The farmer Bahri Orhan, who was working in his field near the town of Tatlarin, accidentally stumbled upon the entrance to the carved in the rocks of the areas.

Constructions belong to the 1st Millennium BC approximately.

Bahri Orhan discovered the entrance to the underground rooms carved in the rocks after inspecting the rock pattern he saw on the field. The police arrived to the place of discovery, then archaeologists came.

The entrance was found at two kilometers North of the already famous underground city in the province of Nevshehir.

Experts of the local Museum are studying the find. After the works initiated by the Directorate of the Museum, the underground city will be available for tourists.

Abandoned underground cities of Cappadocia began to find in the nineteenth century: the French priest father Jerfanion stumbled upon a small hole in the middle of the mountain plain. When he descended into it, he found himself in a colossal underground city that descended several floors and had ventilation shafts, wells, grain storage and pet rooms, presses for making wine, and temples. The population of such a city went up only to cultivate the fields.