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Travertine Pools of Pamukkale, Turkey, by hexodus..., via Flickr

Pamukkale- in Aegean area of Turkey. Literally means ‘cotton castle.’ Array of hot springs and travertines featuring various natural therapeutic chemicals.

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Norway hotsprings

Blue Lagoon Hot Springs, Iceland man-made bodies of water, but the springs are heated naturally with the volcanic activity on the island. The springs are especially beautiful in the snowy winter, and the water still quite toasty.

The Dunes of Lencois, Brazil

Lençóis Maranhenses National Park in Brazil. It’s an area composed of sand dunes that gets flooded by rainwater every year to create these gorgeous freshwater lagoons. One of the places I must visit in my lifetime.

Pamukkale - Turquia // Памуккале, Турция

1995 - Natural phenomenom in Turkey. Pammukale is a gorgeous natural tourist attraction in Turkey. It's a bunch of ever-changing cascading pools formed by hot springs, which trickle down and re-deposit the limestone-based travertines.

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Pamukkale, Turkey (2000 hits).

Cotton Castle - Pamukkale, Turkey (terraces of carbonate minerals formed due to flowing water)

Pamukkale (The Cotton Castle), Turkey