Hasandede also known as Doğan Bey had the Hasandede Mosque and Tomb built in 1605. It has been rehabilitated by Mustafa Efendi in 1777 and Şeyh İbrahim in 1807.
On Dinek Mountain, horses that live in their natural environment are being constantly trained.
Kırıkkale cuisine offers meat and vegetable specialties as well as pastries. The most popular Kırıkkale dishes are kaçak beans, soups, kadayıf and Keskin tava which is registered as geographical indication.
You can stop by Delice Lavender Valley if you would like to smell the embalming scent of lavenders used both in medicine, and in cosmetics and perfumery.
Keskin and Kırşehir constitute the epicentre of the Central Anatolian Folk Music inherited from “abdal” culture.
10 vibes for Kırıkkale
Kırşehir and Keskin regions’ folk dances accompanied by davul & zurna, are inherited from “abdal” culture, and especially performed in feasts and weddings.