Cappadocia (Kapadokya)

Cappadocia, inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List and located near to Nevsehir, was formed by layers of lava that volcanoes had spewed around 60 million years ago. The region, settled during the Paleolithic era for the first time, became the epitome of Christianity in the Roman period. 
Cappadocia, inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List and located near to Nevsehir, was formed by layers of lava that volcanoes had spewed around 60 million years ago. The region, settled during the Paleolithic era for the first time, became the epitome of Christianity in the Roman period. The houses and churches carved into the rocks served as shelter as well as education and cultural centers for Christians who fled from the persecution of the Romans. Nature enthusiasts may explore the exquisite natural landscape and behold the harmony of history and natural beauty by joining a balloon tour at sunrise.
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