WITWDaniel11.6.12This WITW is a natural site (city) called Pamukkale.Pamukkale is located in the south-west part of turkey in Denizli ProvincePamukkale in Turkish means "cotton castle".Tourism is a major aspect to this site. People have went in and washed in the hot springs for over 1000's of years. It also a terrific site to see and I hope to visit it one day.In about the mid 20th century hotels and roads were already being built at the site but when Pamukkale became a World Heritage Site the roads and hotels were taken right out causing no more harm to this amazing site, Pamukkale.Bibliography:Jimmy WalesWikipediaInternet sourcehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PamukkaleJune 12 2011
I don't know what this is yet, but those look like an awsome place to BELLY SLIDE!! Yaaa!
WITWTaylor2011.6.15-This weeks WITW is the PamukkalE.-Pamukkale is located in the south west of Turkey-IN the 20th century many roads and hotels were built here but because it became a World Heritage Site the were soon destroyed.- It is a hot spring. It took over thousands of years for the Pamukkale to form this way.
This week’s “Where in the World” is Pamukkale, which means “cotton castle” in Turkish. -Located in Turkey, Denizili. - 37° 54' 57" North, 29° 6' 46" East-There are 17 hot springs whose temperatures range from 35 degrees C to 100 degrees C -This site is made of limestone-laden which makes the stalactites, potholes, and cataracts -The pools are full of minerals- The Pamukkale hotel surrounds the “Sacred” pools“Map Landia” Online. June 16“Wikipedia” Online. June 16< http://www.maplandia.com/turkey/denizli/pamukkale/>“Kusadasi” Online. June 16< http://www.maplandia.com/turkey/denizli/pamukkale/>“Turkey Travel Planner” Oline. June 16< http://www.maplandia.com/turkey/denizli/pamukkale/>
PamukkalePamukkale, meaning "cotton castle" in Turkish, is a place in Denizli Province in southwestern Turkey. The water in pamukkale are calcium bicarbonate at 33C. Located 20 kilometers from the town of Denizli, Pamukkale is one of the most interesting places in the world, justly famous not only for the entrancing beauty of its unique geological formations but also for its historical remains.Latitude:37.910988°Longitude:29.1213038°
WITW by Jared, 11.6.16This weeks WITW is called Pamukkale.Pamukkale is located in north-west turkey in Istanbul, Turkey 37°55.23′N 29°07.26′E.Pamukkale in the Turkish language means "cotton castle".It was declared a "World Heritage Site" many people have bathed in the pools for several hundred years.By mid-20th century there were hotels and roads surrounding the site, but when it was declared a "World Heritage Site" the roads and hotels were torn down.
The WITIW this week is Pamukkale, meaning cotton castle in Turkish. It is located in South-western Turkey in the Denizli Province. It is in the Inner Aegean region, in the River Menderes valley. It is considered a 'city' and has clear, hot springs and travertines, traces of carbonate minerals left by the running water.The city is ancient and has a Greco-Roman style.It was built on top os the white 'castle'. In total, the 'castle' is 2,700 metres long, 600 m wide and 160 m high. it can be seen from the hills opposite of the valley in the town of Denizli.Tourisim is a major indusry. People love to come and bathe in the pools. They have for thousands of years.
WITW Gage :/)) 16.06.11 The WITW this week is Pamukkale. The Pamukkale is a natural place. This place is in Turkey. Pamukkale means 'cotton castle' in Turkish. It is made of limestone. It is located above the theater of Hierapolis. The water is collected in apool called 'the sacred pool'. The waters at Pamukkale are supposed to cure asthma and rheumatis. 37° 55′ 13.8″ N, 29° 7′ 15.6″ Ehttp://www.kusadasi.biz/pamukkale/ - Pamukkale http://toolserver.org/~geohack/geohack.php?pagename=Pamukkale¶ms=37_55.23_N_29_07.26_E_region:TR_type:city - GeoHack Pamukkale
This W.I.T.W. is a city called Pamukkale.It is located in TurkeyIt is a World Heritage siteIt means "cotton castle" in TurkishThe city has hot springs and travertines, terraces of carbonate minerals left by the flowing water.The terraces are made of travertine, a sedimentary rock deposited by water from the hot springs.Pamukkale is a tourist attraction
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