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Ein genialer Ausblick und 360° Rundumblick von der historischen Burg auf dem Berg von Alanya (Alanja) in der Türkei.

Direkt am Mittelmeer gelegen zeigt das Panorama die teilweise noch gut erhaltenen Mauern der alten Burg.

Aus einer Höhe von 250 mtr. ist der Blick über die ganze Stadt und über die Strände von Alanya wirklich sehenswert.

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