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Great andrebonavita 2005-04-22 9:05

Great shot Jean!

Cood colors and composition! I Really like the perspective of the Aqueduct, it has a infinite look, like has no end!

The reflex in the river are amazing, its look a mirror! Great note too!

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André

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Old 04-23-2005, 12:10 PM
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Default To rbcy1974: Hi Daniel,

You should definitely go there, you will love it.. Dont forget the name: Yedigöller (Seven Lakes)!
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Old 04-23-2005, 12:16 PM
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Default Re: To rbcy1974: Hi Daniel,

Is it far from Istanbul? Basically my mom may come to visit, and since my uncle is working in Istanbul, we would think of going there. I was thinking of redoing my 1999 trip going to Kars, Doubeyasit, etc, but for only 10 days is a bit tight, so I was tinking Safranoboulu and surrounding areas, Konya Capadocia, So more central anatolia than eastern this time. Maybe you have some recomendations for nice untouristy places.

What will you do with your saturday?
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Old 04-23-2005, 03:28 PM
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Default Re: To rbcy1974: Hi Daniel,

no, its close to Istanbul (Its in Bolu restrict (Bolu is a city, everyone knows it) somewhere between Ankara
and Istanbul, (its very close to Safranbolu as far as i remember..) you should go to Amasra (western Black Sea cost) which is a small fishing town..nice place too)
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