The Colors of Cappadocia

The Cappadocian landscape is legendary as a ‘moon-land’ and ‘unearthly’. But all those brown and other earth tones can start to look all the same after a few days. Breaking the monotony are the vivid colors of the local pottery, one of the other things that Cappadocia is famous for.

If you’re keen, you could even try your hand at a pottery / ceramics workshop in Avanos, the pottery hub of the region – and buy at source, so you’re sure your Cappadocian souvenir isn’t made in China!

Don't you want to just buy them all?
Don’t you want to just buy them all?
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11 thoughts on “The Colors of Cappadocia”

  1. Lovely to stumble across your Cappadochia blogpost, and yes we’ve been to Avanos. Scuh a quaint town, by the river, but stunning pottery and plenty of colourful carpets too.

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