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A very diverse trip combining a bit of the Mediterranean, a lot of Cappadocia and a dash to the Armenian border for the ruins of Ani.

We made our way back to Istanbul along the shores of the Black Sea with a few stops inland.

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Panoramas of Cappadocia

 

(vero;2020-May-20)

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Love Valley

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Following the trail along the bottom of Love valley.



Fairy chimneys are a big feature in Love valley.



Portion of Love valley near Uçhisar seen from the high route linking Uçhisar and Göreme.



Uçhisar
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Dovecotes

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The so-called Dove Complex near Göreme. It is a collection of rock-hewn dovecotes with some churches in-between.



Dovecotes in the Rose valley.



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White Moutain, Red and Rose Valleys

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The White Mountain seen from the ridge above the Open Air Museum of Göreme.



The White Mountain and the Red/Rose valleys “flowing” down to the plain.



The White Mountain seen from the exit of Rose valley.



Panorama taken from the top of Aktepe Hill on the White Mountain.



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Go back to East of Göreme: Red and Rose valleys, White Mountain and Zelve or go on to The Ancient City of Ani


$updated from: Valleys of Cappadocia.htxt Sun 13 Dec 2020 16:00:07 trvl2 (By Vero and Thomas Lauer)$