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The slopes of the hills down the cascade of snow-white in the valley Lykos. At a distance, it seems that the unusual steps that form the baths with bright blue water, as if it was diluted into vitriol, emit the very frosty freshness that should come from the laundry just washed with newfangled powder. And a carpet of green grass is spread around it. The sun tries in vain to turn this piece of winter into liquid, but its strength is only enough for the bushes making their way between the “icicles” to be covered with fragrant pink flowers. None other than the skillfully executed props in which the intricate creator decided to combine “ice and fire”. Continue reading
Izmir, the second most important city of Turkey, and neighboring resorts on the Aegean Sea coast is a popular summer holiday destination for Ukrainians. Some of them, resting on the sea, buy day trips to nearby monuments. However, the excursion possibilities of the Aegean coast of Turkey, or Asia Minor, as the ancient Greeks called it, are far from being fully used in Ukraine. The ancient Greek name of Izmir is Smyrna. The city was founded in the second millennium BC. Unfortunately, Izmir was badly damaged by earthquakes, wars and fires. Continue reading
Central Anatolian region of Turkey, Cappadocia has one of the most intriguing landscapes in the world. These are strange volcanic tuff pillars known as the “Magic Chimneys”. Here, to the gaze of travelers, mysterious valleys, riddled with rocky dwellings and churches, underground cities and hilly steppes alternating with snow-covered peaks of extinct volcanoes open up. Cappadocia has the same fascinating history as its landscape. The first inhabitants of this region were the Troglodytes – the inhabitants of the caves, who carved their houses into porous rocks and sought shelter under the ground. Continue reading