A Real-Life Dwarven City Exists Under Cappadocia

It‘s so large that it could house 20,000 people, including animals

A well-lit segment of the underground city — Image Source: Wikimedia Commons

InIn 1963, a Turkish man began renovation work on his home. While knocking down a wall in his basement, he stumbled upon a secret room leading to an underground tunnel.

Holding a candle up to the darkness, what he discovered shook him to the core…

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Sajjad Choudhury

Sajjad Choudhury

Product Operations Manager @ Onfido | Writer on History, Personal Development and Tech | Find and connect with me here https://linktr.ee/saj_chy