A charming snow trip in Cappadocia Turkey
The Cappadocia area, surrounded by its white fringes, is a breathtaking sight of breathtaking beauty and splendor. If you have a plan for a warm and exciting winter trip, away from the hustle and bustle of cities, your station is definitely Cappadocia.
The region of Cappadocia, located in the state of Nushheir, in the center of Turkey, is one of the most important historical sights. It has a beautiful natural view that draws visitors and visitors, especially during winter.
- "The chimneys of the sprites, which are about 40 meters high, are wearing their white robe after the snow fell on the towns of Goreme, Urgup, Och Siege, and Zilweh, which belongs to the state of Nushheir, central Turkey.
Tourists flock to the area to visit the historical site of Cevizli, inside the Uçhisar Castle, the most visited of the region's most famous natural skyscrapers, in their tour of the region despite the cold weather and snowfall.
Cappadocia, one of the most beautiful landscapes in the world, is housed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
The most famous is the so-called "Devil's Table", a vertical rock transformed by erosion into a giant mushroom that looks like a mushroom's.
The area is also famous for its natural carvings known as Peri Bacaları, the natural skyscrapers, rock caves, and its houses and carved hotels inside the caves.
Where tourists take photographs of souvenirs in front of the chimneys of the sprites, after she wore her white suit.
The snowfall over the famous landmarks of Cappadocia, such as the Devil's Table, and the rock-carved churches, add another beauty to the city.
Cappadocia, known as the "charming land" of Turkey, is famous for its charming, picturesque, dazzling landscapes. The words stand helpless, and its beauty is enhanced by historic castles and limestone columns called "the charming columns" that have been standing for hundreds of years.
This area is a world-famous tourist destination, with many geological, historical and unique cultural scenes.
The area is located to the south-west of the Greater Kayseri, which provides passengers with air connections at their airports, land connections at their stations, and connections to Ankara and Istanbul.
The tourist and visitor can also walk around their underground cities, including stables and cellars. These cities are connected by narrow passages built by ancient inhabitants, so they can move freely, away from their winding roads.
The large, hot-air balloon is one of the activities that attracts tourists in Cappadocia and is available in Goreme. Tourists also travel in the Ehalara valley, the valley of the monastery (Gozliort), Urgup and Goreme. Visitors to Cappadocia also see it as the best models Selected from Seljuk and Ottoman architecture.
Among the buildings that are worth visiting are the Beggar Lighthouse, Alay Khan, Sultan Khani, the Chiquin Pasha Mosque in Urgup, the Sangur Bey Mosque and Alauddin in Naada. To explore this mysterious province, to see the harmony of people and nature, a tourist should visit Urgup, The Ragged Siege, Avanos, Korama, Javushin and Ortasar.
He built his houses in these formations, and he built houses in caves, as well as built his churches in the depths, where they appeared in the formations as if they were built inside the chimneys, which made the civilization of "Cappadocia Known as the Chimney of Angels to the present day.
The area of Cappadocia has been inhabited since the Stone Age, bordered to the north by the Kzlermek River, to the east by the Green Siege, to the south by the Hassan Mountains, to Malandas, to the west by Akkaria and to the northwest by the town of Kher Shahir.
Cappadocia was filled with life, when the escapees from the Romans invaded it from the Christians of the Mediterranean basin. They surrounded it with underground cities, basements, labyrinths and houses on the high rocky mountains. It became a great example between nature and man, Cappadocia.
(Rock churches, underground cities, rock castles, valleys and rocky mazes). Cappadocia is located in central Anatolia (central Turkey), 276 km from Ankara, and Istanbul is 730 km from Istanbul. The nearest airport is Kayseri city airport, which is 80 km (hour by bus)
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