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... of carbonate minerals left by the flowing water.
Then with our shoes back on, explored the ruins of the ancient city, Hierapolis. I regret that we didn’t have the time to do a paraglide over the spectacular scene.
We had a look in at the Ancient Baths that are 36 ...
... It's pretty cool, although not very well organized. There's also a large agora, gymnasium, bath houses, theater, and several monumental gates that have been excavated. I didn't realize this before, but St. Philip was martyred here in the 1st century AD and his tomb is located in the martyrium just outside the ancient site.
I'm looking forward to turning some of these photos into panoramas - the view from the top of the travertines was phenomenal.
... ancient city of Roman origin, once again high up. This is a very special place as it is sited on travertines, calcium bicarbonate deposits that have formed beautiful white terraces with thermally heated water running over them and forming pools. There were also impressive ruins - this would have been a huge city in Roman times and what a place with the pools so close. Once again we were able to walk over them, paddle in the pools etc.
ten minutes after ...
... to seven, which accounts for just one barren season if it is just three or four seeds, or two barren seasons (half the year) if she ate six or seven seeds.
... and headed straight for Hierapolis. We very fortunately drove past the crowds heading up to the waterfalls and went round the back to an empty car park and entered the Roman city by the back door, though the grave yard actually... The city is just huge and I took a photo of the city plan so one could have an idea of it. It's a 2C spa town, set on hillside with hot (and they are hot) mineral rich waters flowing through the city. Below is an ...