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Termessos 6, Türkei
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in den Fels geschlagene Grabanlage, oben zwei Kammergräber und darunter Nischen mit Sarkophagen. Die ganze Gegend ist von dichter Vegetation bedeckt. Dadurch hat man das Gefühl ein Entdecker in unbekanntem Gebiet zu sein.

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