Hot Air Balloons at Historical Cappadocia region in Central Anatolia

Hot Air Balloons at Historical Cappadocia region in Central Anatolia

NEVSEHIR, TURKEY - OCTOBER 23: Hot-air balloons glide over the historical Cappadocia region, located in Central Anatolia's Nevsehir province, Turkey on October 23, 2020. Hot air balloon tours re-opened on August 23 after being suspended on March 17 within measures against the spead of coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Cappadocia is preserved as a UNESCO World Heritage site and is famous for its chimney rocks, hot air balloon trips, underground cities and boutique hotels carved into rocks. In Turkey's one of the most important tourism regions Cappadocia, local and foreign tourists get the chance of enjoying the scenery participating in air balloon tours in the early hours of the morning, riding horses and camels, touring by all-terrain vehicles (ATV) and walking among the fairy chimneys. ( Behçet Alkan - Anadolu Agency )

Hot Air Balloons at Historical Cappadocia region in Central Anatolia Fotoğraf: Behçet Alkan

NEVSEHIR, TURKEY - OCTOBER 23: Hot-air balloons glide over the historical Cappadocia region, located in Central Anatolia's Nevsehir province, Turkey on October 23, 2020. Hot air balloon tours re-opened on August 23 after being suspended on March 17 within measures against the spead of coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Cappadocia is preserved as a UNESCO World Heritage site and is famous for its chimney rocks, hot air balloon trips, underground cities and boutique hotels carved into rocks. In Turkey's one of the most important tourism regions Cappadocia, local and foreign tourists get the chance of enjoying the scenery participating in air balloon tours in the early hours of the morning, riding horses and camels, touring by all-terrain vehicles (ATV) and walking among the fairy chimneys. ( Behçet Alkan - Anadolu Agency )

Hot Air Balloons at Historical Cappadocia region in Central Anatolia Fotoğraf: Behçet Alkan

Hot-air balloons glide over the historical Cappadocia region, located in Central Anatolia's Nevsehir province, Turkey on October 23, 2020. Hot air balloon tours re-opened on August 23 after being suspended on March 17 within measures against the spead of coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Cappadocia is preserved as a UNESCO World Heritage site and is famous for its chimney rocks, hot air balloon trips, underground cities and boutique hotels carved into rocks. In Turkey's one of the most important tourism regions Cappadocia, local and foreign tourists get the chance of enjoying the scenery participating in air balloon tours in the early hours of the morning, riding horses and camels, touring by all-terrain vehicles (ATV) and walking among the fairy chimneys. ( Behçet Alkan - Anadolu Agency )

Hot Air Balloons at Historical Cappadocia region in Central Anatolia Fotoğraf: Behçet Alkan

NEVSEHIR, TURKEY - OCTOBER 23: Silhouette of a hot-air balloon gliding over the historical Cappadocia region, located in Central Anatolia's Nevsehir province, Turkey on October 23, 2020. Hot air balloon tours re-opened on August 23 after being suspended on March 17 within measures against the spead of coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Cappadocia is preserved as a UNESCO World Heritage site and is famous for its chimney rocks, hot air balloon trips, underground cities and boutique hotels carved into rocks. In Turkey's one of the most important tourism regions Cappadocia, local and foreign tourists get the chance of enjoying the scenery participating in air balloon tours in the early hours of the morning, riding horses and camels, touring by all-terrain vehicles (ATV) and walking among the fairy chimneys. ( Behçet Alkan - Anadolu Agency )

Hot Air Balloons at Historical Cappadocia region in Central Anatolia Fotoğraf: Behçet Alkan

NEVSEHIR, TURKEY - OCTOBER 23: Hot-air balloons glide over the historical Cappadocia region, located in Central Anatolia's Nevsehir province, Turkey on October 23, 2020. Hot air balloon tours re-opened on August 23 after being suspended on March 17 within measures against the spead of coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Cappadocia is preserved as a UNESCO World Heritage site and is famous for its chimney rocks, hot air balloon trips, underground cities and boutique hotels carved into rocks. In Turkey's one of the most important tourism regions Cappadocia, local and foreign tourists get the chance of enjoying the scenery participating in air balloon tours in the early hours of the morning, riding horses and camels, touring by all-terrain vehicles (ATV) and walking among the fairy chimneys. ( Behçet Alkan - Anadolu Agency )

Hot Air Balloons at Historical Cappadocia region in Central Anatolia Fotoğraf: Behçet Alkan

NEVSEHIR, TURKEY - OCTOBER 23: Birds fly in front of hot-air balloons gliding over the historical Cappadocia region, located in Central Anatolia's Nevsehir province, Turkey on October 23, 2020. Hot air balloon tours re-opened on August 23 after being suspended on March 17 within measures against the spead of coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Cappadocia is preserved as a UNESCO World Heritage site and is famous for its chimney rocks, hot air balloon trips, underground cities and boutique hotels carved into rocks. In Turkey's one of the most important tourism regions Cappadocia, local and foreign tourists get the chance of enjoying the scenery participating in air balloon tours in the early hours of the morning, riding horses and camels, touring by all-terrain vehicles (ATV) and walking among the fairy chimneys. ( Behçet Alkan - Anadolu Agency )

Hot Air Balloons at Historical Cappadocia region in Central Anatolia Fotoğraf: Behçet Alkan

NEVSEHIR, TURKEY - OCTOBER 23: Silhouette of a hot-air balloon gliding over people at the historical Cappadocia region, located in Central Anatolia's Nevsehir province, Turkey on October 23, 2020. Hot air balloon tours re-opened on August 23 after being suspended on March 17 within measures against the spead of coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Cappadocia is preserved as a UNESCO World Heritage site and is famous for its chimney rocks, hot air balloon trips, underground cities and boutique hotels carved into rocks. In Turkey's one of the most important tourism regions Cappadocia, local and foreign tourists get the chance of enjoying the scenery participating in air balloon tours in the early hours of the morning, riding horses and camels, touring by all-terrain vehicles (ATV) and walking among the fairy chimneys. ( Behçet Alkan - Anadolu Agency )

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