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Konya Gazi High School
Turkey
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Aziziye Mosque (Cami)
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Aziziye Mosque (Cami)
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Konya Gazi High School
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Ataturk Monument
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Konya Gazi High School
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Ataturk Museum
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Thin Minaret Museum (İnce Minare Müzesi)
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Sahib Ata Camii Inside
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Alaaddin Tepesi
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Shwedagon Paya Kakusandha Buddha Temple
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Ice cave under Svartisen glacier
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Marché Aligre
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Mill Lake Kalkan
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Iplikci Mosque
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Ahmethudai 2 Out
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Municipal Area (Belediye Alanı)
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Akyokuş Hill and the Restaurant
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Belediye On Out
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Japanese Park
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Atesbazi Shrine (turbe)
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