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... to be renewed every year, as humidity from melting snow and rains caused their deterioration. Monastic people recruited missionaries to spread the word of God and this was the beginning of Christianity in Europe. Plaster was developed, so frescos became permanent. When the underground dwellings were taken as homes, the frescos were often covered by carpets and thus were preserved. Ozkonak Underground City Until ...
... able to go for a nice little walk around the river and then we ended up at a house in the river which was quite quaint. We stopped for a quick beverage and then downstream for some lunch. We perched up in a little hut in the river and had the best beef casserole, the meat was so tender. Back to the truck for our final stop before camp and it was an underground city. Steve went for a look and said that there was a lot blocked off and you ...
... all from a time when iconographic opponents forbid pictorial representation of the faith. Most disturbing is what happened to almost every one of these images. The eyes are almost universally gone, carved or clawed out of the icons. While the guides claim that Greek Orthodox Christians are mostly to blame, as they superstitiously scraped off the faces to mix them with milk and drink them for curative powers, I cannot help but think this literal defacing ...
... in my room that night and went in search of a cheap dinner. A bloke out front his restaurant offered us free starters and pointed out the cheapest main. 10 tl for a 2 course meal and of course complimentary apple tea, not bad round this area. Turns out this Londoner is half Turkish and she speaks quite well to all the Turks we meet as well. Accom: shoestring cave hotel for 2 nights - 25 ...
... path complete with dotted lines in portions. Of course we took the High risk and ended up on a path that seemingly got little use, was overgrown and pretty precarious in parts. Kept things exciting though, and we all made it to the top along with some nice scratches as souvenirs. The view from the top of the fortress was great, and behind it there was a valley with a 'ghost town’ that no longer existed. We took the safe trail down which was ...
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