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Gumushane Ataturk Caddesi
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Gümüşhane Atatürk Caddesi

Copyright: Ibrahim tunca
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上传: 24/06/2012
更新: 05/08/2014
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Kov Kalesi 1
Kov Kalesi 2
Kov Kalesi 4
Kov Kalesi 3
Zigana Geçidi
Zigana Geçidi
Ugur Akbulut
Sumela Manastiri Avlu 1
Omer Vasfi Tuncel
Sumela Yolundan Manastir
mükail akdag
Sümela manastırı yanındaki harabe (Mükail Akdağ photography)
Santa harabeleri7 out
benjamin-suzanne
Les Orres: la piste de grand cabane
Bob Stapleton
Guildford Castle
Michael Pop
Tower of the saxon church in Laslea
Tom Sadowski
US National Toboggan Championship 2010 1
Jose Luis Perez
Destruction of the Lacandona Jungle
Tina Gauer & Oli Burle - www.360tourist.net
Oriental Shoes in Old Market
John Gore
Sunset from Jetty near Knysna River Club Resort
John Gore
Elephants at Hapoor Dam in Addo Elephant Park
Seungsang Yoo(유승상)
Franz Josef
Jose Luis Perez
Inside a Lacandon Kitchen
Ibrahim Tunca
Konya Furniture Industrial Area Pedestrian Overpass
Ibrahim Tunca
Yason Cape and Church
Ibrahim Tunca
Kutahya Archeology Museum and Great Mosque Square
Ibrahim Tunca
Uludag Cennetkaya
Ibrahim Tunca
Kutahya Kent Park
Ibrahim Tunca
Alaaddin Tepesi
Ibrahim Tunca
Kutahya Great Mosque Main Entrance
Ibrahim Tunca
Azot Sitesi
Ibrahim Tunca
Dumlupinar War Grave
Ibrahim Tunca
Kütahya Archeology Museum
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