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Cumalikizik, Turkey
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Cumalikizik ist ein kleines Dorf in der Nähe der Millionenstadt Bursa. Hier gibt es noch die traditionellen Häuser aus osmanischer Zeit. Inzwischen wurde der Ort vom Tourismus entdeckt, was dazu führte, das mit der Restauration der Häuser begonnen wurde. Zur Zeit leben die Einwohner noch ihr traditionelles Leben, doch wird sich das mit zunehmendem Tourismus ändern.

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Cumalikizik, Turkey
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