TRAVEL 16 February 2021 Swimming in the ancient pool in the middle of winter Posted By: administrator 0 Comment The pool with ancient ruins in Pamukkale, which is on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List, attracts the attention of tourists despite the cold weather in winter. Turkey’s most important tourism centers, despite the world-famous Pamukkale travertines white winter domestic and foreign tourists are showing intense interest. Tourists coming to Pamukkale, which impresses its visitors with its natural beauty and historical texture, enjoy walking on travertines. Visitors enjoying the natural environment in ‘White Paradise’ immortalize these moments by taking photos and videos with their mobile phones. In the Hierapolis Ancient City in Pamukkale, the 2,500-year-old Cleopatra ancient thermal pool, which has a water temperature of 36 degrees in summer and winter, attracts the attention of tourists coming to the region despite the winter season and cold weather. The Ancient Pool, which was formed naturally by the collapse of the columns and the accumulation of thermal water in Pamukkale, which has been known as a thermal treatment center since ancient times, in the earthquake in 692 AD, welcomes visitors from various countries of the world. The historical pool, which is believed to have been swimming by the Egyptian queen Cleopatra, offers its visitors the opportunity to swim among the ancient ruins. Until Svetla of tourists from Russia to Turkey Ivanov, Pamukkale fans that stayed stating, “We came from Moscow. Pamukkale, we recommend very nice to everyone. There is a great beauty. We’re Pool fans. Was fun to enter the cold weather, hot water,” he said. If Natasha Navikov, “Turkey is a beautiful country. We liked this place so much. We’re very pleased. The pool in is believed to Cleopatra’s face. To flourish We will enter the pool. Corona virus measures taken against very tight. hygiene emphasis is,” he said.