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Beykoz Anadolu Lisesi Konferans Salonu - Beykoz Sanal Tur
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Beykoz Anadolu Lisesi Konferans Salonu 239820

Beykoz Belediyesi Sanal Tur Projesi kapsamında ilçemizden yüzlerce noktada 360 Derece yolculuk yapabilirsiniz. 

By the Virtual Tour Project of Beykoz Municipality you can visit hundreds of places via 360 Degree Panoramas.

www.beykozsanaltur.com

Copyright: Ahmet Muslim Makro360 Virtual Tour
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
Taken: 31/07/2013
Uploaded: 31/07/2013
Updated: 16/02/2015
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