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Cappadocia Culture, Art, Music, Food Festival

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A new festival called Cappadox is being organized in Cappadocia this year, May 16-18, 2015.

I have not yet discovered any details of the program but will try to post as I find out more.

These types of festivals are usually worthwhile if you can arrange your visit to turkey to correspond to the dates, despite the possibility of flight, car rental and lodging issues because of higher demand. However, the timing is good because schools will still be in session and the high tourism season will not have begun.

Cappadocia has an excellent cuisine combining traditional Armenian and Turkish dishes. We can hope that chefs will try to excell on a good base.

The region has a sizable Turkish and expat art community.

The visitor hopefully will also be able to hear both popular and folk Turkish music in interesting settings. (Consider White Rocks, Colorado)

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