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Zeytinbagi, Turkey
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Zeytinbagi is a small town on the southern part of the Sea of Marmara, not far away from Mudanya. The name Zeytinbagi means olive garden, and the hills around the town are full of olive trees. Until the 1920s many Greek people lived here. From that time you can still find many old houses. Many of them are in ruins, but step by step more and more are restored.

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Tags: village; street; old house; architecture; greek village; promenade; sea; sunset; darkness; restaurants
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