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Devil's Canyon (Cehennem Deresi Kanyonu) on 7 August 2011
Turkey

This gorge, which in Turkish is referred to as "Cehennem Deresi Kanyonu" is an exceptionally impressive gorge near the upper end of the future Deriner Reservoir and in the vicinity of the City ofArdanuç. Access to it is through a very narrow passage where boulders having fallen down from above hang above one's head being squeezed in between the vertical rock faces. Further up the canyon opens a little only toe become again so narrow that one almost lo longer can see the sky. Its shear beauty is simply overwhelming.

Fortunately it will not be inundated by the futureDerinerReservoirLake.

Copyright: Sebastian bauer
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 13518x6759
Subida: 17/08/2011
Actualizado: 06/08/2014
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