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Laodicea Ancient City
Laodicea Ancient City
Goncalı, 20000 Merkez/Pamukkale/Denizli
Laodicea has a romantic name to it, named after King Antiochus II’s wife Laodike. While the early days of the city indicate that it was of little importance in the region, however, it eventually fell under Roman rule. While under this
Karahayit Red Springs
Karahayit Red Springs
Fatih, Atatürk Cd., 20190 Karahayıt/Denizli Merkez/Denizli
Located near the famous Pamukkale the Karahayit Red Springs are a separate spring water with its own unique combination of minerals which has led to this water to flow out in a red colour leaving behind a rust coloured travertine
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Kaklik Cave
Kaklik Cave
Kaklık, Haydar Baba Caddesi, 20240 Honaz/Denizli
aklik cave, known as Kaklik Magarasi or the Pamukkale cave is located about 45 kilometres from the real Pamukkale. The cave is full of travertine waters, stalagmites, stalactites and a large quantity of sulphur. The amount of sulphur makes
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Hierapolis Ancient City
Hierapolis Ancient City
Hierapolis,20280 Pamukkale/Denizli
Hierapolis Ancient city of Pamukkale is in the same plateau with its travertine. City established by Bergama King Eumenes II, got its name from Hiera, wife of Telephos who was the legendary founder of Bergama. Ancient city has a main
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Pamukkale
Pamukkale
Pamukkale Travertenleri, Merkez, 20190 Pamukkale/Denizli
Pamukkale approximately 20 km away from Denizli is famous for hot water springs in the northern part of Çürüksu Plain, travertine formed by those springs and ancient city Hierapolis. Travertine are occurred in result of evaporation of
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