Pamukkale

Pamukkale (in the lane. With the tour. - Cotton Fortress) - hot springs (temperature 30 ° C) in Turkey.






Water flowing from the slopes of the mountain forms a system of reservoirs with quaint limestone walls (travertine). Dazzling white terraces (travertine formation) appeared on the hillside in the deposition of calcium salts of saturated sources. Earlier on salt terraces were allowed to walk barefoot, but because of the many tourists who annually visit Pamukkale, is banned. Now you can walk along the path, or admire the magnificent spectacle from afar. These places are used as a resort area since ancient times. In 1988, Pamukkale and Hierapolis ruins of the city are included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.

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