Mystical Cappadocia Offers Enjoyment Above and Under Mountain Rocks

In many places nature has not spared its generosity, drawn quite unique landscapes, raised spectacular mountains, forming a deep, clean rivers and lakes, gave sparkle to numerous waterfalls, caves, fields and valleys. It is true that some areas are formed by the magic hand of Mother Nature. Area filled with unusual forms of rocks and peaks are only part of combination of natural perfection. If there is a tale of magical land built of clay, probably would look just like Cappadocia.

Cappadocia is famous for great archaeological sites and it brings to this place even more attendance by tourists. This combination of regards natural beauty and historic localities can best be viewed from high, flying with balloon. It is one more new experience that will not remain you indifferent.

Image by Moyan Brenn via Flickr

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Image by Moyan Brenn via Flickr

Cappadocia is an area located in central Anatolia, Turkey and at the same time is bordering with Taurus at south, with the Euphrates at the east, to the west by Lycaonia and with the Black Sea on the north. This place began to form 60 million years ago when volcanic layer of lava and ash covered the mountain and formed rock formations called fairy chimneys. Now it is crowded with beautiful rocks with unusual shapes that will delight at first sight. Various natural forms look like they are the result of human imagination. Inactive volcano is true wonder of the world, which attracts tourists from everywhere.

Image by Moyan Brenn via Flickr

Image by Moyan Brenn via Flickr

Image by Moyan Brenn via Flickr

Over the time, in those cliffs people have built houses, churches, monasteries and underground cities. In Cappadocia, the most beautiful city is Goreme, while the most famous underground city is Derinkuyu. The view of these unusual structures gives the impression of something magical and mystical. In Cappadocia, also is located the longest Turkish river called the Red River. Now some prehistoric buildings are renovated and converted into hotels because of the large number of visitors who come to see this fascinating beauty.

Image by Moyan Brenn via Flickr

Image by Moyan Brenn via Flickr

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