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Anatolia belongs to the earliest Christian areas. Under the Ottoman sultans it was nearly impossible to build new churches. This changed around 1830 and ended with WW I and the Greek-Turkish peoples exchange in 1923. Since then most of the churches and hundreds of years old Byzantine frescoes are left for destruction.
Agios Nicolaos in Kücükköy (Ilasan) and Agios Vazilios in Konaklı (Misti)
Meryem Ana Kilise in Nevşehir (Neapolis)
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Surp Krikor Lusavoriç in Kayseri, Panagia Kilise in Talas, Agios Basileios in Tavlusun, Hagia Eleni in Mustafapaşa, Ballı and Hançerli
Dikilitaş (Enehil), Derinkuyu (Malakopea), Çarıklı, Cemil (Zalela)
Agios Dimitrios Church in Incesu
Agios Dimitrios Church in Incesu; Kızıl and Yüksek Kilise near Güzelyurt; Armenian Church of Oschki
Çanlı Kilise near Çeltek (Tzeltekon, Moribason)
Armenian Churches Surp Toros in Tavlusun, Surp Stepanos in Germir (Kermira), Surp Stepanos in Efkere and in Develi (Everek)
Hagios Georgios in Nevşehir (Neapolis) and Greek Orthodox Church in Kayabağ (Yanartaş)
Germir (Kermira): Hagia Panagia and Agios Teodoros
12 Apostles Church in Özlüce (Syllata) and Endürlük (Androniki) Kilise
Hagia Makrina in Hasaköy (Axos), Üç Ayak Kilise near Kırşehir (Mokissos) and Timios Stavros near Mustafapaşa (Sinasos)
Agios Georgios near Başköy (Potamia), Church (Mosque) in Başköy and ruin in Güzelöz (Mavrucan)
Agios Eustatios in Güzelöz (Mavrucan) and a ruined church in Suvermez (Floita)