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The Atatuerk Monument
Kusadasi
View over the town from the Atatuerk Monument. It is a picnic- area and has a very nice view over the city and harbour. Huge cruise ships come and go - like the children around. They kept remakable distance until I invited them for a photo. Also the "Birds Island" can be seen - where Kusadasi has it´s name from. Earlier in the medevial it was called "Scala Nova" and before "Neapolis".
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Uploaded: 16/09/2008
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A premier holiday resort on the west coast of Turkey about 90 kilometers south of Izmir, Kudasi offers virtually everything holiday goers could wish for – a Mediterranean climate of hot summers and mild winters and 300 days of sunshine per year, historical sites close by, and lots of sandy beaches. The pretty city itself offers a wide array of restaurants and cafes, many under palm tress, offering typical Aegean culinary delights, including freshly caught fish and seafood. From here, visitors can view spectacular sunsets over the Agean and stroll through the historic town visiting the various sites.