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Visiting this museum complex was truly a special experience. Please read about the history and... read more

Reviewed 21 December 2017
Helena B
Cape Town Central, South Africa
The philosophy of Bektasi is worth visiting

Give education to women, Control on your tongue, hands and waist, The greatest book to read is... read more

Reviewed 26 June 2017
Serçin K
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Reviewed 21 December 2017

Visiting this museum complex was truly a special experience. Please read about the history and thoughts of this leader of the Bektasi order before you visit as it will give you a better feeling for the museum. This tranquil complex is beautiful and the displays...More

Thank Helena B
Reviewed 26 June 2017 via mobile

Give education to women, Control on your tongue, hands and waist, The greatest book to read is man himself, Honesty is the door of a friend, Being a teacher is to give, not to take, The universe is for man, and man for the universe,...More

1  Thank Serçin K
Reviewed 3 June 2017

It is a wonderful museum displaying life and philosophy of this well known interesting person. Museum is a not only worth visiting, but people should understand the thoughts of this philosopher.

1  Thank OzanKarahan
Reviewed 13 June 2016 via mobile

I've been here with my family at least 3 times during festival times, it's a must to see, free entrance to public. The place have education and religious history.

Thank Gulsen A
Reviewed 14 May 2016

Great opportunity to visit a very different type of attraction in the Cappadocia Region. That said, it is not a typical tourist attraction and falls more into the category of pilgrimage. That said, there is a museum and the tomb of Haci Bektas is not...More

Thank Richard B
Reviewed 19 November 2015

I keep thinking about the architecture of the place, and how it reflects the spiritual journey of the Sufi. I've made it a personal mission to visit as many of the great spiritual or religious sites of the globe that I can muster before I...More

1  Thank Bryan H
Reviewed 25 September 2015 via mobile

Very nice museum and turbe full of positive energy Nice architecture and simplicity of dervish life with understanding of being good person with principles Must read the motto of bektash order and think about them. Very good for the sake of your soul and understanding...More

1  Thank Proconesus
Reviewed 6 November 2014

If you have a chance stop at Hacibektas,you will be amaze of that part of Turkey rich of history and there is a lot that you can find out this really wise man in islam,history what a great man,he does believe of woman's freedom and...More

1  Thank Sorayah P
Reviewed 15 October 2014

One of the great Islamic philosopher Haci Bektas Veli, found a great contribution to the spread of Islam is an important person. Located in the district of Nevşehir Hacıbektaş both Alevi and Sunni shrine is visited by Muslims. Here, the resting place of Haci Bektas...More

1  Thank Thunderus L
Reviewed 8 December 2012

a different area from Cappadocia you can not see any fairy-chimmneys or any valleys if have more than a few days you can go.

Thank Denny-Christian
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