Covered in a dazzling snow blanket, the ancient Christian cathedral enthralls visitors in Turkey’s picturesque Cappadocia region.
The Selime Cathedral, which is known to be the place where Christians held the first vocal religious ceremony 1,700 years ago, is located in Turkey’s central Aksaray province and attracts many local and foreign tourists every year.
The Selime village is at the entrance of the Ihlara Valley and it is home to several churches, monasteries, caravan roads, hundreds of fairy chimneys, and unique scenery.
The largest cathedral in the Cappadocia region, the two-story Selime, was built after rocks were carved.
Living spaces in the cathedral, such as kitchens, barn roofs, and…