There is more to Cappadocia than its ancient history. “There are many above-ground buildings created in fantastical shapes from monasteries to mausoleums to today’s bed and breakfasts. What made both the underground cities and above-ground ‘buildings’ possible is the geology of the place. Its soft volcanic tuff was shaped by erosion and wind into demiurgic shapes. It’s a fairytale land best seen with child-like eyes.” [Excerpts from Voice of a Voyage]
In this case I’ll let the photos speak for themselves as it truly is a magical place.
Wayne on the 2nd floor of one that’s inhabited.