Rock-cut Church of Karanlik

Rock-cut Church of Karanlik-Turkey-photos

Name:  Rock-cut Church of Karanlik

Place:  Goreme Open-Air Museum, Turkey

View:  The many churches in the area were created by digging out the soft volcanic tuff.  This photo shows the View up to the upper entrance hall of the rock-cut church of Karanlik, comprising two domical vaults linked by a short barrel-vaulted passage.

Date:  c. 7th – 11th centuries

Architects:  Unknown

Style or Period:  Early Christian influences.

Catalogue No.  ZT0668

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