Cappadocia's historical and natural wealth has been transformed into art by the people of the region throughout the ages. The legacy of this natural and cultural heritage occupies an important place in the struggles of the people of Cappadocia. In addition to keeping cultural heritage alive, handicraft pottery, carpet (rug) weaving, handmade doll production and onyx stone processing are also an economic return. The history of pottery in Cappadocia dates back to the Hittites. Carpet weaving is most common in Ürgüp and Avanos, while rug weaving is common in Kozaklı and Gülşehir. There are varieties of woven products such as carpet and carpet, cedar and sofa cover, pillow carpet and prayer rug. Cappadocia’s hand-made famous babies (crafts for kids) made in Soğanlı Village. Stones have had a great influence on the daily life of Cappadocia. Another area where stone is used outside of residence, place of worship, architecture is the production of ornaments. The onyx stone, which is especially dense around Hacıbektaş, is yellow, pink, red and white.