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Oyuk Tepe combat zone- F NO 1616
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Kütahya il merkezinde, Yeşilbayır Köyü, Oyuktepe Mevkii’nde yer alır. Kütahya-Eskişehir Muharebelerinde Oyuktepe de önemli bir savunma alanıdır.

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