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Cambasi yaylasi 1
Turkey

Türkiye'nin yüzölçüm olarak en büyük yaylası olan Çambaşı yaylası, Ordu ili şehir merkezine yaklaşık 61 km uzaklıktadır. Konaklama, piknik, mesire yerleri bulunan yaylada eşsiz manzara ve muhteşem doğayla baş başa kalabilirsiniz. 

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Uploaded: 06/10/2010
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