Pamukkale is one of Turkey’s most popular tourist destinations. It is among the top visitors for Turkey. Pamukkale is located in Denizli. Pamukkale, which is on the Unesco World Heritage List, is a gift of nature. Pamukkale historical city, travertines and thermal waters are among the places to be visited.
Travertines of Pamukkale
When it comes to places to visit in Pamukkale, travertines take the first place. Carbonate minerals left from the waters formed this white world. A wonderful place in the world, a white paradise full of history.Enjoy the magnificent nature while walking with your bare feet.
Hierapolis Ancient City
Hierapolis was founded by the King of Pergamum Eumenes II. The biggest ancient cemetery of the Eastern Mediterranean with more than 2000 cemetery is here. There are many different types of ancient tombs here. There is a amazing amphitheater in Hierapolis. Hierapolis was used as a thermal health center in ancient times. Hierapolis has been visited by people seeking health and beauty. Those who want to spend more time in Pamukkale and benefit from its healing waters can stay in nearby thermal facilities. You can enjoy massage, thermal waters and mud baths in these places. Hierapolis is a sacred settlement for Christians. Because St. Philip died here and his grave is in Hierapolis.
Martyrium of St Philip the Apostle
Located in the north of Hierapolis Ancient City, St. Martyrium of St Philip the Apostle is one of the oldest and most important ruins in the region. It is estimated that the martyrium was built for Saint Philip. St. Philip’s grave is also thought to be here. If you are here, it must be one of your stops. The structure is octagonal.
Cleopatra’s Pool is said to have a water temperature of 36 degrees in summer and winter. It belongs to the past 2500 years. It is one of the most popular places for tourists. It is believed that the Egyptian Queen Cleopatra swam here. Visitors can swim here. You should definitely try this out.
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