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Giant Atatürk Monument under Construction photographed on 23 October 2011
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This giant statue of Atatürk, created by the Georgian Sculptors Jumber and Valerian Jikiais, under construction in Artvin and once completed will be the largest such monument in Turkey. 

Copyright: Sebastian Bauer
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Geüpload: 26/10/2011
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