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Cappadocia is a picture drawn on the earth by nature. It is a poem. Undoubtedly, Cappadocia offers one of the world's most interesting sites. The triangle between Nevşehir, Nigde Aksaray is called Cappadocia and is located in the south of Ankara (the Capital). The word of "Cappadocia" inherited from Persians, meaning Land of Beautiful Horses. The violent eruptions of the volcanoes Erciyeş and Hasan long ago covered the plateau with tuff, a soft stone comprised of lava, ash and mud. The wind and rain have eroded this brittle rock and created a spectacular surrealistic landscape of rock cones, capped pinnacles and fretted ravines. In colors that ranged from warm reds and gold to cool greens and grays.

During the early times of the spread of Christianity, the people who needed to hide themselves from the Arab raids carved out these tough rocks thus constructing churches and built underground cities to defend themselves against the raids.

The settlements in Cappadocia had come into existence, mostly in the valleys of Goreme, Ihlara and Soganli. The people who had settled here, worshipped in the churches that they carved out of the rocks, and they dealt with agriculture to meet their own needs. The water sources in the valleys made this region productive. The most intensive settlement was in the vicinity of the township of Goreme. It is possible to see many churches together today in the locality made into an open-air museum.
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