After the snowfall, Kilistra Ancient City in Konya fell into a natural beauty. Located in the Gökyurt neighborhood of Meram district, Kilistra Antique City, which was built on volcanic land formed by lava accumulation like Cappadocia, has historical and geographical beauties. 50 km away from the city center of Konya, the ancient city bears the traces of medieval Christianity with its carved churches and chapels made of rocks, cisterns and water canals that have survived until today. The ancient city has more than 2 thousand years of history. It has turned into one of the leading centres of Medieval Christianity because St. Paul -- one of the apostles of Jesus -- lived there. The ancient city, which makes its visitors take a journey through history, has been covered with white colour after the snowfall. Its magnificent landscape has been attracting nature-lovers from all over the world. Many nature-lovers living in Turkey's Konya province come to ancient city of Kilistra to take photographs of the winter feast in the ancient city. Erkan Mumcu -- a senior photographer from Konya -- told reporters that the ancient city enthralled them with fascinating snow scene. Mumcu described the historic city as 'a natural photo studio' while making comments to Turkey's state-run news agency. 'We invite everyone to Kilistra where is so close to Konya. There is an untouched natural environment away from urbanization. We visit historical churches, living spaces, temples located in the historic place, ' Mumcu said in a statement. Ayşe Kayacı, one of the photography enthusiasts, stated that she had seen the ancient city for the first time and said, 'I wanted to take my interest in photography to the highest level with theoretical training. I went to the field for the first time and the snow landscape was very special.' We took beautiful pictures. Kilistra is very beautiful and a great place. We plan to come here again soon, ' she said.