Himeji Castle | Japan The largest and most visited castle in Japan, its construction dates back to 1333 by ruler Akamatsu Norimura. It is comprised of 83 buildings which were built to serve as defensive forts during the feudal period. The castle is frequently called Hakuro-jo which means “White Heron Castle;” it refers to the white exterior and shape of the architecture, resembling a bird taking flight.
Pamukkale (Turkish) is ‘cotton castle’ and it likes the white castle. This beautiful spot is formed because of calcite in the water which have high concentration and become one of the most visited places in Turkey.