pamukkale what to do

Pamukkale what to do You are going to visit one of the Pamukkale namely “the cotton castle” where you are going to feel yourself stepping in clouds.  In other words with its spectacular formations of travertine, Pamukkale is welcoming you in a world of wonders. The natural hot spring pool is going to be one […]

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how is izmir city

How is Izmir city? Izmir is the third-largest city in Turkey with a population of around 4 million, the second biggest port after Istanbul and a very good transport hub. The fact that almost half of its population of 4 million are under the age of 30, makes İzmir a city full of life. The […]

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ephesus how old

Ephesus how old? Ephesus was founded as an Attic-Ionian colony in the 10th century BC on a hill (now known as the Ayasuluk Hill), three kilometers (1.9 miles) from the center of ancient Ephesus.

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how pamukkale was formed

how Pamukkale was formed? The name Pamukkale means ‘Cotton Castle’ in Turkish. Besides its adorable beauty, it is a geological formation that is based on 17 main hot water springs that are actually sources of the calcium carbonate which gets deposited as the mineral rock on the surface.

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how far is cesme from izmir

how far is Cesme from Izmir? Distance from Izmir to Cesme is 74 kilometers.

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izmir which country

Izmir which country? Located in the west of Turkey and on the Aegean shores, İzmir, the pearl of the Aegean, is the third-largest city in Turkey.

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pamukkale where in turkey

Pamukkale where in Turkey? Pamukkale is located in the south-central of the Aegean region of Turkey. It is about 19 km to Denizli city and a 2,5-hour drive from the resort town Kusadasi.

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ephesus how old

Ephesus how old? It was built in the 10th century BC on the site of the former Arzawan capital by Attic and Ionian Greek colonists.

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Pamukkale why is it white

Pamukkale why is it white? Somewhere deep in the earth beneath Pamukkale and the ancient Roman city of Hierapolis lies a vast source of water heated by volcanic lava. The water dissolves pure white calcium, becomes saturated with it, and carries it to the earth’s surface, where it bursts forth and runs down a steep hillside. Cooling in the open air, the […]

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Why is Ephesus important?

Why is Ephesus important? Ephesus remained the most important city of the Byzantine Empire in Asia after Constantinople in the 5th and 6th centuries. The loss of its harbor caused Ephesus to lose its access to the Aegean Sea, which was important for trade.

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