Cappadocia is a place where natural beauties are blended with a miraculous view The interesting structure of the region offers you more beauty underground than on the ground. Cappadocia is such an interesting settlement that even today new underground cities are discovered and it does not end with solving secrets. From the unique view of its balloons, the magnificent and distinctive stance of the fairy chimneys to the interesting textures of underground cities, this is a true fairy tale city. While exploring
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Cappadocia Tourist Attractions Places
After these structures, which are like the summary of the region, you can reach the lives in the deep pits of Ihlara Valley, the giant fairy chimneys of Pasabag (Pashabakh), and the bitter story of the Three Beauties. If you want to examine an example of mansions, you should not go without stopping by the famous Asmalı Konak.
What to See in Goreme Urgup
Goreme National Park, Goreme Open-Air Museum, Fairy Chimneys, Love Valley, Pigeon Valley, (Best place to watch Sunset) Güllüdere Valley, Zemi Valley, Kılıçlar Valley, Kızılçukur Valley, Mazi (Thuja) Underground City, Fairy Chimneys, Cave home, and hotels.
Derinkuyu and Kaymaklı underground cities will be ready to welcome you with their underground treasures as well as their aboveground beauties. Guvercinlik (pigeon house) valley will make you feel the historical texture and allow you to enter a mystical atmosphere. If you want to scan the region with a bird's eye view and dominate the views, you should not return without a balloon tour.
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Interesting Facts About The Fairy Chimneys
The fairy chimneys, which are called Peribacaları in the Turkish language, are the magnificent ruins of the Cappadocia region, which has been home to many civilizations since the Bronze Age, and whose effects are seen as many caves, churches, monasteries, and retreats. Underground cities were built in tuffy rocks in the lower part of the Urgup formation, known as the Poplar tuffs in the early Christian period. Some of these underground structures are at least 1500 years old. Therefore, while many historians are constantly investigating the impact of these underground structures on civilization, engineers continue to study the engineering properties of these extraordinary materials for construction material purposes.
They are places with high thermal insulation of underground structures. It is known that the tuffs found in Urgup are superior to all other food storage systems in terms of food storage and long-term durability.
Where Are The Fairy Chimneys in Turkey?
A large part of the fairy chimneys, located in the Central Anatolia Region, Nevsehir in Cappadocia district, 7 kilometers from the city center. There are fairy chimneys in many parts of Nevsehir, but the most common and oldest fairy chimneys are available in Cappadocia. The Cappadocia region has spread to the provinces of Kırsehir, Nigde, Aksaray, and Kayseri, especially Nevsehir.
When we say Nevşehir is Cappadocia is the first thing that comes to mind without a doubt. The city is visited by 2 million tourists annually, it is one of Turkey's most popular tourist attractions.
How Were Fairy Chimneys Formed?
Nevsehir is an attractive city with its world-famous Fairy Chimneys and dozens of sightseeing spots in the region of Cappadocia. Fairy chimneys according to the estimation and geological information, the region of Cappadocia and its fairy chimneys are thought to have formed from lava and ashes which were sprayed by Erciyes, Hasandagı, and Gulludag 60 million years ago.
Today, the region we call Cappadocia covers Aksaray, Nevsehir, Nigde, Kırşehir and Kayseri provinces. Among these borders, Avanos, Urgup, Goreme, Uchisar, and Ihlara surroundings are known as the "Rocky Cappadocia Region ''. In addition, Christians fleeing the persecution of Rome, began to take refuge in the inaccessible borders of Cappadocia.
Finding the easiest carving of soft volcanic tuff, expanding the natural caves and connecting them together, building shelter places where these people desperately seek peace and security, they created underground cities, houses, churches, and monasteries which are among the most visited places today.