National Geographic : 1939 Dec
MULTICOLORED CONES OF CAPPADOCIA () INational I(eographic society 1 inlay by Iiric IVlatson NO PLACE FOR THOSE WHO WALKED IN THEIR SLEEP The man stands by a well-weathered cone, once used as a dwelling. Part of it has sloughed off, leaving one wall of a chamber exposed, just to the left of his head. A path leads to the tunnel entrance, lower right. Around the village of Uchisar, left background, rise other pinnacles honeycombed with caves and tunnels. The town is on the edge of the plateau and probably represents the ultimate height of the lava deposit.