Rock-cut tombs in Myra, an ancient town in Lycia, Turkey.

Uçhisar - Cappadocia, Turkey

Abandoned - The 15th to 17th-century, Transfiguration Cathedral frozen in time. Kizhi, Russia, Photo by iamfisheye

Petra, meaning stone in Aramaic, a Jordanian city, famous for its rock cut architecture and water conduit system. Established possibly as early as 312 BC. Discovered by Swiss explorer in 1812.

Cappadocia, Turkey

The ancient town of Myra in the Lycia region of Anatolia, modern day Turkey, boasts a number of breathtaking ruins including the Acropolis on the Demre-plateau, the Roman theatre and Roman baths.

The Sumela Monastery

Nevsehir, Central Anatolia, Turkey

Telmessos Rock Tombs, Turkey

Castle House Island, Dublin, Ireland - this is incredible!

Natural terrace pool, Pamukkale, Turkey.

Ancient Stone Bridge Perthshire, Scotland

Mountain of the Gods, Nemrut Mountain, Ahlat, Turkey


Lycian rock-cut tombs above Dalyan river, Kaunos, Turkey


Lycian Tombs,Turkey

Las Lajas Cathedral* Ipiales, Nariño, Colombia

The natural rock pools in Pamukkale, Turkey

Down Marble Street toward 'The Library' an ancient ruin in Ephesus, Turkey.

Ancient Site of Myra Turkey