Cappadocia Turkey – Ancient Cavusin Village – Photo a day, July 10 – Turkey Travel Photography


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Cappadocia Turkey is one of the most incredible places I have ever been. Alien geography looks right out of a science fiction novel and the history extends far back into the earliest years of Christianity. Byzantine monks carved rock cut tombs out of the soft stone, filling them with frescoes and iconography of the most brilliant kind. Pictured above is the ancient Cavusin Village outside Goreme, Cappadocia.

People from all over the world visit the Cappadocia region of Turkey in order to see the stunning, yet alien geological features carved out of the sandstone by wind, rain and thousands of years. Enjoy more of my photos from the Cappadocia region of Turkey.

Visit all my posts from England, Wales and Scotland and Turkey. Enjoy my YouTube travel series where I visit Great Britain and Turkey. Like me on Facebook or follow me on Twitter.

Welcome photo lovers, travel enthusiasts and fellow bloggers to Traveling with Krushworth. Much as there are my photos from Great Britain, Cambodia and Turkey, follow me across Great Britain and Turkey with my YouTube travel show Traveling with Krushworth Happy travels! The Cappadocia episode is to your left.

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