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Archaeological excavation of Nerik 11-11, Turkey
Turkey

For aerial photography there was a multicopter in use with a camera underneath. The only problem was landing because of very gusty wind. Here you can see a child trying to catch the landing multicopter.

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Tags: nerik; hittite; archaeology; history; excavation
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