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Bird Rocks
Turkey

Kus Kayasi ( Bird Rocks ) is a monument has been built druing Roman Empire in A.D. 41-54. by East States Costruction Legion Knight Tiberius Julius Cotys.


Bird Rocks is 4 km from Amasra, Bartin

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Copyright: Hakan Durgut
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6324x3162
Caricate: 16/07/2009
Aggiornato: 24/09/2014
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Tags: kus kayasi; bird rock; bird rocks; amasra
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