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Anadolu Kavagi
Istanbul

Marmara Denizi ile Karadeniz'in bağlantı noktasına hakim bir noktada konumlanan, Doğu Roma döneminden kalma kale, mahallenin turiziminin ana dayanağıdır. Bir diğer turistik öğe de mahallenin balıkçı restoranlarıdır. Bunlar sayesinde yaz aylarında mahalle nüfusunun 4-5 katı turist çekebilmektedir. Yerli turist daha çok karayoluyla gitmeyi tercih ederken, yabancı turistler daha çok şehir hatlarının gezi vapuruyla gitmeyi tercih ederler.

Copyright: Mehmet Ozcan
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8000x4000
Taken: 19/03/2009
Uploaded: 19/03/2009
Updated: 01/03/2015
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Tags: anadolu kavagı; istanbul; bosphorus; blacksea; marmara sea; mehmet ozcan; 360; turkey
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