Pamukkale literally means, “cotton castle” in Turkish and with over two million visitors annually it is one of Turkey’s top attractions and a precious in the world with its cotton-look terraces. Its natural site is located in Denizli in southwestern Turkey. Pamukkale is famous for its surreal, brilliant white travertine terraces and warm springs. There are some interesting places to visit in Pamukkale.
Built-in the Ottoman and Islamic architecture, the mosque is magnificent beyond belief. Built by Mimar Sinan, this mosque is a place that has historical importance, but this mosque also holds religious importance and falls in the European part of Turkey. The Ottoman imperial mosque was designed by one of the most distinguished architects of the Ottoman Empire, Mimar Sinan. The Selimiye Mosque and its Social Complex have been recognized as a World Heritage site by UNESCO. This is one of the most visited in the list of Turkey famous places.