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AbstractRock-carved settlement in Cappadocia, known for the 'fairy chimneys' (rock formations) that had come into formation after volcanic eruptions and this area became the settlement for a number of Anatolian civilizations. Cappadocia was Ancient kingdom, province, and region of indefinite size north of the Taurus Mountains in what is now eastern central Turkey. It was held by Hittites then colonized by Assyria. It later became an independent kingdom 3rd century BC. It became the settlement for Christians and Byzantines.
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