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Exotic Turkey

Can't wait to experience this beautifull country again....

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ISTANBUL

Shopping in the Grand Bazaar of Istanbul....wow... what an experience🤗🤗🤗

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Another one of my favourites 💞

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Die wêreld is n pragtige plek.... met soveel om te ontdek!

Stunning

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Love Turkey Good Memories with my bestie 💞

Mal oor Turkey

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Alles!!!🤣🤣🤣

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Uzengöl

Uzengöl is the picturesque village in the Trabzon Province (East Black Sea), that was formed by a landslide, which transformed the stream bed into a natural dam. Today a popular tourist attraction.

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Uzengöl

Uzengöl is the picturesque village in the Trabzon Province (East Black Sea), that was formed by a landslide, which transformed the stream bed into a natural dam. Today a popular tourist attraction.

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Lyk my ek moet defnitief teruggaan Turkye toe - saammet jou dié keer!

Beautiful

Ezra Chesno Kleb

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WATERFRONT MANSIONS ON THE BANKS OF THE BOSPHORUS.

Derived from the Greek Yialas, meaning seashore, these 17th century mansions whose architectural styles can only be seen as 'eclectic', were once summer abodes for the Turkish bourgeoisie during the Ottoman empire.

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WATERFRONT MANSIONS ON THE BANKS OF THE BOSPHORUS.

Derived from the Greek Yialas, meaning seashore, these 17th century mansions whose architectural styles can only be seen as eclectic,  were once summer abodes for the Turkish bourgeoisie during the Ottoman empire.

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