Turkey’s natural wonders in Cappadocia

The Turkish town of Cappadocia is situated in an amazing position between the Taurus Mountains, which surrounds it from all sides. This Turkish town, situated between Ankara, Sivas, Konya and Maltia and surrounded by the Taurus Mountains, gives its imaginative imagination a glimpse of what it can be.
Getting to Cabudia at sunset gives the visitor wonderful moments that can only be lived in Cappadocia.
Its name is known at the end of the 6th century BC, meaning “the land of beautiful horses.” It is known for its breeding of horses, especially the period of war. The population depends on agriculture and tourism. The center of attraction in Cappadocia is reflected in the natural, geological, historical and cultural monuments. The city is characterized by its volcanic rocks and ancient houses submerged underground. They are not just homes but the largest underground city in the world.
One of the most beautiful natural phenomena is the phenomenon of the natural mountain chimneys, which dazzled tourists and visitors, and nearby volcanic peaks, exploded millions of years ago. The limestone was precipitated. Sedimentary rocks were formed in the lakes and waterways. The limestone and stone columns were formed in the area of ​​Goreim. In the form of beacons, and called the columns charming of the magnificence of the landscape, and discovered the inhabitants of the area that the lime easy material to dig, they took to carve for themselves houses, caves, palaces and churches, such as the church “Joseph Kog” and “Arutakhana,” to be the most beautiful tourist scenes and archaeological ” Urgup, Goose Leort, Og Siege, As well as “Goreme”.
Some of the caves in Cappadocia have been converted into museums, while other caves have been lodged to date, some have been converted into hotels that welcome visitors from all over the world, but Cappadocia is listed as a World Cultural and Natural Heritage Site.
The city will undoubtedly astonish you. It has more than a thousand underground rooms at a depth of up to 40 meters, with layers ranging from 18 to 20 layers, and there are only 8 layers open to visitors in the current period.