This fantasy landscape sits in Cappadocia, Turkey, the Göreme National Park to be specific. The cones, pillars, and pinnacles you see resulted from eons of wind and water carving a 10-meter thick layer of volcanic ash that covered the area a couple millennia ago. In the 19th century BC the area was inhabited by people who further carved out these crazy sites and called them home. For more info check out this National Geographic article. Photo by Tiberio Frascari via Flickr Creative Commons.
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