Sunday, May 9, 2021

The Beauty and Stories of Turkish Cappadocia

Cappadocia is a historic area in Central Anatolia, especially in the province of Nevşehir in modern Turkey.

In Herodotus' time, Cappadocia reportedly covered the entire area from the Taurus Mountains to the Euxine region (on the Black Sea), with the southern boundary of the Taurus mountain range separating it from Cilicia, the eastern boundary of the Euphrates River and the Armenian plateau, the northern boundary of Pontus, and the western boundary. Lycaonia as well as eastern Galatia.

This name has been traditionally used in Christian sources throughout history and is still widely used as a concept for international tourism in Turkey to define an area of ​​natural wonders, in particular "fairy chimneys" and the unique cultural heritage of Anatolia and Turkey.

Cappadocia is also mentioned in the Christian Bible, among others, in Acts 2: 9 as one of the areas where the group heard the gospel message at Pentecost shortly after the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Cappadocia is famous for its unique landscape that looks like the surface of the moon, underground cities, cave churches, and stone houses. The area is included in the Goreme National Park. Since 1985, the site and other rock sites have been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Apart from that, Cappadocia also has Derinkuyu Underground City, Kaymaklı Underground City, Karlik Church, Theodore Church, Karain Columbaries, and Soğanlı Archaeological Site. The Cappadocian region is located in Central Anatolia, Nevşehir Province, Turkey with unique valleys, canyons and rock formations formed by rain and winds that eroded its surface thousands of years ago, a land covered in lava.

It's incomplete if a visit to Turkey doesn't take the time to ride a hot air balloon. This hot air balloon is one of the most amazing attractions for tourists. They could see the beauty of the city as well as the rocks and stone fairy chimney formations from the sky.

This hot air balloon was first flown in Cappadocia by the British in 1989.

At that time, however, tourists had to pay thousands of dollars to enjoy the sights of Cappadocia from a hot air balloon, because of their high operating costs and no competition.

The country which is led by Recep Tayyip Erdogan has a lot of beauty in every region. However, the beauty that Cappadocia possessed was one that many other regions of Turkey or even the rest of the world did not. Rock churches and underground tunnel complexes from the Byzantine and Islamic eras are scattered throughout the countryside.

The city of Cappadocia is a favorite destination in Turkey, offering its distinctive natural beauty of the rocks and exciting experiences that will make you want to come back there again. Cappadocia is one of the most visited cities in Turkey, attracting many tourists from all over the world to try out its exciting attractions and panoramic views of its natural beauty. So don't miss the City of Cappadocia when you have the chance to travel to Turkey. Cappadocia is a must-have area on your visit list if you are traveling to Turkey.


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