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"The Unique Multilingual Site of Beypazari"

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First Settlement Area of Beypazari

Inozu Valley is one of the most important 184 natural bird area. According to the numbers given by Association of Nature, 100 bird and 60 butterfly species live all together in the valley. Most of them are endangered species. Black stork (Ciconia nigra), Lanner Falcon (Falco biarmicus), Black Kite (Milvus migrans), Raven, Blue Rock Thrush (Monticola solitarius) are some species seen on Inozu Valley.

Inozu Valley is also an important archeological area. Beypazari takes the first name "Lagania (the country on the peak of the rocks)" from the high steep rocks of the valley. It is thought that Luwi, Hittites, Phyrgians lived in that region. We know that Phyrigians have important treasures in Ankara, so Beypazari may be an important center for them. The caves, these civilizations used as living place, were used as monastries in Roman times. Throughout the years Beypazari became a center of episcopacy.


Now, Inozu Valley became an area in which there are many summer residences. Even there is a different architecture special for these houses. There are some vine yards and Beypazari is famous for its vine leaves.  In addition to that, you can eat traditional foods in 5 garden style restaurants.

While passing through the valley, the structures and places to see are The Cupola, of Bogazkesen, The Tomb of Seven Dervishes, Sabagoz Valley.






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