Cotton Castle

Hi guys! Today I’ll show you some little segments of my short trip to Cotton Castle. I’m sure you’ve heard of that place that looks really like a fairytale.

The area is famous for a carbonate mineral left by the flowing water. It’s located in Turkey’s Inner Aegean region, which has a temperate climate for most of the year. Known as Pamukkale (Cotton Castle), but also known by name Hierapolis (Holy City) terraces are made of travertine, a sedimentary rock deposited by water from the hot spring.

And I really need to tell you that it’s really warm there. I went out in August and in spite of the heat that was in that period of the year, I thought that there was a warmer couple there twice. At least I felt that way. It’s pretty warm, so I advise you to visit this place, if you have not already, and you have a wish, when it’s not so warm. Let’s say, in autumn, because I think you’ll enjoy so much more.

In this area, there are 17 hot water springs in which the temperature ranges from
35 °C to 100 °C. In addition, at that place, you can see one of the historical sites, as well as a museum. The museum has a large section devoted to artifacts found at Beycesultan that includes some of the most beautiful examples of Bronze Age craft.

The museum’s exhibition space consists of three closed areas of the Hierapolis Bath and the open areas in the eastern side which are known to have been used as the library and gymnasium. The artifacts in open exhibition space are mostly marble and stone. Hierapolis is broken down into ruins.

Which means you would not repent if you decide that this will be one of your next tourist destinations. What else I would like to emphasize is that many terraces are dryed up, so most of these terraces does not look credible with the pictures, but I certainly think it is desirable to go and see this magnificent historical site. I used to take this time, apart from using it to get to know a better place, I used it from photography, of course.

As I already told you, animal print is a total trend this year, and I love it anyway, so I had to bring one of them this year too. It blended nicely with the white terraces, which were further boosted by my dark tan and led to the expression of my bathers. I also love one-piece swimsuits, so I decided this time for orange. Love this color in the summer!

I hope you’ll love this option for your next trip and of course your idea for a hot look everywhere in hot summer days! See you soon.


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