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Nerik 10-7
Turkey

After renovating the old school of Oymaagac with the help of local workers, the archaeologist could move in in August 2007. Beside a kitchen and two sleeping-rooms, there are the working-rooms of the scientists. The area with the small squares is used to sort the pottery from the excavation.  More panoramas at www.derPanoramafotograf.com

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