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Anfi Tiyatro Tribunler 191
Turkey

East Park (Doğu Parkı)

This area, on the eastern side of Samsun, between the coastline and the highway, has been reorganized. Playgrounds, sports fields, rest areas and small gardens full of flowers are in the area that lies between the mouth of the Mert River and the entrance to the harbour where the "Bandırma" steamer dropped anchor. The area is also largely forested. The recreation facilities of Samsunspor (the sports club of Samsun) are also here. In addition, nice walking and jogging paths attract people of all ages to this area. 

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Taken: 29/01/2013
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Updated: 10/02/2015
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