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Kutahya Hisar Castle West View
Turkey

Kütahya Castle consists of three parts. The inner fortress, castles were built after the up and down. Inner fort is entered through two gates. Up the castle (the actual name of a castle) there are two doors on the east. One is ruined. The interior castle, Up in the castle and the west. Here is a small mosque, two warehouses, the cisterns, guard and military circles there are dormitories and the surrounding area is about 800 meters.

Copyright: Ibrahim Tunca
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
Taken: 27/11/2011
Uploaded: 27/11/2011
Updated: 05/08/2014
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Tags: kütahya; hisar; kale; aizanoi
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