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In December last year, an ancient subterranean city was discovered in Cappadocia, Turkey, consisting of at least 7 kilometers (3.5 miles) of tunnels, hidden churches, and escape galleries dating back...

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So that leaves one possibility and that is what were they hiding from in the air? As building styles and materials have tended to vogue in and out over history, going underground could have for a while seemed like a good way of constructing solid, defensible towns that would be highly insulated, very light in terms of materials needed, etc.“Hasan Ünver, mayor of Nevşehir, said other underground cities in Nevşehir’s various districts do not even amount to the “kitchen” of this new underground city,” reports Hurriyet Daily News.Through the ages, the Hittites, Persians, Alexander the Great, Rome, The Byzantine Empire, Ottoman Empire, and Turkey have all governed the spectacular region of Cappadocia in Central Anatolia.I can make it more clear: • Highly insulated, excellent for controlling temperature • No need to produce/import building materials • Inherently sturdy if carved into the correct terrain • Straightforward to defend from wildlife and invaders due to less points of entry In short, building down might have seemed to older civilisations as sensible as building up seems to us — making good use of space and benefiting from attributes specific to such construction styles.While I'm not dismissing other possibilities, I find it a little presumptious to assume that some incredible event was responsible for this rather than it just seeming sensible to those doing it.

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