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White Legacy In The Aegean
Pamukkale and the ancient city of Hierapolis leave visitors spellbound by their beauty.
What to do:
As you tour the ancient city of Hierapolis, brimming with ruins, be sure to stop at the old Roman bath, now a museum.
Benefit from Pamukkale’s therapeutic waters, which have been a balm for varied and sundry diseases since antiquity.
Watch the sun set over the travertines at dusk and bask in the splendor of the changing colors.
The Pamukkale travertines are a unique natural formation created when the hot, mineral-rich underground waters come into contact with the surface. These underground waters not only adorn the landscape with an artist’s touch but are also believed to be beneficial in treating a variety of diseases
What: Natural site and ancient city
When: 2nd century B.C.E. (Hierapolis)
When added to UNESCO list: 1988