The landscape of Cappadocia in Middle Anatolia of Turkey was created about 30 million years ago. The ashes, which covered the earth by massive volcanic eruptions became an erosive material called “Tuff Stone”.
This book includes information and many photographs of the unique volcanic landscape, underground cities, churches and monasteries from Byzantine Era in Cappadocia. Also documented are the place of pilgrimage Haci Bektas, the archaeological excavation site Kültepe and historical buildings from the time of the Seljuk Turks in Kayseri.
This book includes information and many photographs of historic monuments and buildings, fascinating landscapes as well as some impressions of traditions and street life of the people in Southeastern Turkey.