Ulu Mosque (Karamanoğlu Mosque, Center): It is written on the inscription of the mosque on an accumulated hill that it was constructed to Architecture Mehmet Firuz Bey by Karamanoğlu Mehmet Bey between 1408 and 1409. Most important characteristic of the mosque which is a typical piece of Karamanoğlu art is its minbar(pulpit beside the mihrab reached by a long, straight flight of steps), which is constructed from ebony, as one of the master piece of art of wood of Seljuk period.

Eğri Minaret (Red Minaret, Center): It belongs to Seljuk period, and thought to be constructed between 1221 and 1236. It is also known as Red Minaret as it is made up of red bricks.

Taptuk Emre Village and Monument (Taptuk Emre Village): 20 kilometers north of the province of Aksaray, the village was founded on the skirts of small Ekecik Mount, and mentioned that it was belonged to Taptuk Emre. There are mosque and monument, at the most upper part of the skirts of the mountain.

A sarcophagus was placed on the grave of the Taptuk Emre without damaging it Yunus Emre Mausoleum (Ortaköy - Reşadiye Village): It is within Reşadiye village 20 kilometers from the province center of Ortaköy, Aksaray. The hill on which mausoleum is present, is also known as a hill of visit (ziyaret tepesi) by people.

Kaya Mosque (Güzelyurt): It is in the Güzelyurt province center. It is thought to be remained from 14th century.

Selime Sultan Mausoleum (Selime Village): Mausoleum within Selime village reflects the early period characteristics in connection with both architecture and decoration. Rocks and bricks were embellished on within the other. It is dating back to the beginning of 8th century according to its architectural style and materials.

Church Mosque (Saint Gregorius Church) (Güzelyurt): It is in Güzelyurt province center reflecting the pieces of art of Chirstianity period , and has a great importance for Orthodox society. It is constructed in 385 A. D. inspired from the shape of the close cross. The church which is modified with various additions and repairs, then turned into a mosque with converting its bell tower into a minaret.

Saint Anargiros Church (Güzelyurt): It is in the Güzelyurt province center. Closed cross planned church, was constructed with fully engraving into rock including its domes and columns. Church was finally repaired in 1884. It is understood from the date 1887 on its dome that it was constructed three years after repair of the frescos. There are people who coming for pilgrimage from Vatican city today. On November,1 which is the religious day of Saint Anargiros, patients are praying till to morning with organizing a great ceremony in the church.

Saint Georges Church (Kırkdamaltı Church, Belisırma): It is the highest church in the region, and thought to be constructed in between 1283 and 1295. An inscription encircle all over the church. All subjects narrated in the Holy Bible and a picture of Seljuk Sultan, 2nd Mesud are depicted on the fresco of the church.

Selime Cathedral (Selime): There are two lined columns within the cathedral, which is on a high place engraved into rocks. These columns are separating cathedral into three landing stairs.

Castle Monastery Church (Selime): It is one of the biggest religious organizations in Cappadocia. Monastery is dating between 8th and 14th century or 10th century, and figured frescos within the church are dating between the end of 10th and beginning of 11th century. There are illustrations such as the depiction of Jesus Christ rising to the sky, Herald and Virgin Mary.

Yüksek Church (Center): The church, which is also known as monastery , is a stone masonry on steep rocks. It is about three kilometers away from city center.

Kızıl Church (Sivrihisar): It took the name Kızıl Church as it is made up of red cut stone. Church is dated back to 5th-6th century.
Sivişli Church (Güzelyurt): This is a rock engraved church within the borough. Portraits of Jesus Christ and Virgin Mary in the middle and Apostles on the sides of the dome are present.

Antique Nora Viranşehir (Helvandere Borough): This small town is 30 kilometers away from south of Aksaray, which is at the skirts of Mount Hasan, had been settled since Roman and Byzantium period. There are lots of churches within the town, which preserve their importance during Roman and Byzantium periods, today. Structures that have erected still belong to Byzantium period. Although these churches are partially demolished, various frescos are still draw attention.

Ağaçaltı Church (Daniel, Pantanossa, Ihlara): It is within Ihlara Valley, at the south side of entrance stairs of the valley. On the frescos, there are illustrations of Revelation, Visit and Birth, Escape to Egypt, baptism of Jesus Christ and death of Virgin Mary. And scene of ascend to sky is present on the dome.

Pürenli Seki Church (Ihlara):
It is composed of four parts engraved on rock. There are graves on Narteks ground. Frescos are dated between the beginning of 10th century and 12th century. Its pictures illustrate various scenes from Holy Bible and childhood of Jesus Christ such as Prophecy of the Prophets, Virgin Mary and Bishops, Herald, Visit and Worship of the Shepherds.

Kokar Church (Ihlara): Subject matters on the frescos dated to the end of 9th century or second half of 11th century are very rich. The descriptions as to the Last Supper, Crucifixion, Burial of the Messiah, Ascending to Sky, Duties of the Apostles sometimes reflect an integrity subject matter,which is very interesting. Adornments within two grave chambers of the church are the first samples made with red paint.

Eğritaş Church (Ihlara): It is mentioned within an inscription on the east wall that the Church, understood as one of the oldest structures of the valley and a huge temple was devoted to Virgin Mary. Though damaged, the frescos on which the descriptions of Jesus Christ sitting between two angels, Virgin Mary between two angels and six bishops, dream of the Prophet Joseph, Escape to Egypt, Baptism, Entrance to Jerusalem still draws attention with its very colorful and live drawing.

Sümbüllü Church (Ihlara): The monastery places are engraved into rock mass as two layers. There are pictures of Virgin Mary between Archangel Michael and Gabriel, Jesus Christ and three Hebrew juveniles in the oven as well as saints.

Yılanlı Church (Ihlara): Narrow cross branches at north and south is surrounding the central place adorned with an embroidered cross on its ceiling. There are pictures such as Crucified Jesus Christ, Entrance to Jerusalem, Burial of the Egyptian Virgin Mary, Visit.

Bahattin Samanlığı Church (Belisırma): It is a church with a single corridor. One alcove like dome engraved on north - and west - side walls, and three alcoves like domes engraved on south wall form the ceiling with the shape of a cradle.

Direkli Church (Belisırma): One can reach the monuments of the priests and residants of the staff of the church through the door within the church. There are pictures as two lines on the columns over church. Inscriptions can be seen at both sides of Saints and Apostles. It is a monastery church dating back to 11th and 13th centuries.

Ala Church (Belisırma): It is a church engraved on rocks at the east side of the valley and north of the village. It was constructed after Christianity had been set free. There are pictures of Saints and Apostles on the upper part of its front side. There are pictures of Birth, Anastasis, Entrance to Jerusalem, Egypt, Sanctification of Virgin Mary.

Karagedik Church (Belisırma): It is established on a hill covered with grass leaning against a steep rock. It is a big church constructed in 11th Byzantium style, and it reminds the Çanlı( With Bell) Church.