Cappadocia, a crossroads of religions and civilizations
It is, located near Nevsehir and on the UNESCO World Heritage List, was produced by layers of lava blasted by volcanoes some 60 million years ago. The region, which was occupied for the first time during the Paleolithic age, became the pinnacle of Christianity during the Roman Empire. The dwellings and churches dug into the rocks provided sanctuary as well as education and cultural centers for Christians fleeing Roman persecution. Joining a dawn balloon trip allows nature enthusiasts to experience the stunning natural scenery and see the blend of history and natural beauty in Cappadocia.
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