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We are in Pamukkale, Turkey, site of the ancient city of Hierapolis with healing thermal springs, Roman and Byzantine ruins, the sarcophagus of Marcus Aurelius, and the Martyrium, where St. 2,149 more words


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Turkey Relived - Pamukkale

Pamukkale Calcite Terraces

Ruins at Hierapolis

The Theatre – Hierapolis

Pamukkale is famed for its calcite terraces and the ruins of the Roman spa city, Hierapolis. 31 more words


Pamukkale to Ölüdeniz

12/13 – Our transport worked like magic this morning – as we left our pension for the bus stop in Pamukkale, a dolmus pulled up and the driver asked if we wanted a ride to Denizli. 230 more words


Pamukkale - Travertine and the Apostle Philip

12/12 – Woke up to the patter of rain on the roof, after a rocky night’s sleep (there is an honest-to-god disco next door to our hotel, and the Turkish hits just kept coming until 2am!). 314 more words


Selçuk to Pamukkale

12/11 – So long, Selçuk! We loved your ruins and your Roman aquaduct still standing in the middle of town.

We loved your little museum that showed what Ephesus looked like in its prime, and that jewelry hasn’t changed much in 4000 years. 376 more words



gezmek (v.) to travel, wander, stroll, or visit

This is one of my favorite Turkish words. Not only is it fun to say, but it’s applicable in so many situations. 252 more words