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Porta Monastery on 18 September 2011 with surroundin Landscape
Turkey

Porta Monastary is a very old monestary that was presumably abandoned after the first Wprld War and now is decaying slowy but surely, but still visited by some rare visitors who have to manage an incredible road to get there.

Copyright: Sebastian bauer
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Uploaded: 02/02/2014
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