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A museum that was created by nature. Pamukkale is a fantastic phenomenon with calcium "snow" cascades and ruins of ancient tow.
Pamukkale, or also known as "Cotton Castle" is a place where there used to be earth's formations that many years ago were regularly stroke by earthquakes. They caused cracks formation on the earth surface through which underground water was running out. Water oversaturated with calcium mineral evaporated forming travertines.
If you look at the natural phenomenon from a distance it may seem that you see a field sown with cotton.
In II century AD near the travertines a resort town was constructed where different kind of diseases could be cured. But after some times constant earthquakes destroyed fashionable resort and only ruins left.
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More places to visit in Antalya
European part of Istanbul with magnificent buildings in modern style, fashion boutiques, restaurants and cafes, as well as the famous tram.10
World famous Duden Waterfalls are the angry boiling cascade of magical waters, divided into upper and lower levels.9
Perge is a perfect place for those who want not only to get a tan, but also immersed into the past.6
Fiery mountain Yanartas
The most mystical landmark of Turkey, enveloped in secrets and myths, the Yanartas mountain attracts thousands of travelers with its mysterious lights.6
Looking for something amazing and impressive? Then visit the park with incredible sand sculptures made by ingenious artists with bright illumination at night.7
The Ancient City Termessos
The impregnable city, destroyed by the forces of nature, which has been in oblivion for hundreds of years, attracts thousands of travelers from all over the world.11
This old district is like "mini Turkey" with it's old mosques, hammans, the bustling market and intricate Turkish architecture.20
The Ulupinar River
Mountain river, which originates from the great Olympus mountain pleases travellers with abundance of fish and picturesque views.5