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Turkey: Central Anatolia
In the inneranatolischen plateaus lie the salt sea Tuz (saltier than the dead sea) and mountain chains which rise up to nearly 4,000 ms.
In the east lies the uncommonly attractive scenery of Cappadocia which is known because of his "its" residential caves done "driven" in tuff stone and rock churches. Volcanic mountains, deeply dug "buried" fluvial valleys and gulches, softly circular green-brown mountain bridges, slightly hilly levels "plains" determine "stipulate" the landscape. Inneranatolien is marked predominantly by a steppe scenery and belongs to the driest areas "fields" of Anatolia; in the region around the Tuz Gölü the scenery accepts "confirms" desert-similar figure "guise". Therefore, the agricultural use is not trained in this region so strongly, how in the before named regions. Above all, wheat, barley and fruit are grown "cultivated" here.
The climate of this region is stamped by hot, dry summers (more than 40 degrees "levels") with cold evenings. The winters are very cold (less than-20 degrees "levels").
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