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Pamukkale is known as 8th wonder of the world by Turkish people, The water (35 C) which is flowing down the cliff of Pamukkale has turned the area into as white as cotton color, and carved this fantastic formation of stalactites and basins.

Pamukkale Pamukkale, or "Cotton Castle", is a series of shimmering snow-white terraced travertines, which cascade down the mountain side slopes, formed by limestone-laden hot springs. The passing of time has yielded stalactites, potholes and magical fairy-tables. The thermal water is also reputed to have healing properties. Paddling in the little pools on the plateau is possible and exhilarating. There are also other hot pools in the area, supplied by the natural springs, where you can swim among ancient column fragments scattered underwater TURKEY