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Maltas, Phrygien, Türkei
Turkey

Maltaş, phrygisches Fassadenmonument aus dem 8.Jhdt. v.Chr. Die untere Hälfte des Monuments liegt noch unter der angeschwemmten Erde verborgen.

Copyright: Heiner straesser - derpanoramafotograf.com
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Hochgeladen: 26/11/2012
Aktualisiert: 29/05/2014
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Tags: phrygian; religion; history; archaeology; outdoors; monument; rock relief; ancient art
  • vb over 1 year ago
    wie sieht es jetzt aus ? noch unter der erde verborgen ?
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