Pamukkale, província de Denizli, na Turquia. A formação do Pamukkale deve-se aos locais térmicos quentes por baixo do monte que provocam o derrame de carbonato de cálcio, que depois solidifica como mármore travertino. Texto: Wikipédia. Fotografia: via: Turizm.
Pamukkale, Turkey These thermal springs in the cliffs, the naturally occurring terraced basins of Pamukkale (meaning Cotton Palace) have long attracted visitors. The thermal spa of Hierapolis was founded at the site in second century BC, offering today's visitors not only a chance to marvel at the natural geological formations created by the calcite-laden waters but also the a chance to marvel at the ruins of the once-great baths. It was declared a World Heritage Site in 1998.
Hierapolis-Pamukkale, Turkey is one of the most beautiful places in the world. These are natural hot springs filled with calcium. You have to definitely add this to your bucket list and make this a part of your great #TurquoiseHunt.