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Tufa Cave

Our hotel in Cappadocia was located in an area that has hundreds of man-made caves or "fairy chimneys" that people lived in for centuries. It was only in 1950 that they stopped being used as dwellings and were turned into an outdoor museum. New ones are discovered every day.

TAGS: Cappadocia, Cave, Dwelling, Turkey

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Date Taken: 08.2019
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PHOTO LOCATION Göreme, Cappadocia , Turkey