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Cleopatra Pools, Pamukkale
(3.1/5 based on 1,000+ reviews on the web)
Swim among the ruins of antique marble columns and feel the "champagne waters" bubbling against your skin at Cleopatra Pools, a World Heritage Site. This pool was shaped by an earthquake in the 7th century BCE when massive marble columns of the nearby temple of Apollo tumbled into a spring. Legend has it that Marc Anthony built a marble portico above the spring, which he gave to Cleopatra. Soak in the warm healing waters embedded in the famous "cotton fortresses" of minerals. Amenities include bathrooms, rental lockers, and a restaurant. Bring your own towel. Put Cleopatra Pools into our Pamukkale vacation generator to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Pamukkale.
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  • We're in the middle of last December despite a dip in the water was so warm. But when you go to cold until the inevitable dressing room. Bring beach towels when you get a robe instead. not really for children in winter. I don't have a uygum winter territory. When I get out, I had a hot room could see a lot of demand in the winter. But if you are going to the famous Pamukkale travertines necessarily but not necessarily this, you must enter the pool.
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  • the beauty of the water landscape, historic fabric, what a breath of fresh air away from the city. URlazım.tek to advertise outside great..
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  • Pamukkale terraces are made of travertine, a sedimentary rock and the place offers a view of the historic city of Heirpolis. The place could be little slippery and steps may need to be watched. The Cl...  more »