“Cappadocia was a huge underground refuge, and I believe many areas might date back thousands of years, perhaps even to the end of the last ice age 12,000 years ago when Gobekli Tepe was constructed.”
- Robert M. Schoch, Ph.D., Geologist, Boston University
Reposted April 9, 2019 - July 2, 2012 Cappadocia Region southeast of Ankara, Turkey, in ancient Anatolia - The western frontier of Asia known as Asia Minor was the region of Anatolia that encompassed the central uplands of modern Turkey from the coastal plain of the Aegean Sea east to the mountains on the Armenian border and from the narrow coast of the Black Sea south to the Taurus mountains and Mediterranean coast.
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