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Cumhuriyet Meydani 134
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Cumhuriyet Meydanı

Cumhuriyet Square and its surroundings

1. Mevlevihane, 2. Reji and Reji Avenue, 3. Metropolitan Municipality Culture Directorate (the old Polihron Hotel and Military Hospital), 4. The Armenian Theatre, 5. Aristophanes Theater, 6. Gazi Museum (the old Mantika Palace Hotel).

7. Cumhuriyet Square, 8. Tekel Directorate (the old Austro- Hungarian Empire Consulate), 9. Istiklal Business.

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Copyright: Ahmet Muslim Makro360 Virtual Tour
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Taken: 29/01/2013
Uploaded: 29/01/2013
Updated: 10/02/2015
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