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Monday, November 10, 2014

Monks Valley from Cappadocia, Turkey

When people talk of Cappadocia, there is an element of awe and wonder in the conversation, but when you see it in person, that awe and wonder increases exponentially. This central Anatolian region has to be one of nature’s rarest and best creations. Take these mushrooms for example that stand in the middle of flat lands at Pasabag or Monk’s valley near the Zelve open air museum area of Cappadocia.

Mushrooms from Pasabag, near Zelve in Cappadocia

During my 4 days in Cappadocia, I did many hikes and this area was one of my favorite as the day was bright and sunny and the views were un-paralleled. I definitely intend to return to this beautiful region of Turkey soon. This area is so good for lonely and yet insanely scenic hikes.



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