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Balıklıgöl, (Aynzeliha ve Halil-Ür Rahman Gölleri) Şanlıurfa şehir merkezinin güneybatısında yer alan ve İbrahim Peygamberin ateşe atıldığında düştüğü yer.

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Caricate: 01/03/2012
Aggiornato: 19/09/2014
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Tags: urfa; balıklıgöl; aynzeliha; halil-Ür rahman; şanlıurfa
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PoolofSacredFish
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