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rumeli lighthouse harbour

Balık ve midye lokantalarıyla meşhur olan Rumelikavağı'na bu ilgi, özellikle midyenin anavatanı olarak adlandırıldığı için duyulmaktadır. Midyecilik kuşaklardır süregelen olgudur. Midyeciler çarşısı, Rumelikavağı girişindeki 31. bayır altında mevcuttur. Türkiye birçok illerine buradan midye gönderilmektedir.Kalite açısından midye deyince akla ilk Rumelikavağı gelmektedir. Ayrıca plajları ile ünlü olan Rumelikavağın'da 4 adet plaj bulunmaktadır.Altınkum,Elmaskum,Aile Plajı ve Askeri plajı. 

Copyright: Mehmet Ozcan
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10000x5000
Taken: 11/04/2009
Uploaded: 19/05/2009
Updated: 01/03/2015


Tags: rumeli feneri; lighthouse; istanbul; bosforus; end of bosforus; blacksea; karadeniz; harbour
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