Among the more amazing natural sights in Turkey's Central Anatolia region is Lake Tuz. It's the second largest lake in Turkey (after Lake Van) and one of the largest salt lakes in the world. Located roughly between the cities of Konya and Ankara, the lake covers about 1.6k square km (a bit over 600 square mi). It is home to one of the world's largest bird sanctuaries. Alp Karaguelle created this epic drone selfie flying over this amazing salt lake on the great Central Anatolian Plain.