They are the structures on Cilvarda Cape, which consists of steep cliffs with a length of 400 meters, at the tip of the peninsula. Although it is referred to as the “mint” among the people, it is not possible to print money in buildings built of cut stone. One of the 11th century stone structures is a small church, while the others are likely to be used as a monastery. The dome of the small church is standing. There is also a cistern on the rocks. Although there is a road with steps carved into the rocks from the Inner Castle to the group of structures in Cilvarda Cape, the road is unusable today. Leaving the sea is difficult and dangerous. It has an impressive view both when it is watched from the Inner Fortress and when the boat is turning from the sea.

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