“Phyrygian Rock Monuments”, which are among the most important works belonging to Phrygians, are located in the region, which s called Phrygians, are located in the region, which is called Phyrygian Valley between Eskisehir and Afyonkarahisar provinces. There are a lot of works caved in rocks in the city of Midas, in the vicinity of Eskisehir. The most important opus here is an outdoor temple, which is actually, constructed for goddes Cybele and Called Midas Monumen, or Written Rock. Besides Midas city, Sümbüllü Monument, Yılantaş Monument, Aslankaya Monument (Cybele Outdoor Temple), “Aslantaş” lion reliefs, Maltaş Monument, Kapıkaya Monument are some of the other monuments. Furthermore, there are a lot of roc tombs caved in rocks, churches, houses etc. belonging to various periods and fairy chimneys, constituted by the nature, in Phyrgian Valley. Collections, containing extremely rich archaeological and ethnographic works, belonging to various periods, are exhibited in Eskisehir Museum and especially Afyonkarahisar Archaeological Museum and Afyonkarahisar Turkish and Islamic Arts Musuem.