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Note : Translation using Yahoo Babel! Fish – Spanish to English Pamukkale
Pamukkale is one of the most extraordinary natural wonders of Turkey. The great attraction is the immensity of the white rocky crag with its carved, sinks full of water (with congealed parts), that look like they are made of snow, clouds or cotton.
The scientific explanation has to do with hot thermal parts that lodge underneath the mount which cause the calcium carbonate spill, that is then solidified on the exterior as travertino marble.
The Turks call this extraordinary Natural Wonder "Pamukkale", translated means "Castle of Cotton" and, as can be observed, people bathe there.
The action of the different mineral waters that contain calcium oxides have left incredible marks in the structures. This fascinating landscape is protected to ensure its preservation.
The resulting effect of the water falling on a series of pads is spectacular, as it forms immense and solid cascades.
The sun light that illuminates the cascades changes the colour of the water, creating a spectacular effect.
Sometimes the cascades are white, other times blue, green or even red… The spectacle is overwhelming!
The continuing dynamics of the erosion has transformed this natural landscape into a beautiful matchless site.
Pamukkale, is without a doubt, one of the most original phenomena found in nature.