The first inhabitants of Cappadocia during the Stone Age

The reason of Cappadocia’s importance is not only the natural formations. Rocks formed by tufa stone can easily worked up. Because of that they call attention of people. Archeological findings showed that Cappadocia is the settlement place from prehistoric period up to today. The foundlings from Paleolithic Age in Cappadocia prehistoria major on Neolithic Age (8000-5500 BC) and Bronze Age (3000-1200 BC). The works of art, belong to prehistoric period and excavated out of the mounds of the region, are being exhibited in local museums. Most of the excavation areas are not visually attractive. But, the foundlings belong to this period have an important place in the name of Anatolian archeology and history.