Meya Caves The Meya caves, located in the eastern region, hold significant historical value with their various structures and ancient artifacts. Among the caves are shelters, temples, sanctuaries, and rooms that provide evidence of human settlement for centuries. Sculptures with horse motifs were discovered beside water channels, while ram sculptures were found inside churches that were carved into the rocks. The ruins around these cave paintings are from different civilizations, including the Roman era and the Seljuk Period culture. Exploring this site is a must, as it showcases traces of different beliefs and cultures. Stone sculptures featuring horse, ram, and sheep motifs have also been uncovered next to tombs and church ruins, which have been under excavation since 2007. Although it was not open to the public until 2011 due to security reasons, visitors can now admire this rich cultural heritage.