Photo of the Week: The World’s Most Unusual City?

Göreme City in the Cappadocia Valley, Turkey

Okay, so we’re probably opening ourselves up to debate with a statement like “World’s Most Unusual City”.

Clearly, subjectivity plays a big role when making such a comment. But, in our opinion, the eye-catching town of Göreme certainly deserves the title (how can one disagree with a captivating panorama like that?!).

Located in the Nevşehir Province in the heart of the Cappadocia Valley, with a population of approximately 2,500 people, the extraordinary town literally weaves itself around pointy fairy chimneys, ancient caves, eroded rock formations and colourful volcanic canyons.

It looks like something straight out of a children’s fantasy story!


What is the Most Unusual City you’ve ever visited?
Share your city in the comments section below – we’re curious about what you think!

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