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Giant Atatürk Monument under Construction photographed on 23 October 2011
Turkey

This giant statue of Atatürk, created by the Georgian Sculptors Jumber and Valerian Jikiais, under construction in Artvin and once completed will be the largest such monument in Turkey. 

Copyright: Sebastian bauer
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Uploadet: 26/10/2011
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