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Tunektepe Antalya
Turkey

Antalya'ya tepeden bakabileceğiniz en yakın gözlem noktalarından olan tünektepe 'de yaz aylarında açık olan bir açıkhava diskosu yer alıyor.

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Uploaded: 11/02/2010
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