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246118 - Kelemciler Sokak - Bilecik Sanal Tur
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Kelemciler Sokak - 246118 “Kuruluştan Kurtuluşa Bilecik'te 360 Derece Panoramik Sanal Tur Projesi” www.bileciksanaltur.com Bilecik İl Kültür ve Turizm Müdürlüğü & Bursa Eskişehir Bilecik Kalkınma Ajansı Bilecik Sanal Tur Projesi kapsamında ilçemizden yüzlerce noktada 360 Derece yolculuk yapabilirsiniz. By the Virtual Tour Project of Bilecik you can visit hundreds of places via 360 Degree Panoramas. Bursa Eskişehir Bilecik Kalkınma Ajansı Mali Destek Programları Kapsamında Hazırlanan Bu Websitesinin İçeriği Bursa Eskişehir Bilecik Kalkınma Ajansı ve-veya Kalkınma Bakanlığının Görüşlerini Yansıtmamakta Olup İçerik İle İlgili Tek Sorumluluk Bilecik İl Kültür ve Turizm Müdürlüğüne Aittir.
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