Alien Landscape of the Cotton Castle, Pamukkale, Turkey – Photo a day, July 25, 2012 – Turkey Travel Photography


Cotton Castle, Pamukkale, Turkey

Pamukkale is one of the most alien, out of this world highlights of Turkey. Those white cliffs are the result of erosion of calcium carbonate, creating interesting travertine pools with hot spring waters.

The Romans obviously had the right idea when they built the thriving city of Hieropolis on the cliff edge. Though many of the tourist photos of the travertine pools feature stunning blue skies and gorgeous ladies in the pools, we, had torrential rain which made for a hilariously wet adventure down.

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Welcome photo lovers, travel enthusiasts and fellow bloggers to Traveling with Krushworth. Much as there are my photos from Great Britain, Cambodia and Turkey, follow me across Great Britain and Turkey with my YouTube travel show Traveling with Krushworth Happy travels! The Hierapolis Pamukkale episode is to your left.

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