Cappadocia is known for its fairy-tale mottled rock formations: exotic rock formations, caves and historic monuments of the reclusive population. It was originally a refuge for Christians to avoid Roman persecution, and in the 4th century a group of monks established the main part of the Cappadocia. After years of weathering and water erosion of the special landscape, stands the shape of the rocky hills, in these rocky surface of thousands of caves, many caves also save a lot of wet murals for the Byzantine arts in the later period of the worship of the unique witness. Cappadocia's unique karst landscape is similar to the lunar surface and is called "the most moon-like place on Earth".
Uchisar, TurkeyCategory: City