The pillars of the fairy chimney are a result of millions years’ worth volcanic eruptions which rained ash across what would eventually become Turkey. This hardening into tuff created an hour later by erosion began slowly but quickly wore down over time giving way to mushrooms that stand at least 130 feet tall! Just like this one, no pixie dust required for its creation either–you can see how nature does most things without any help from humans all too often anyway.
The Fairy Chimney: A Natural Wonder of Turkey
As if this natural wonder wasn’t amazing enough, it’s also home to some incredible man-made structures dating back to the Byzantine period! If you find yourself in Turkey, be sure to add the fairy chimney to your list of must-see attractions. You won’t be disappointed!
Cappadocia is a land of wonders, where locals have been living for centuries. For them it was important to be able escape into thesetunnels under threat frominvaders and shielding themselves with doors made out sturdy stone that could withstand any attack while also protecting their homes inside against outside forces suchas earthquakes or fires – just imagine if all your furniture weremade outof wood! Today you can stay in some caves which have been remodeled so they serve as hotels too-a true fairy chimney formed by many environments coming together right beforeyour eyes: human beings who transformed one miracle into something newand exciting yet still familiar.