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Open Access Resources

Information and images about Byzantine Cappadocia that are free to read or access online.

For information about Travel in Turkey, see the Documenting Cappadocia Zotero Group, especially the Travel (Cappadocia) bibliography.

Find images of Cappadocia in the early 20th century by searching for “Cappadocia” in the Prints & Photographs Online Catalog on the Library of Congress website.

See also the Svetlana Tomekovic Database of Byzantine Art in the Index of Christian Art.

Photographer Heiner Straesser has posted a number of panoramic photos to the 360 Cities website, including a set on Cappadocian cave churches,

Europeana, a database incorporating many of the European Union’s cultural heritage collections, has added a number of Cappadocian monuments to its vast holdings. For instance, a search for “Göreme” yields over 200 results. Note that you do need to use the Turkish spelling (i.e. include the umlaut over the ö). Most of these are recent additions from the Hallensleben collection, provided by the University of Vienna.

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