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Hierapolis & Pamukkale, Denizli
Categories: Ruins, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Explore ancient thermal spas and take a dip yourself at Hierapolis & Pamukkale, two World Heritage Sites. Originally a thermal spa in 2nd century BCE, the Greek ruins of baths, temples, and monuments are still visible today at Hierapolis. Visit the on-site Hierapolis Archaeology Museum to see tombs, monuments, and ruined theatre artifacts. Nearby Pamukkale is a diverse arrangement of hot springs--some for swimming and some for scenic appreciation. One notable area, sometimes referred to as Cleopatra's swimming pool, features a set of tiered travertines on top of which bright aquamarine water gathers. Hierapolis & Pamukkale is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our online itinerary creator, Denizli Edition.
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Tarihi alanın içinde antik sütunların bulunduğu termal havuzda yüzmek büyük keyif.Gün batımında özellikle daha keyifliHistory of the ancient column in the thermal pool area to swim in the great tips. Especially enjoyable at sunsetshow original
We drove to entrance of Heiropolis walked all through the city the only ones there a lovely experience, ask to see where the priests asked the sick for donations you can still hear the gas bubbling ou... read more »
Não é só Pamukkale! Vá com mais tempo e não deixe de visitar Hierápolis,séc II aC. Numa extensa alameda, de um lado é Pamukkale, o castelo de algodão, e do outro, Hierápolis. Os dois são Patrimônio Un... read more »It's not just Pamukkale. Go with more time and be sure to visit Hierapolis, II century BC. In extensive promenade, on the other hand is Pamukkale, the cotton Castle, and on the other, Hierapolis. Both are Unesco Heritage since 1988. They say that even Cleopatra came to bathe in these waters. Hierapolis was an imitation of Rome with its theatres, forums and the largest Christian Cemetery of antiquity. Place of pilgrimage because of martyrdom and crucifixion of St. Philip. His grave disappeared during an earthquake, but there's a symbolic in the necropolis. Bartholomew and John preached in this region. The old pool that, say, Cleopatra used, its columns and stones serve as current pool decoration that you can also use. Is the Antiqua Pool.show original
Amazing place!! Wonderful view Awesome! I love it
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Awesome Historical Panoramic Unique Place
What a woderfull place
Emre alkana precious historical monuments-fieldshow original
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