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  • Noraida Tan

    PAMUKKALE-TURKEY love this place.

  • Anne Peltonen

    Travertine hot springs at Pamukkale in southwestern Turkey. That’s not ice and snow, it’s precipitated minerals. Travel to Turkey with MOTIVA DMC. A member of GONDWANA DMCs, your network of boutique Destination Management Companies across the globe. www.gondwana-dmcs.net

  • laraine hurter

    Travertine hot springs at Pamukkale in southwestern Turkey. That’s not ice and snow; it’s precipitated minerals.>>>>>never ever a straight line in nature.....

  • Francis Collins

    Natural Rock Pools Pamukkale, Turkey

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