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Waterpark Hotel Eftalia Aqua Resort 5, Turkey, Alanya, May 9, 2012
In this photo you can see a water park hotel Eftalia Aqua Resort 5. Also in this photo you can see the three-story building, one of the bars, a five-story buildings of two of the hotel. As you zoom in, you can see the mosque, which is located in the village Turkler. It can be seen if you look between the green and yellow slides. Also, when you zoom in, you can see the hotel, located close by. It can be seen if you look between the two staircases, stylized tower. This is a great water park, because all the slides, and especially blue, green line, and "toilet", make the heart beat faster.
Copyright: Pavel Zaytsev
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 21964x10982
Taken: 02/05/2012
Uploaded: 18/06/2012
Updated: 15/10/2014


Tags: aquapark; turkey; alanya; spring; sun
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