A historic Turkish city where cultural and natural beauties merge harmoniously in the heart of Anatolia. Sivas is the second largest province in Turkey in terms of land size. The first settlements in Sivas are located between the three valleys formed by Kızılırmak, Yesilirmak, and Euphrates River, and the remains date back to around 6000BC. This ancient city, which has hosted many civilizations in history, became the capital of the Seljuk State in 1220 and kept built many monumental public buildings during the Ottoman Turks. The central part of Sivas itself look like an ancient open-air museums from its Turkish past to the visitors.