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Ishan Monastery under the Dome on 2 September 2011
Turkey

This is a very old monestary, unfortunately quite destroyed particularly in its lower parts which are accessible to the public. The road to get there is quite difficult and an adventure, but it is worth it!

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Uploaded: 03/09/2011
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