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Dundar Termal Villaları
Turkey

Tel : +90 (272) 252 51 21 Gsm : +90 (533) 662 99 78 5 yıldızlı Otel konforunda, Afyon’un en lüks ve rahat butik tarzda hazırlanmış Termal Villaları. Afyon’daki eviniz.

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Uploaded: 04/05/2010
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