Turkey journey daily news vol. 5: The Sanshui team got up (slightly) early and went to the famous Derikuyu (probably so) underground city. It felt very cold and cold... Actually there are more people inside... Smecta There is also shanghainese and so on... There is only pancake... Three people, one cake and a cup of pomegranate juice (So fried sky)... Come back and have an afternoon tea + dinner in Goreme... the special crock pot stew there Meat... Hmm... I ate a terrific turkey barbecue before... Hey... It can only be said that the local meat is plenty of meat! In the evening, I boarded the Pamukkale bus that allowed (ken) people (die) to (wu) wait (bi) for 11 hours...
The wisdom I bring with the Turks is still endless. They have many dungeons whose main function is to store water. Although the Derinkuyu dungeon is not particularly large, it has twists and turns.
The fare is 42 lire. The underground city is a sanctuary for people and religions. During the early religious persecution of the Byzantine Empire and the later Arab invasion, tens of thousands of Christians hid here. The scale of this underground city is huge, with 1,200 small stone houses in total, which can accommodate 15,000 people. It is divided into 8 floors. Its winding corridors are low and narrow. People need to bend down to walk inside. Walking in such corridors and stone houses, it seems to have entered an ant nest.
The Dungeons are the 30 or so excavated in Turkey to defend itself from the attack and take part in the local 3 day tour of Antalya to see what the niche route is. We went to Aksaray Derinkuyu Dai Linkuyou Underground City, which was opened to tourists in 1965, but so far less than half of the tourists can visit it. Um, I am lucky that ～This 85-meter-deep Elf Fortress preserves all the common rooms in the Underground City, the Horseshoe Wine Storage Room, the Cathedral Distillery ⋯ etc. The propelled circular stone plates can be blocked by internal blockades in the event of an attack, have wells and air circulation that can support large numbers of people and livestock for a long time, but are not suitable for long-term residence, walk through the ups and downs of the caves and really have a rejuvenating mood to step out Stone steps towards the sun, air, flowers, dew, especially thank you for living in the modern day without eating, sleeping, drinking blood, and sharing the surprises of travel with the most advanced technology ～
Derinkuyu Underground City in Cappadocia is a very mysterious place. This place was excavated by ancient people in order to avoid war. Everyone went underground through a narrow shaft. The underground was opened up into a large space with various living facilities. It is really a huge underground city, full of indescribable mystery. .
Located in the midwest of Turkey, Kapadozia is not only beautiful, but also hides a huge underground city complex. No one knows when the "underground city" was built, and it is generally said that some people came here to escape the persecution of the Roman rulers, and found the volcanic rock in the area softer and easier to dig, so they built underground caves and defended their pursuers. It feels like our tunnel battle!