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3500 years of Cappadocian cave homes: These unique underground havens once were used by early Followers of Jesus "Yeshua" to hide from Roman armies, yet they remain occupied to this day - 100 square miles with 200+ underground villages and tunnel towns complete with hidden passages, secret rooms and ancient temples, with each new civilization building on the work of the last.

3500 years of Cappadocian cave homes: These unique underground havens once were used by early Followers of Jesus "Yeshua" to hide from Roman armies, yet they remain occupied to this day - 100 square miles with 200+ underground villages and tunnel towns complete with hidden passages, secret rooms and ancient temples, with each new civilization building on the work of the last.

Hittites - The very famous gate of two sphinxes of Hattuša, the capital of great Hittite Empire. This is the first empire that was centered in ancient Turkey. Their language is related to Latin, Celtic, Germanic, Baltic languages, etc. at Anatolia. Turkey.

Hittites - The very famous gate of two sphinxes of Hattuša, the capital of great Hittite Empire. This is the first empire that was centered in ancient Turkey. Their language is related to Latin, Celtic, Germanic, Baltic languages, etc. at Anatolia. Turkey.

Holocaust Museum, Israel.  This "Hall of Names" provides the names and some photos of the 6 million Jews who died in the Holocaust of WWII.

Holocaust Museum, Israel. This "Hall of Names" provides the names and some photos of the 6 million Jews who died in the Holocaust of WWII.

Makhtesh Ramon (Israel). 'Standing on the edge of Makhtesh Ramon you can witness millions of years of evolution beneath your feet and barely imagine that this barren landscape was once a sea. Freezing cold at night, but baking during the day, the makhtesh, or crater as it’s commonly known, is a place of extremes.'

Makhtesh Ramon (Israel). 'Standing on the edge of Makhtesh Ramon you can witness millions of years of evolution beneath your feet and barely imagine that this barren landscape was once a sea. Freezing cold at night, but baking during the day, the makhtesh, or crater as it’s commonly known, is a place of extremes.'

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