Hacibektasi Veli Museum

The Muslim mystic Hacibektasi Veli built his complex in Nevsehir in the thirteenth century and remained there for the rest of his life. After being restored between 1957 and 1964, the complex was later opened as an ethnographic museum. It is Turkey's eighth-most visited museum and has been included on Unesco's Tentative List of World Heritage Sites since 2012. The collection and the building are both worth seeing.