The Peacock Room Castello di Sammezzano in Reggello, Tuscany, Italy.
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Pamukkale is a natural wonder which is also known as the “Cotton Castle” located in the Denizli Province which is in the south western region of Turkey. This site is famous all around the world for its terraces of carbonate minerals which are formed due to the flowing water. The ancient city of Hierapolis was located here many centuries ago and it is now completely in ruins. The water that comes through an underground source in this area is said to be a cure for various diseases.
Geysers, hot springs, and steam vents provide geothermal energy that heats 80 percent of Icelandic homes. In the Blue Lagoon, bathers from around the world come seeking the supposed healing properties of the waters. (Photograph shot on assignment for, but not published in, "In Search of the Vikings," May 2000, National Geographic magazine) Photograph by Sisse Brimberg
blue lagoon, iceland