World's Strangest Places

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Floating mountains, bleeding glaciers, and cities built atop the sea are just a few of the world’s weirdest destinations.

Göreme National Park, Turkey

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The fairy-tale-like rock formations called hoodoos, which pepper the Göreme Valley in Cappadocia, have served as homes, chapels, and schools for 2,000 years. Equally unexpected are the hoodoo interiors: while some have been given over to goats, others are furnished with all the modernity of a New York apartment.

Where to Stay: Cappadocia Cave Resort & Spa, a 76-room hotel carved into a rock hoodoo-style, offers two pools, Turkish and Japanese restaurants, and (not surprisingly) a gargantuan cellar with room for 50 dinner guests.

World's Strangest Places

Göreme National Park, Turkey

The fairy-tale-like rock formations called hoodoos, which pepper the Göreme Valley in Cappadocia, have served as homes, chapels, and schools for 2,000 years. Equally unexpected are the hoodoo interiors: while some have been given over to goats, others are furnished with all the modernity of a New York apartment.

Where to Stay: Cappadocia Cave Resort & Spa, a 76-room hotel carved into a rock hoodoo-style, offers two pools, Turkish and Japanese restaurants, and (not surprisingly) a gargantuan cellar with room for 50 dinner guests.

Robert Harding Picture Library Ltd / Alamy
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