Houses in Kilistra, Turkey, blend in to their surroundings.
Kilistra is a much smaller version of the more famous Cappadocia with houses and churches carved into the soft rock of the mountains. The people of nearby areas who accepted Christianity during the Roman times are believed to have chosen the area to protect themselves against assaults.

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