Cappadocia, also known as the ir Stone Forest, , created by dame nature and shaped together by nature and humanity a unique geography, a fairy tale country
As a result of volcanic eruptions that began millions of years ago, the area under the tuff layer was formed in such a way that the sculptors would be jealous in the years as a result of the erosion of wind, rain and rivers. The adventure that started with the discovery of the soft rocks shaped by nature, continued with her making shelter for her, and then inspired her to create living spaces where she could sustain her life.
Cappadocia, located in the heart of Anatolia, hosted the activities of the first settled societies, which were considered to be revolutionary, domestication of animals, and mining. This knowledge accumulation was followed by the fact that respectively Khatians, Assyrian merchants, Hittites, Persians, Phrygians, soldiers of Alexander the Great, Romans , East Romans (Byzantines), Seljuks, Turkish principalities and Ottomans have reached the present day.
Cappadocia, which is one of the monotheistic beliefs, as it is home to polytheistic beliefs, has been the geography that embraced the Anatolian Sufi doctrine after the Muslim people settled in the region.
Nowadays, different valleys, rock carving churches, fairy chimneys, dovecotes, underground cities and nature that create a sense of not belonging to this world share the cultural riches of Cappadocia with those who visit and invite their guests to a mystical world.