On the Pamukkale in Turkey, there is such a mysterious site
After climbing up from the Pamukkale, you can also see many broken walls and ruins of the ancient city of Hierapolis.
The sky rolling in the clouds, there is a bunch of Jesus light in the distance, too magical scene, just like coming to a surreal time and space. The
site was built in the second century BC of the Pergamon dynasty. It can also see the ruins of the large baths, the arena and the Coliseum. Today the Grand Theatre is still very well preserved and magnificent.
The Pamukkale that meets the girl's heart, the shooting place of "Sister of Flowers"!
Pamukkale is a well-known hot spring resort with thousands of natural hot springs and a cotton-like hill with white flowers,
Turkish Pamuk for cotton and kale for castle. So pumukkale is called Pamukkale.
[Tickets] 30 lira, including the calcification pool and the ruins of Herapolis.
Pamukkale is one of the most controversial spots in Turkey. There are mixed opinions. Some people say that it is worth it. It is very beautiful. Some people say it is very general, because there are so many tourists, there are many people. Pamukkale is not as much water as it used to be, and it is a bit dry. The white calcification tank has also been damaged, so there are regulations that do not allow visitors to wear shoes. Everyone must take off their shoes when they come in, but the hard feet of the stone are a little painful.
If you want to take a hot spring in the pool, just wear a swim, just because I don't want to be in this bubble, so I didn't wear a swimsuit.
The famous name of Pamukkale comes from the legend and also comes from its unique geomorphological features. This is located in the textile industry town of Denizli, with abundant hot spring resources, hot springs containing calcium carbonate. The water slid down from the edge of the hills. After tens of thousands of years of calcification and sedimentation, it formed a semi-circular white natural ladder stacked on top of each other. It piled up like a castle. Fluffy. This dreamlike scenery, when you are in it, may not believe that it is real. The
Herabos ruins were built in the second century BC and were once the most famous holy city in ancient Greece, but the earthquake has made it a ruin. Today there are still large baths, arenas and streets. , the Grand Theater and other broken walls.
My favorite is the Roman amphitheatre below. The
theatrical theatre is relatively well preserved because of its majestic mountaintops. The entire Roman theater is semi-circular.
The first impression that this theater gave me was the atmosphere. I always liked the atmosphere, sitting in the middle of the audience watching the theater, it seems to be able to see the scene of the year.
I would like to remind everyone here that Pamukkale is really hot! Be sure to pay attention to sun protection.
I wear long sleeves, but the exposed parts of my neck and shoulders are all sunburned. It is really painful to take off a layer of skin.
There is no place to cover the white flowers, it is best to bring sunglasses, otherwise the white light reflects the eyes.
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Want to experience the unique scenery of Pamukkale must be here at sunset in the afternoon. The Pamukkale during the day is like its name - like a cluster of marshmallows; and the evening Pamukkale is indeed golden! In addition, when the sun goes down, the temperature will be much lower than during the day, and the tour will be more comfortable. You don't have to worry about the reflection from the ground during the day.
Twilight time to go to Pamukkale for a walk, you can also see many Chinese restaurants, which are the restaurants that the sister-in-law program group came here to eat, and they have a big Chinese signboard for Chinese tourists, but the Chinese food here is generally better than Turkish local dishes are expensive, consider carefully~
The Turks call the Pamukkale the eighth wonder of the world and there are no restrictions on coming here. Since there is no charge for the hot springs on Pamukkale, there are a lot of tourists coming to this hot spring. Enter the bath and be sure to barefoot to prevent the soles from wearing the limestone of Pamukkale. The shoes can be dragged on the steps next to them, no one will take them, you can rest assured. Located in the southwestern part of Denizli, Turkey,
Pamukkale is a well-known hot spring resort. It has not only thousands of natural hot springs, but also this quirky cotton-like hill, created by nature. Such a wonderful fairyland. Turkish Pamuk means cotton, Kale means castle, so Pamukkale is called Pamukkale.
Pamukkale is a natural wonder. There are hot springs and white cliffs. The water flows down the cliff, so it forms cotton-colored stalactites and basins. This calcified landform is the most extensive and continuous. This kind of environment is not only the sustenance of feelings, but also the effect on the body. The water here is considered valuable and can cure the disease. Some tourists will pack a pot of water back because they think the water here has some magic and seems to be keeping peace.
The magical geological features, the snowy fairy tale world, the gentle warm spring water, the cotton castle is like a big cotton cloud. When you lie in, you don't want to come out anymore, just want to immerse yourself in this embrace.
Pamukkale is a well-known hot spring resort located north of Denizli, Turkey. The area not only has thousands of natural hot springs, but also has quirky cotton ball-like hills, which, despite their soft and fluffy appearance, are actually made of hard limestone. In 1988, Pamukkale was listed as a World Heritage Site, along with the ancient city of Hierapolis, located above it. The unique stair-stepped “cotton ball” hills of Pamukkale are a beautiful and unusual landscape that can only be seen here. The waters of the hot springs flow down from caves at the top of the hill and wash down the slopes, leaving mineral deposits along the way.