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Kutahya clock tower
Turkey
Copyright: Ahmet emin zırh
Typ: Spherical
Resolution: 8500x4250
Uppladdad: 05/01/2012
Uppdaterad: 19/02/2012
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Tags: clock; tower; saat; kule; saat kulesi; clock tower; kütahya; turkey; türkiye; anatolia; frigia
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