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Cleopatra Pools, Pamukkale

Categories: Hot Springs, Bodies of Water, Nature & Parks
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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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  • When Hierapolis was at its peak, before being devastated by invasions, looting and earthquakes, it is said that Cleopatra bathed in your pool. What's left of the original columns and stones, adorn the you will be able to bathe. Besides the place, which is part of Pamukkale, is very nice, well wooded, buffets and bars supply the needs. Charge a fee for use of the pool of Cleopatra, Antiqua Pool.
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  • A magical feeling when the entire body is immersed in a small bubbles coming out of the depth of 5 meters. It seems that you are swimming in tepoj you mineralke Borjomi or champagne among the ancient marble columns and ruins. A very nice place. On it stands out a couple of hours relaxing and enjoying Loy!
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  • This pool is amazing stays at a warm 35 degrees all year round, the story and tale is interesting and a must to swim in 
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