We gathered together outside the stone ring at Avebury – it is the world’s oldest dating from between 2,500-2,600 BC)and one of the largest with a diameter of 331.6m – to experience a bit of druid magic. Surprisingly enough, we did. Equipped with copper divining rods (on loan) and open minds we began the circuit allowing our steps to be guided by touch, ley lines, and… Read More
About 19 km from Nevşehir – in Anatolia, Turkey – hidden from view, are a total of 36 underground cities.
As you pass through these warrens, you can’t help but imagining them bustling with life – as entire lives began and ended out of site of the sun!
A short and pleasant walk, about 1.5 km, southeast of Göreme town lies the “Open Air Museum”, which is the Turkish region of Cappadocia’s principal attraction; for good reason! The Göreme Open Air Museum is a monastic complex of medieval cave churches, carved out by Orthodox monks, and embellished with Byzantine frescoes dating from 900-1200 AD.