Unlike the Grameen Open-air Museum, the Jilvi Open-air Museum has many amazing churches and murals, but the towering canyons and rock pillars here are well worth hiking. The Museum consists of three hiking valleys. Numbers one and two are only a few hundred meters'hiking distance. Number three is 1.5 kilometers' hiking distance. But for hikers, the road is completely stress-free. It is said that more than 60 years ago there were still people living here. The old mill in No. 1 Valley was also a microcosm of the village life at that time. For Chinese people, such mills were not new. In the church behind the mill, there are still some remaining coloured murals in the doorway.
When the Apostle Saint Paul came to Cappadocia in the 4th century, he believed that Greime's precipitous and peculiar environment was suitable for training missionaries. He opened seminaries here one after another and left behind more than 30 cave churches, such as Dark Church, Apple Church, Button Church, Snake Church, Saint Barbara Church, and numerous cave dwellings.
It is said that open-air museums, such natural sites, the world will only be fewer and fewer.
It's most famous because it used to be a Star Wars attraction, and the surrounding scenery is full of mysterious feelings.
One of the scenic spots on the red line. Anyway, I remember that time in Gramey, that is, the endless Stone Hill, all kinds of stones, if you ask me where I am, in fact, I can not remember, but when I see my photos, I still feel that the scenery is quite shocking, it is worth seeing.
It's a very interesting museum. You can still visit it when you have time.