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Sevgi Golu 195
Turkey

Fairground and Port

The coastline between the Mert River and the port of Samsun has also been reorganized. In the past, the Fairground was jammed between the port and the railroad. It was arecreation area, but it was not as beautiful as it could have been. In addition, it was seldom used through out the year, usually only in the summers. The coastline is now open to both cars and pedestrians thanks to the and recreation areaand the zoo are two important facilities recently constructed by the Metropolitan Municipality. 

Copyright: Ahmet Muslim Makro360 Virtual Tour
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 7000x3500
Taken: 29/01/2013
Hochgeladen: 29/01/2013
Aktualisiert: 04/04/2015
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Tags: samsun; sevgi gölü; doğu park; canik
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