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Washington - Denizli
2 stop - 12h 45m
03 June 2017, Saturday 22:00
Washington - Denizli
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11 July 2017, Tuesday 23:05
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01 August 2017, Tuesday 23:05
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30 June 2017, Friday 23:05
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02 June 2017, Friday 23:00
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05 June 2017, Monday 23:00
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15 July 2017, Saturday 23:00
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Istanbul - Denizli
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10 June 2017, Saturday 22:00
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31 May 2017, Wednesday 09:15
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08 June 2017, Thursday 08:55
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Denizli, Turkey

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Located in the southwestern part of the Anatolian Peninsula, Denizli has been a settlement since the chalcolithic ages and is the meeting point of Aegean, Middle Anatolia and Mediterranean Regions. Commerce and communication center of the area, Denizli is known for its textile products, travertine and rooster.

The old city of Denizli is 6-7 km away from today's city center and it contains 19 ancient cities and 1000 registered cultural property. The city which was destructed by a massive earthquake in 7th century A.C. had been established by the Syrian King II. Antiokhos in 261-245 B.C and is named after the queen Laodikeia. Denizli has also witnessed the Byzantine-Seljuk Wars. Going under the domination of several Turkish chiefdoms for a while under the name of Ladik, then the city was occupied by Ottomans. Mentioned with such names as Tunguzlu, Tenguzlug, Tonguzlug in historical documents, it's predicted that the city's names is coming from the old Turkish word Tengiz which means sea.

Places to Visit in Denizli

Denizli is a city to be visited with great admiration, engraved like a piece of art by Anatolia. Once you visit this wonder of nature you'll regret not visiting here before and as you leave you'll feel like leaving a part of yourself here.

Pamukkale, a natural sit area on the valley of Menderes welcomes you like a bride with its white travertines. The water coming from the fountain contains calcium hydrogen carbonate which creates the formation named "travertine" once it touches oxygen. In Pamukkale archeological site which is in the list of UNESCO's World Heritage List since 1988 there's also Hierapolis Ancient City. The reason why it's known as the "Holy City" in archeology literature is because it contains many temples and religious structures. Becoming an important city during the realms of the Roman and Byzantine Empires, Hierapolis was also the heart of Christianity after 4th century A.C.

Martyrdom and Tomb of St Philippe who was one of the apostles of Christ is also in this site. The biggest structure of Hierapolis the Roman Bath serves as Hierapolis Archeology Museum since 1984. Laodicea is another ancient city established in 6 km north of Denizli. It was one of the most important cities of Anatolia in 1st century B.C. There're many monumental structures and artworks in the site. Another thing about this ancient city is that Holy Cross Church which is mentioned in Bible and has magnificent architectural features is also located here. The rooster figures which are engraved on marbles and lamps in Laodicea indicates that the famous Denizli rooster which is an indigenous animal existed back then. Specialty of this rooster is that it crows for a long time.

All ancient cities in Pamukkale archeological site are museums. Other than that Atatürk and Ethnography Museum in Denizli city center's building was built by the end of 19th century by Kilon Vandazoflus who is of Greek origin. In this museum where cultural properties of ethnographic significance are exhibited there's also the room where Atatürk stayed during his visit to Denizli. Folkloric Rag Doll Museum is a boutique museum for the enthusiasts.

Every place you see in Denizli is a wonder of nature all by itself. Caves, lakes, flatlands, canyons… You can't even count it. Rooster Mountain National Park, Kartal Lake Protected Area, Akdağ and Babadağ contain many endemic plants. In this magnificent atmosphere the nature is calling you for water surf, rafting, ski and winter sports, trekking and paragliding.

Located on the Historical Silk Road, there're many examples of local architecture in Denizli like baths, madrasahs, caravanserais, mosques and shrines. Acıpayan Yazır and Boğaziçi Mosques and Akhan and Çardakhan Caravanserais are the most important one of these. Servergazi, Mehmet Gazi, Fatma Hanım, Ahi Sinan, Mahmut Gazi, Yatağan Baba and Hüsamettin Bey Shrines are the main shrines. There're many alternatives in the city to witness the folkloric culture of the region, shop and taste the cuisine. Historical bazaars and souvenir shops are full of local handicrafts. Denizli is a worldwide known textile producer with its legacy in this field since the ancient times. Hand woven and authentic textile products are exported to all over the world from Denizli. Wool and raw silk becomes a carpet in looms with the experience of master hands. Leather work is also as old as weaving in Denizli. This craft was brought here by Turkic tribes and has remained its significance since today. Glass art and pottery are also among the intangible cultural heritage of Denizli.

But that's not all about the cultural richness of Denizli: there's the production of knife, pocket knife, hand brush hook, axe, scissor, ploughshare production with forging in Yatağan. Located on the extension of Alps, there are many natural stones in Denizli. The city also exports travertine stone which is special to this area. If you like to get some unusual gifts to your loved ones Denizli is the place for you. Denizli is also the hometown of wine and roasted chickpea with its fertile soils. It’s the mother land of 22 different types of roasted chickpeas and the oldest known grape of Anatolia, Çalkarası.

What to Eat in Denizli

The main dishes of Denizli are vegetable dishes. There're especially many eggplant dishes. Okra, cowpea, hibiscus salads are the most delicious ones. Tas kapaması, kumbar stuffing, vinaigrette meat, chickpeas with meat, tandır, kol dolması, ciğer sarma, arabaşı, keşkek, saçta işkembe are main dishes. Also Denizli's specialty kebab is very famous. For deserts pumpkin desert, pestil, baklava and aşure are suggested.

Denizli is also preferred for health tourism since the ancient times with its thermal waters. People with heart, skin, eye, immune, rachitism, blood pressure, rheumatic diseases come to Denizli with the hope of curing their diseases. It's also told be good for stomach diseases when drank cool.

Denizli is a big city. It's among 10 biggest economies of Turkey with its university, international congress centers, culture art festivals, folkloric festivals, industry, economy and tourism.

How to Go to Denizli

Denizli has been an intersection point, commerce and communication center since the ancient times. You can get here via trains, buses or planes. Çardak Airport which is 60 km away from Denizli center and 5 km away from Çardak County.

Denizli is in the middle of İzmir-Aydın, Antalya-Muğla and Afyon-Ankara highways and that's why it's really easy to transit to other cities from here. The city is 488 km away from Ankara, 633 km away İstanbul a 268 km away from İzmir.

With all of its features, there're many reasons to see Denizli but not one excuse. It's only a flight ticket away. 

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