The beginning of this year was not good for Pamukkale in terms of the number of visitors due to the coronavirus, but 2021 is ending well for the western province.
What To Know About Visiting These Twin (Must-See) UNESCO Listed Attractions In Turkey; Aaron Spray; The Travel
Two of Turkey’s most unique UNESCO landmarks can be seen with one tour, and this is what to know before you go.
Along with the ruins of two ancient houses, many small objects such as relief ceramics, coins, oil lamps and glazed vases were unearthed in the ancient city of Hierapolis.
The ancient city of Hierapolis has long hidden a poisonous secret in its mysterious “Gate to Hell”. But modern science has finally uncovered the truth behind the Roman myths.
Photo taken on Aug. 6, 2020 shows the ruins of the ancient city of Hierapolis in Denizli, Turkey. The ruins of Hierapolis is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. (Photo by Mustafa Kaya/Xinhua)
World heritage in Turkey: Hierapolis, the thermal spa city of the ancients and white paradise Pamukkale; Yasemin Nicola Sakay; Daily Sabah
Denizli offers a wide range of attractions to its visitors from famous Pamukkale travertine pools to the ancient city of Hierapolis…
Turkey’s Pamukkale thermal pools are seriously pretty and you can follow in the Romans’ footsteps; Julie Delahaye; Mirror
The surreal, brilliant white terraces and warm, limpid pools of Pamukkale hang, like the petrified cascade of a mighty waterfall, from the rim of a steep valley side in Turkey’s picturesque southwest.
Read more from source: Pamukkale: A paradise of history and wellness – Fethiye Times