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Meaning ‘Cotton Castle’ in Turkish, you will understand why when you see this magical natural masterpiece. Forming over hundreds of thousands of years, the travertine pools cascade down the hillside, and have been visited by many famous people. Considered to possess healing qualities, visitors can enter the pools. It is now listed as a World Heritage Site.
Hierapolis Ancient City
Perched above the travertines of Pamukkale sit the ancient ruined city of Hierapolis. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, there is not a lot known about its origin. Pamukkale’s hot springs gave this city life, as people had been curing their ailments in the ‘spa’ since the 2nd Century BC. Situated onsite is a large Necropolis filled with Sarcophagi, including that os the great Marcus Aurelius Ammianos.