Located in the central Anatolia plateau, Cappadocia’s otherworldly “fairy chimneys,” rock-hewn cells, churches, troglodyte villages and subterranean cities within rock formations make it one of Turkey’s most beautiful, unique, and trippy places to visit.

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Located in the central Anatolia plateau, Cappadocia’s otherworldly “fairy chimneys,” rock-hewn cells, churches, troglodyte villages and subterranean cities within rock formations make it one of Turkey’s most beautiful, unique, and trippy places to visit.

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Inside Cappadocia’s otherworldly rock-hewn cells, churches, troglodyte villages and subterranean cities within rock formations.

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The otherworldly beauty of Cappadocia’s countryside.

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Located in the central Anatolia plateau, Cappadocia’s otherworldly “fairy chimneys,” rock-hewn cells, churches, troglodyte villages and subterranean cities within rock formations make it one of Turkey’s most beautiful, unique, and trippy places to visit.

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The otherworldly beauty of Cappadocia’s countryside.

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Located in the central Anatolia plateau, Cappadocia’s otherworldly “fairy chimneys” make it one of Turkey’s most beautiful, unique, and trippy places to visit.

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Inside Cappadocia’s rock-hewn troglodyte villages and subterranean cities within rock formations in the central Anatolia plateau.

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Located in the central Anatolia plateau, Cappadocia’s otherworldly “fairy chimneys,” rock-hewn cells, churches, troglodyte villages and subterranean cities within rock formations make it one of Turkey’s most beautiful, unique, and trippy places to visit.

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On the beach in Ölüdeniz on the Turqoise Coast of southwestern Turkey where the Aegean and Mediterranean seas meet, about 10 miles south of Fethiye.

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Outside a caravanserai, which provided accommodation and other amenities for the merchants and stabling for their animals along the Silk Road from as early at the 10th century. On the road from Konya to Cappadocia.

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The travertines of Pamukkale, which looks like snow, but is white calcium that precipitates from water that bursts from beneath the surface and adheres to the soil. It’s been doing so here for more than two millennia.

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Located in the central Anatolia plateau, Cappadocia’s otherworldly “fairy chimneys,” rock-hewn cells, churches, troglodyte villages and subterranean cities within rock formations make it one of Turkey’s most beautiful, unique, and trippy places to visit.

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Poolside on the Aegean Sea at the Kusadasi Korumar Hotel in Kusadasi.

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Inside Cappadocia’s rock-hewn troglodyte villages and subterranean cities within rock formations in the central Anatolia plateau.

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The travertines of Pamukkale, which looks like snow, but is white calcium that precipitates from water that bursts from beneath the surface and adheres to the soil. It’s been doing so here for more than two millennia.

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Views of Kusadasi.

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The travertines of Pamukkale, which looks like snow, but is white calcium that precipitates from water that bursts from beneath the surface and adheres to the soil. It’s been doing so here for more than two millennia.

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Located in the central Anatolia plateau, Cappadocia’s otherworldly “fairy chimneys,” rock-hewn cells, churches, troglodyte villages and subterranean cities within rock formations make it one of Turkey’s most beautiful, unique, and trippy places to visit.

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Swimming in the sacred pool at Pamukkale.

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