Mustafapasa

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Still retaining many pre-WWI features, Mustafapasa gives visitors a glimpse into the Greek life and culture that once existed here.

Mustafapaşa is a belde (town) in Nevsehir Province, Turkey. It had a mixed population - Greeks and Christian Turks constituted the majority of the population and Muslim Turks constituted the rest. Although situated far from the seas Sinasiotes (Greeks from Sinasos) who temporarily migrated to İstanbul, were known to be the traders of seafood and especially caviar. The town is a part of Capadocia, a touristic region of Turkey known for fairy chimneys and medieval rock carved churches. Additionally, Cappadocia Art and History Museum comes highly recommended.
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