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Transcript of Pamukkale
Pamukkale is a natural thermal water source located in Denizli, Turkey, and it is used for its healing waters.
As she was getting out of the water the Lord Denizli came by and saw her, and they fell in love. Soon after that they were married.
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P-A-M-U-K-K-A-L-E meaning " cotton castle" in turkish. Pamukkale got its name from the cloud-like hill it sits on. Pamuk comes from the latin word meaning cotton and kale meaning castle.
There is a legend about the natural healing properties in the Pamukkale waters.
Pamukkale is like steps up a mountain and is made from sedimentary rock that was deposited by water. The mineral rich water flowed down the side of the mountain and hollowed out large basins or pools of water. The water also smoothed and rounded the rocks to look like white cotton.
Pamukkale is a beautiful, natural landmark in Turkey.
Water pours over the basins of water at 400 liters per second.
The ancient people of Turkey said that Pamukkale was home to many of their gods.
In the first 6 months of 2013 Pamukkale attracted 722,000 visitors.
Pamukkale is famous for its benefits on the eyes and skin.
Pamukkale has been used as a health spa for over 2,000 years.
The water has a range of 97 degrees Fahrenheit.
By: Anna, Amiah, and Addie
There once was a girl who was unmarried and ugly, and everyday she was ignored by people who saw her on the streets.
Pamukkale is a natural hot spring that has been flowing out of Mt. Cokelez for thousands of years.
One day she had enough of it and decided to commit suicide by jumping off of a travertine, but she landed in the waters of Pamukkale.
As soon as she got out of the water, she realized that she was suddenly beautiful because of the natural healing properties in the water.
The Pamukkale thermal pools can accommodate about 6,000 people a day.
168,666 people visited Pamukkale in June of 2012, but 658,524 people visited in the whole year of 2012.
This year there have been 1,602,195 people who have visited Pamukkale.
Pamukkale has many visitors each year.