There are a lot of souvenirs sold in the town of Goreme, and it is necessary to bargain to buy something that is cheap and good. It is much cheaper than that factory.
Personally feel that the best thing to look at is this light, took a lot of photos, how to take away when you find a treasure has the same paragraph! Its too omnipotent.
Then I bought a small gift for my friend, and found it in the back, made in China,
food is not shot, in Turkey, I eat barbecue every day.
Goreme's ceramic village, going to the open-air museum, passes through here. There is a tree filled with ceramics and blue-eyed trees at the door. It has become a must-have place and is also suitable for taking pictures.
The whole village is full of pottery, so it is called the ceramic village, and the village is very close to the towns of Goreme.
Gregory in winter is colder, but it is recommended to wear a down jacket outside the skirt and take off the jacket to take pictures.
In the early hours of the morning, as the time goes by, the sun moves slowly, and the gorgeous gold is more and more eye-catching, and the scope of the spread is getting bigger and bigger. The whole day of the West has been dyed into eye-catching gold, such as the nice satin that has just been rendered, smooth and beautiful. Another example is the lava mouth at the time of the volcanic eruption. A large piece of red gold flows like a lava, and after the sun falls to the opposite hill, it leaves a burst of light.
The moment the sun was hidden under the horizon, the whole city suddenly quieted down, inexplicably quiet. Like the clockwork that has been tightened, the rotation returns to the original position, and the sound is silenced. It is like a bright candle. The last drop of wax oil burns out, and it is like a silent silence. It is also like Europe in the 1930s and 1940s. The silent film, the shadow of the jumping picture is silent.
Goreme is the core town of Cappadocia and the base for this area. This is where you can take a romantic "Turkish hot air balloon". The peculiar landscape of
Cappadocia was formed by volcanic eruptions millions of years ago. The
volcanic erupted magma cools and then solidifies into a weatherable rock formation with plasticity, while the harder basaltic volcanic rock then covers the soft weathered rock formation.
When time passes, the weathered rock formation is washed away, and the upper hard basaltic volcanic rock is still standing upright, and the mushroom head landscape appears.
I stood by the canyon and watched the hot air balloon drifting around, feeling like it was in a huge dream.