Pamukkale is one of the World’s Heritage Sites in the Southwestern of Turkey. Along with Hierapolis – meaning the Holy city – Pamukkale is conceded as one of the World’s Heritage Sites considering its natural beauty of ladden-hot spring. Observing Pamukkale, the Turkish word for cotton castle, makes people doubt that this place was formed naturally because it seems so sturdy and well-structured. The words cotton castle symbolizes Pamukkale well for it has the beauty of natural cotton-color laddering hot springs. Most people call it as the prettiest natural swimming pool on earth because Pamukkale has a collection of 17 pools containing warm water where people sometimes bath. More >