December 7, 2013

Cappadocia, Turkey

Photograph by Eugenia Maximova, Anzenberger/Redux

The rocky wonderland of Cappadocia, Turkey, is honeycombed with a network of human-created caves—living quarters, places of worship, stables, and storehouses were dug into the soft stone beginning in the fourth century A.D. The area is now a UNESCO World Heritage site.

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