Giresun’s Pamukkale: Goksu Travertines
More than 60 thousand people visited the Goksu travertines, known as Giresun’s Pamukkale, consisting of white stones and turquoise-colored ponds where mineral water flows.
More than 60 thousand people visited Goksu travertines, which consist of turquoise colored ponds and white stones in Giresun, where mineral water flows. Numerous ponds were created.
According to the information received from Giresun Special Provincial Administration officials, more than 60 thousand people have visited the travertines since the day they were opened to visitors.
Duygu Kocaoglu, who came to the city from Samsun to visit the city, told Anadolu Agency (AA) that she and her friends visited the Goksu travertines they saw on the internet. Expressing that the travertines are a magnificent place with their visuals, Kocaoglu said, “Obviously, it is more beautiful than we expected, it is a place that suits Giresun and the Eastern Black Sea Region.
We came here from the Blue Lake. We liked it. Explaining that she visited the travertines for the first time, Dilek Kucuk said, “It is a very beautiful place like Pamukkale. I hope our people will keep it clean and it will not deteriorate. I never expected it to be like this. I was very surprised by such a place in the Eastern Black Sea. The turquoise color is beautiful, the water is cold. ” said.
“Pamukkale was under our feet, but we did not know”
Gulizar Dost, who came from the Gorele district of Giresun, stated that she was amazed by the Goksu travertines and said, “I always wanted to go to Pamukkale, but we did not know that Pamukkale was under our feet. God bless the builders.
This is a beautiful, super place. They always said so. All of them. “We didn’t expect this place to be beautiful, we were lucky. It will grow and become beautiful.” His daughter, Su Aydin, emphasized that travertines are a place that people should value and protect.