In the valley you can see lapies, a karst structure of rock pinnacles, and one of the most fascinating sights of the area, the Devil's Rocks. These strange towers with rock caps are formations of conglomerate silica, limestone and sandstone, resembling those of Cappadocia. Oak, chestnuts, eastern Mediterranean pine and boxwood trees are scattered amongst them, and in late April the Devil's Rocks are brilliant with the pink blossom of Judas trees. Koprulu Gorge National Park is one of the loveliest and most diverse landscapes in Turkey, where history and wild natural scenery combine in irresistible enchantment.
Ali İhsan Gökcen is a photographer