Kirsehir is a small province (6.665 km2) in Central Anatolian region with approximately 300.000 inhabitants and at 985 meters above sea level. Its districts are Akcakent, Akpinar, Boztepe, Cicekdagi, Kaman, and Mucur. It stands on the Anatolian tectonic fault as most of Anatolia does. It has a typical Central Anatolian climate; cold and snowy winters and hot and dry summers. Some of the sites of interest are Cicekdagi forest recreation area, Terme hot springs, Keci and Omerhacili castle ruins, Caca Bey old theological school (Madrasah ), Kale and Alaeddin mosques, Ahi Evran mosque and mausoleum, Karakurt Baba, Melik Gazi and Asik Pasha mausoleums, KesikkOpru Inn (Caravanserai), and Kirsehir Museum which has more than 3300 items consisting of coins and ethnographic and archaeological materials. Also Mucur Underground City and Inlimurat Underground City are considered as historical sites.