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Mount Erciyes is the highest mountain of Central Anatolia. Being an extinct stratovolcano (or, composite volcano), Erciyes is a mountain mass that rises instantly by the highlands located 25 km southwest of Kayseri city downtown. Its summit resembles a dome from a remote point of sight. It has two summits. This massive old mountain-like dome was also referred to as the holy Mountain Cytrosps in early history. The Great Erciyes (which means Lamb Crib) summit has an elevation of 3917 meters. Small Erciyes submit is 3703 high from reference ground. The Erciyes mountain mass covers a surface of 3800 square kilometers in a diameter of 72 km. At an altitude of 2150 on Mount Erciyes nested is the Erciyes Ski Resort. Fairy Chimneys were formed as a result of eruption of Mount Erciyes. Erciyes Ski Resort is a winter sports facility established on Mount Erciyes, which is 25 km far from Kayseri city centrum and has an elevation of 3917 m measured with reference to ground. The Ski Resort itself is located in an altitude range of 1800 to 3000 meters.