Ahi Evran-ı Veli is the founder of the Ahi Order in Anatolia. Ahi Evran, who wrote tefsir (interpretation), hadith, kalam, fiqh and mystical books, was also a versatile scientist who had knowledge in the fields of philosophy, medicine and chemistry.
The table, where the most striking and eye-catching examples of Turkish hospitality are exhibited, is the best example of the value that Anatolian people give to human beings.
Considered the queen of flowers thanks to its fragrance and beauty, the rose's homeland is Anatolia and Central Asia.
The most important thermal springs of Kırşehir, which is very rich in terms of thermal resources, are Terme Thermal, Karakurt Thermal, Bulamaçlı Thermal, and Mahmutlu Thermal.
Kırşehir is rich in folk music and folk instruments. In the region, instruments such as bağlama, violin and darbuka (named ince saz in the region) are common. Drums and zurna are, on the other hand, called kaba instruments.
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Kaman Kalehöyük Archeological Museum and Japanese Garden are located right next to the Kaman Kalehöyük Archeological Museum excavation area.