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Cappadocia 2010

The decision to perform a photo session in Cappadokia during May holidays turned to be essentially spontaneous. Now this attractive region supplemented the author’s photo collection of landscapes.
Cappadokia is located on the Anatolyiskoe highlands, almost in the heart of Turkey and far from the sea shore familiar to Russian tourists. Local Nature generously demonstrated its creativity in formation of various stone sculptures. Material for their construction was introduced by a volcano, which was active long ago, then water, wind and temperature fluctuations during centuries worked out such an original surface of this territory. People found the landscape to be favourable for creation of stone houses. Stone towns appeared in such a way.
Tourist industry assimilated such an attractive region. All appropriate conditions were prepared for the tourists in their acquaintance with local natural and historical places of interest.
Last two days of the journey were dedicated to Istanbul, an ancient city where Europe and Asia meet each other.

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