کایماکلی زیر زمین شہر

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کایماکلی زیر زمین شہر

کایماکلی زیر زمین شہر (انگریزی: Kaymakli Underground City) وسطی اناطولیہ علاقہ، ترکی میں کایماکلی فلعے میں زیر زمین مقامات ہیں۔ [1] یہ نو شہر سے 19 کلومیٹر کے فاصلے پر ایک گاؤں ہے جسے سیاحوں کے لیے 1964ء میں کھولا گیا۔

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  1. Peter Mackridge,"Some Pamphlets on Dead Greek Dialects': R.M. Dawkins and Modern Greek Dialectology", 1990. p. 205. "Anyone who attempts to find the Greek villages of Cappadocia today, either on the map or on the ground, is first faced by the problem that their names have been obliterated, a chauvinistic practice not only prevalent in modern Turkey, but practiced in Greece as well. Visitors to the so-called 'underground cities' at Kaymakli and Derinkuyu have difficulty in ascertaining that until 1923 they were called Anaku and Malakopi respectively (the latter being the Μαλακοπαία of Theophanes. Once located, however, these villages bear obvious traces of their Greek Christian past in the shape of sizable churches (some of which have been converted into mosques and are therefore well preserved, but with their frescoes covered with whitewash), and a number of rather elegant houses, whose Greekness is betrayed only by the initials and dates (usually about ten years before the 1923 exchange of populations."