Pamukkale 2nd part; Ancient Roman City of Hierapolis

4-days Turkey Summer Solo Escapade
June 27 to July 03, 2014

Pamukkale 1st part; Walking to Travertine Terraces

How to go to Ancient City of Hierapolis;
From Denizli train station, I walked towards west for Denizli minibus terminal which has around 400m distance. Travel to Pamukkale is 30mins on 3.5TRY($1.67) fare. Minibus last stop is the Pamukkale bus station which is 500m walked to Traveltine Terraces. Admission fee is 25TRY($11.9) that includes entrance to Heirapolis Archeological Site, just right above the Travertine mountain. Only barefoot walking, any kind of footwear is not allowed. Photography and video taking is permitted. Monopod and tripod is also allowed.

Hierapolis was an ancient city located on hot springs in classical Phrygia in southwestern Anatolia. Its ruins are adjacent to modern Pamukkale in Turkey and currently comprise an archaeological museum designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The extensive ruins of the Roman mineral water spa city of Hierapolis include a grand theater, a vast North Necropolis, colonnaded street, baths, and numerous other ruined structures.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hierapolis

Ancient Roman City of Heirapolis

Ancient Roman City of Heirapolis

Ancient Roman City of Heirapolis

Ancient Roman City of Heirapolis

Ancient Roman City of Heirapolis

Ancient Roman City of Heirapolis

Ancient Roman City of Heirapolis

Ancient Roman City of Heirapolis

Ancient Roman City of Heirapolis

Ancient Roman City of Heirapolis

Ancient Roman City of Heirapolis

Ancient Roman City of Heirapolis

Ancient Roman City of Heirapolis


Pamukkale 3rd part; Parachute gliding high above Travertine
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