Cappadocia is a city of airships and enchanting beauty

Cappadocia is a city of airships and enchanting beauty

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Cappadocia, the city of airships and the word Cappadocia means (the land of beautiful horses), Cappadocia is located in Turkey in the middle of Anatolia in the region of Nevsehir on a high plateau north of the Taurus Mountains. 

Cappadocia is considered one of the most famous Turkish cities with natural, historical and archaeological monuments, as it included many unique monuments, so It was placed on the list of UNESCO World Heritage.

The city of Cappadocia has a long history dating back to the third millennium BC. Cappadocia was the cradle of many civilizations such as the Persians, Hittites, Assyrians, and Greeks.

The Armenians settled in the Medieval in Cappadocia during the Byzantine era, as it was considered one of the most important Christian shelters. These Armenians built churches in the city's caves to hide from the Byzantines who were fighting the Christian religion.

Cappadocia was conquered and settled by several Turkish tribes, And Turkish nationality formed the vast majority after it was annexed to    the lands of the Ottoman Empire by the Ottoman Sultan Beyazid Yildirim in 1399.

Cappadocia is famous for its tourist attractions that combined the influence of nature and human intervention in cities, cave churches, and houses carved into rocks. It is also famous for its fertile soil rich in minerals.

Cappadocia has many unique geological and historical places. It is also famous for its underground towns, and one of the most important tourist places in Cappadocia

demons’ chimneys in Goreme

The phenomenon of demons’ chimneys is one of the most beautiful natural phenomena in the city of Cappadocia, it is natural mountain chimneys that amazed its visitors, located near them volcanic peaks that exploded millions of years ago rained a lime, where sedimentary rocks formed in lakes and waterways, and limestone and stone columns formed in the form of beacons.

The residents of that region carved homes, caves, palaces, and churches, after they discovered that the lime material that formed rocks in that area was easy to dig, forming the most beautiful scenery and archaeological.

Goreme Museum

The Goreme Museum is located in the village of Goreme in the Turkish city of Cappadocia, and it is an open old museum that dates back to the tenth and twelfth century AD during the rule of the Roman Empire.

The museum contains a collection of churches, monasteries and churches, which are characterized by simple architecture and mosaic drawings that decorate their walls and ceilings.

Zulfi Museum

The Open Zulfi Museum is located in the Zulfi Valley in Cappadocia, about 10 km from Goreme. The museum includes a number of monasteries, monumental buildings and churches. The museum dates back to the ninth century AD, and includes a number of caves carved inside the rocks formed by erosion.

Derinkuyu or the city of the jinn

Derinkuyu city or the city of the jinn located in the Turkish Cappadocia, the city of the jinn was built under the surface of the earth at a depth of about 60 meters, the city of the jinn is one of the unique discoveries in the world where construction engineers emphasized that building an underground city with this precision is a great challenge for any civilization And considered it no less important than the pyramids.

The city of Al-Jinn is composed of several underground floors, and it has been prepared enough to accommodate more than 15,000 people, men, women and children, in addition to temples, food tanks and waterways, and the city also contains ventilation holes  that allow fresh air to enter all parts of the city.

Red Valley

Red Valley in Cappadocia Turkey is one of the most beautiful tourist areas in Cappadocia, which is characterized by its natural beauty and the colours of its rocks and soil, which were coloured by the red, orange and rose colour that gave the place a magical beauty, which was formed as a result of erosion and volcanic eruptions.

Ihlara Valley

The valley of Ahilara, or the Valley of Imagination, in Cappadocia, Turkey, is famous for its charming nature, which contains rocks that some imagine it as a group of horses, while others see them as a family of father, mother and children accompanying you until the end of the valley.


the tour in one of the airships in the city of Cappadocia, is  the most beautiful trips in the world, where you can enjoy the trip from the start of blowing the balloon, setting fire on it  , then start it and enjoying the charming archaeological and natural features that we mentioned earlier from the top