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Archaeological excavation of Nerik 12-02, Turkey
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In 2012 the Turkish ministry of culture had withdrawn the permissions to do an active arch. excavation from all foreign archaeologist. All we could do was a documentation of the last years work and cleaning of the arch. areas to do some aerial photography.

Copyright: Heiner Straesser Der Panoramafotograf.Com
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Caricate: 14/12/2012
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Tags: hittite; religion; archaeology; nature; outdoors; anatolia; history; sun
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