Treasures some unique manuscripts, including the work of Guillaume de Jerphanion, a French art historian, who had spent most of his life in the Cappadocia caves, copying frescos, designs and texts, measuring floors and pillars, all which he recorded in a large, handwritten volume, illustrated by himself. Scholars and authors are permitted to study this invaluable work.

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