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 Pamukkale is an extraordinary natural wonder. The calceous waters  rise from the ground at a temperature of 35oC, and tumble down the mountain from a heigh of 100 meters, forming a myriad of pools. Cream-colored stalactites are formed as the water overflows from the pools, creating a breathtaking sight unequalled in the world.  Water is the sole architect of this gleaming fairy castle resembling cotton or snow (hence its name "Cotton Castle").

In this wonderland is an abudance of hot springs which are  recommended for thetreatment of heart diseases, circulatory problems, high blood pressure, nervous disordes, rheumatism, eye and skin diseases, nervous and physical exhaustion, digestive maladies,  and nutrutional disordes. The road to Pamukkale (19 km. from Denizli)  is lined with oleander bushes which anticipate the relaxing atmosphere  of this ideal holiday center. The hotel pools are in garden-like settings; the natural ones on the hillside, with their tiny splashing waterfalls,  are particularly appreciated by nature lowers and sunbathers.

The ancient city today was established by the  Pergaman KingEumenes  2nd in 190 B.C.  The city was called after the legendaryhero Telephos  beautiful wife Hiera as  Hierapolis meaning the  sacred city.

The city was collapsed after a strong earth guake during the reign of TIBERUS  in 17 A.D. The reconstruched city has become a summer resort for the important people of the empire with its Roman characteristics.

Hierapolis has passed to the Seljuk reign in  1210 A.D. with Giyaseddin Keyhusrev. Collapsing after the  earhguake in 1354 A.D. the city has become natural archeological site where people visit and get healed with its healing waters.











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