Cappadocia (Kapadokya)

A region in central Anatolia which prior to 1923 consisted of approximately 50,000 Greeks in 74 Greek communities (47 of which were Turcophone and 27 Grecophone).
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The church of Saint Theodore, Malakopi, Cappadocia (1924).

The church of Saint Theodore, Malakopi, Cappadocia (1924).

Nevsehir, Cappadocia

Nevsehir, Cappadocia

Cappadocia (Kapadokya)

Cappadocia (Kapadokya)

Cappadocia (Kapadokya)

Cappadocia (Kapadokya)

Cappadocia (Kapadokya)

Cappadocia (Kapadokya)

Cappadocia (Kapadokya)

Cappadocia (Kapadokya)

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The athletic group ΑΡΓΑΙΟΣ from the Religious School of Caesarea in Cappadocia, c1907-08. Αργαίος (or Erciyes) is the name of the tallest mountain in the region, its summit reaching some 4,000m above sea level. Caesarea (today Kayseri) was historically known as Mazana, Mazaka and Eeusebia. Prior to the genocide, Caesarea was made up of some 4,500 Christian Greeks (~5% of the population).

The athletic group ΑΡΓΑΙΟΣ from the Religious School of Caesarea in Cappadocia, c1907-08. Αργαίος (or Erciyes) is the name of the tallest mountain in the region, its summit reaching some 4,000m above sea level. Caesarea (today Kayseri) was historically known as Mazana, Mazaka and Eeusebia. Prior to the genocide, Caesarea was made up of some 4,500 Christian Greeks (~5% of the population).

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