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Amphitheatre
#1 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Pamukkale
Set in a lovely backdrop of rivers and fields, the amphitheatre transports you to back to the roman era of what could have been.. the ruins are well preserved and the view is breathtaking, definitely worth a visit
It is 15 minutes walk from ancient pool or travertine pools but it is well worthed to see breathtaking views and amazing pictures and feel the Romans who used to sit on those benches to watch the performances over...
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Hierapolis & Pamukkale
#2 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Pamukkale
Pamukkale, Hierapolis a place to see historical Roman ruins, theater, museum, ancient pool (need some attention and maintenance) as well as beautiful travertine pools and amazing views with your family.
During our visit the area was full of tulips and other flowers so the view was stunning.. the ancient theater, tombs and other ruins are a great reminder of hundreds of years of history that has happened here.
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Anatolia Cemetery
#3 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Pamukkale
It also provide with a nice panoramic view of the area.
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Road to Pamukkale
#4 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Pamukkale
This is on the way to the thermal spring site and worth a few photo-ops, have a good tourist guide if you wish to know the complete history.
So much to see and absorb is this world class heritage site.
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Byzantine Church
#5 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Pamukkale
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Laodicea Denizli 7.9 mi away
#1 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Denizli
You will get views of the Street to Syria, and Ephesos, still with columns, there is an old basilic, a theater for 8000 spectators, and nature gives it a special, imaginary flavour, which reminded us of... Narnia!
Our hotel recommended we visit Laodicea and explained it has only opened up to the public in recent years, excavation of site only been underway about 10 years (Turkeys best kept secret?).
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