Taking a trip to Cappadocia, Turkey is like stepping into a dream world, thanks to its magical landscape. It’s a place known for its breathtaking rock formations, which are whimsically referred to as fairy chimneys. The volcanic eruptions of thousands of years ago led to these peculiar and fascinating formations, which today are the home of residents, as well as boutique hotels and other tourist hotspots.
Another must see in the city are the ancient underground settlements, where tens of thousands of Christian residents once sought refuge from Romans and Muslims. A visit to Cappadocia allows you to revel in its unique and enchanting landscape and history.
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