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Damlataş Cave
Turkey
Дамлата́ш (тур. Damlataş Mağarası) — пещера в центре города Аланья, Турция, у западного подножья полуострова. Название Дамлаташ можно перевести с турецкого как «камень в каплях» (тур. damla — капля, taş — камень).
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Uploaded: 25/02/2011
Updated: 11/08/2014
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