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* Bathe in the mineral hot springs. This is an enclosed pool, with an additional entrance fee of 50 TL as of May 2019, above waterfalls.
 
* Bathe in the mineral hot springs. This is an enclosed pool, with an additional entrance fee of 50 TL as of May 2019, above waterfalls.
 
* Of moderate interest might be visiting [[Denizli]]. It's a bit dull but there's a lively market.
 
* Of moderate interest might be visiting [[Denizli]]. It's a bit dull but there's a lively market.
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*<do name="5 Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in Pamukkale" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="" url="http://www.allistanbultours.com/turkey-travel/ephesus-tours/" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">One of Turkey's most famous landmarks, splashed across tourist brochures and posters, Pamukkale is a marvellously surreal natural wonder that is a must-do on your Turkish travels. Rippling out in a series of semi-circular travertines, this pure-white mountain makes for some bizarrely beautiful photographic opportunities set as it is among green farming fields. Up on the summit lie the remains of the Roman spa town of Hierapolis with the renowned hot spring pools where you can do as the Roman's did and bathe away your aches and pains.</do>
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