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The Cotton Castle of Turkey - Pamukkale

No it’s not actually a cotton castle.. although that would be pretty awesome! Instead it’s an amazing natural wonder of this world also a UNESCO world heritage site. 1,592 more words

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For me one of the most mysterious places on Earth is Pamukkale. The place have its legend about the Turkish girl.  Because she was so ugly , girl tried to commit suicide throwing herself off the travertine. 69 more words



My journey in Turkey brought me to Pamukkale known as “cotton castle” in Turkish.

It is a World Heritage Site, well-known for the hot springs and the carbonate terraces formed from the flowing waters which deposited a host of minerals onto the limestone. 75 more words


Turkey: Pamukkale, Hieropolis, & Laodicea

March 24, 2016.  How’d you like that mouthful of a title for my post?  Kind of an alphabet soup.  You’ve probably never heard of any of these ancient sites, unless you’re a fan of Roman history or the New Testament.   3,426 more words


Visiting The Cotton Castles of Pamukkale

The white, unusual shaped stones covering the surface of Pamukkale are one of the most bazar but beautiful things I’ve ever seen. I stood at the top, looking down the layers of bright turquoise pools like layers of frosty cake, the hot sun beating down on my face and the warm water flowing over my toes. 320 more words


Southern Turkey Road Trip - Denizli to Antalya

We rented a car in Denizli and drove south to the Mediterranean. The drive was full of stops at small cafes for Turkish Coffee, or to shop for terracotta pots.  103 more words