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... as quickly as Possible and I hope you enjoy them. We went up to 5800 feet and celebrated with champagne after a safe landing. it was an exciting experience and should not be missed if you visited this area. It was a gorgeous day to visit Goreme Open-Air Museum on foot to get a closer look at these colorful rocks. Starting in the third century Christians already burrowed into these soft rocks and carved out dwellings ...
... breakfast we lash together a new plan for the day. It involves a visit to the Göreme Open Air Museum followed by a gentle bimble around this extraordinary province.
Cappadocia is known to have been inhabited since the 6th century BC. Not a lot is known exactly why these ancient people built several large underground cities though one presumes Bronze Age Health and Safety was a ...
... to go. Then more stops for directions, we finally get to Goreme and locate what we think is the correct place. Apparently, there are a lot of places with stone or cave in their name in this area! So, we are unloaded and left at what ends up being the wrong place! Fortunately, it isn't too far from the right place, so the owner drives us to our place, Cappadocia Stone Palace. We are so delighted with our place. It's clean and beautifully decorated and there is even a ...
... the monks & hermits living high up to move closer to the people & from the 3rd century, tiny churches & refectories were built. One- called The Dark Church, had very beautiful frescoes telling the Gospel stories to the people. The colours retained their vibrancy because only one small opening near the roof let in any light.
We drove past a huge flat topped mountain- Turkey's Table Mountain & ...
... town - pottery and carpet making. I didn't think I would be very interested in this, but the art of both pottery and carpet making are far more complex and interesting than I imagined and I ended up really enjoying it! I was even lucky enough to get chosen from our group to meet the world famous master and owner of the pottery workshop, he got me to stomp on some of his pottery to prove how strong it was and then gave me a wee gift! Last up for the afternoon we headed to ...
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