Cappadocia, Turkey features otherworldly landscape

09/12/2007 | International Herald Tribune

The Turkish region of Cappadocia has been attracting travelers for hundreds of years with its strange field of cones reminiscent of ant hills, underground cities and rock-hewn churches. Traditionally, the area has attracted backpackers and those interested in archaeology, but in recent years, more sophisticated travelers have started to discover the region's appeal.

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