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In the rocky desert region of Cappadocia, Turkey, there’s a city carved from stone. This ancient region is a UNESCO World Heritage site and includes the Göreme National Park, known for its conical rock formations called “fairy chimneys.” During the Bronze Age, homes were carved into the mountainsides, and the underground cities of Kaymakli and Derinkuyu are two of the area’s main attractions. But the real treat is viewing Cappadocia from above—dozens of hot-air balloons take flight from Göreme daily.
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