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Landscape to the east of Selge. Altınkaya, Antalya, Turkey
Turkey

Plot Saint Paul Trail, from Köprülü canyon to the ancient citySelge, Turkey. Here the trail passes through a rugged plateau with uniquenatural and man-made landscapes. Nature sculptured this vast array of largeconglomerate columnar separately, and people hard work completed thislandscape, turning the sloping mountain valleys and canyons in thecomfortable terraces for farming. It is hard to come up with a different type of man-made landscape is so natural and harmonious connection with nature.

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Uploaded: 13/05/2011
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Tags: nature; landscape; rocks; terraces; trail
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