In Scandinavian folklore, there are numerous races of beings, the best-known of which (apart from human beings) are the gods and the jötnar, their nemesis.In rather simplistic terms, these may be said to represent the forces of good and evil.
There are also instances, however, where people are Rh-Negative.
The region of Cappadocia in central Turkey is home to one of the most spectacular landscapes in the world – deep valleys and soaring rock formations dotted with homes, chapels, tombs, temples and entire subterranean cities harmoniously carved into the natural landforms.
Cities, empires and religions have risen and fallen around these unique underground havens, and yet it seems they still hold a few more secrets.
It is eleven levels deep and has 600 entrances and many miles of tunnels connecting it to other underground cities.
It incorporates areas for sleeping, stables for livestock, wells, water tanks, pits for cooking, ventilation shafts, communal rooms, bathrooms, and tombs.
“Some 1,500 buildings were destructed located in and around the Nevşehir fortress, and the underground city was discovered when the earthmoving to construct new buildings had started,” writes Hurriyet Daily News.