Turkey Tourism: Cappadocia Underground Cities
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Turkey Tourism: Cappadocia Underground Cities

Because we had so much fun at Derinkuyu Underground City, we decided to seek out a few more to visit in Cappadocia. This one, though very cool, didn’t feel as safe as Derinkuyu. Outside the entrance to the underground city, a woman had approached our car as we drove up and got us to buy a doll that she had evidently made in exchange for our American money. Upon leaving the underground city, a man (who had been standing with the woman before) approached us and got us to pay him for taking us to look through a keyhole into the courtyard of a church. As we discuss in the video, when we drove into the city we had made note of the people sitting around doing nothing, with sticks. The overall vibe of this underground city was poor in comparison with Derinkuyu.

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