Sobesos Ancient City Sobesos Ancient City lies on the outskirts of Sahinefendi Village, one of Cappadocia's many settlements. It was discovered by treasure hunters in 2002 and is considered the only Roman Ancient city in the region. Located on the route to Soganli Valley, visitors often stop by to explore this historical gem. The site has yielded the remains of several significant Roman structures, including the Roman Bath, Agora, Basilica, and Bouleterion. Unfortunately, due to a lack of government funding, archaeologists are only able to explore the city for three months every two years. The Roman Bath section boasts a hypocaust system that provided in-floor heating and central heating. Next to the bath house is the outdoor marketplace known as the "Agora," where basic goods such as fruit, vegetables, and clothing were sold. The Bouleterion was a stone-rendered, square-shaped building that served a similar function to our modern-day legislature. It is considered one of the best examples of such a building in Cappadocia. The Basilica's mosaic depicting cross symbols remains unrivaled in terms of the quality of mosaics found in the region. The graveyard encircles the basilica, and some of the corpses are displayed in nearby churches, such as the Goreme Open Air Museum. Sobesos Ancient City offers visitors a glimpse into Cappadocia's rich Roman history and is a must-visit for those interested in ancient civilizations.