The fairy chimney is the most magical and unique landscape in the Cappadocia region. It is actually some extra-large conical rock formations. The soft rock resembles a tapered spire. The top of the minaret is given a softer basalt "hat" by nature.
A variety of stone pillars of various shapes rise up, and there are strange hats on their heads. People think that they live in the elves, and they call them "immortal chimneys" or "elf chimneys."
First, let's talk about how these fairy chimneys are formed. The eruption of the Elgiyes volcano in Cappadocia hundreds of millions of years ago, the lava erupted from the volcano changed the surrounding terrain, and several hundred meters of volcanic ash and lava piled up to form tuff and lava. Since then, the slowly weathered rock has created a unique tourist spectacle in the world.
This root chimney is not only different in color but sometimes discolored. Some are light red, ochre or brown, while others are gray, khaki or milky white. The surface of the rock is very clean, and as the sun and clouds change, it changes its own color.
These fairy chimneys are naturally formed, but they can also be said to be masterpieces created by Vulcan, Fengshen, Rain God and the old man of time.
No matter how many chimneys you look at, you will never find two identical ones. They are so unique and unique.
The fairy chimney is also one of the places I liked in Kappa. The towering and strange rock is like a chimney. It is very magical and I have to feel the magic of nature.
In addition to the strange landforms, the rocks here are hard and can be climbed, making it more entertaining, with the emphasis on the weather getting better!
Although it is called the fairy chimney, but I dont see the immortal, hey, Ill make it difficult to be a fairy summer.