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Legend of Niobe is unique to Anatolia. Niobe was born in Sipylos (Manisa), where his father was a king. He grew up with TanriÁa Leto and they had a friendship with him. Thebai King gave birth to Amphion and gave birth to 12 children, six of whom were six. The myth stems from the fact that Niobe has many children. Niobe himself was a tutor of goddess Leto, and the goddess had two children, and I was proud of a dozen. Apollon and Artemis are very keen to see Niobe. With the arrows, they killed all the children of Niobe. The sadness of losing his children, the Niobe stone was cut. The legend still lives today in the Manisa region. There is a rock in the form of a woman's face, and in the form of eyes, the waters of the two hollows. Hades' Abduction of Persephone Persephone is the daughter of Zeus and Demeter. According to mythology, one day Persephone was collecting flowers in the dirt, and suddenly the soil was split. Hades, with his car, catches her and misses him. Demeter's daughter called Persephone everywhere, but she can't find it. In the end, the All-seeing Sun God, Helios, shows Demeter the place where Persephone is located. The Persephone, which was abducted by the underground, began the masses, the fertility remained, the seasons were always short. Persephone ate the fruit of the pomegranate given to him by Hades and was connected to the gods with magic. In this event, Zeus intervened and ensured that half of the year, ie, Demeter, remained on the ground at the time of flowering and fruit. Persephone spends the next half of the year with her husband, Hades. Between the creation of the seasons and Hades' fleeing of Persphone, a connection with this mythology was established.

The city, also known as the healing city, has contributed significantly to the development of health tourism with its thermal spring waters. In every season, the city welcomes its guests from all over the world. Because the minerals found in the thermal waters have become the center of healing for many diseases such as rheumatism and cardiovascular diseases.