If you enjoy observing the wonders of nature and mankind’s harmonious existence in it then, Cappadocia in Turkey will certainly fascinate you. It falls in the Central Anatolia region of Turkey and is famous amongst tourists for its rocky landscape which is shaped like a nose ring and has underground cities and churches which are carved out of rocks.
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Popularly known as the “Table Mountain” in Ireland, the Ben Bulben forms a part of the Dartry Mountains in the Sligo County of Ireland. It is a formation of rock which is protected by the Sligo County Council and is known to be a formation of 320 million years when not only Ireland but most of the Earth was covered by glaciers.
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It is large, divine, and straight from the legendary Sphinx myths of Egypt. The Great Sphinx of Giza is one of the oldest statues of the world and depicts a reclining mythical figure which has body of a lion and a human head. It sits in Giza which is situated on the western bank of the Nile River in Egypt and the nearest big city to the place is Cairo.
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