Countryside Trip to Pamukkale, Turkey

I saw an image of Pamukkale from one of my schoolmates back in high school. I did not expect that I will also see it during our vacation in Turkey last year. It was not actually included in our itinerary but our tour guide made a short photo stop in this famous sight of Turkey. I was so happy after seeing it because I only thought that I can only see it in postcards or images online but I was truly there! Amazing beauty of nature!

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Pamukkale National Park, Turkey

Pamukkale, means a  “cotton castle” in Turkish. It is  a natural site in Denizli Province in southwestern Turkey. The city contains hot springs and travertines, terraces of carbonate minerals left by the flowing water.

 
 

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