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Black Sea / Unye
Turkey

After a windy afternoon in April, photos were taken at the edge Ünye Black Sea. this just the edge of the area is located in the mall called Ünye Çamlık. View here really pleasant to look at the sea, not far from the center of the most beautiful side of the city.

Copyright: Hakan Kuru
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Resolution: 15196x7598
Uploaded: 27/04/2011
Updated: 17/10/2014
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Tags: Ünye; Çamlık; doğa; nature; black sea; ordu; sea; deniz
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