The Heart Of Anatolia (Denizli 2)
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  • Denizli 2
  • Pamukkale Kocacukur Side and Ancient Water Source
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  • Pamukkale (Hierapolis)
  • The calcium travertines at Pamukkale (Hierapolis)
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  • The Honaz Mountain
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  • The Boz (Grey) Mountain
  • The Karcı Mountain
  • The Beşparmak( Five - Finger ) Mountain
  • The (Great squirrel) Büyük Çökelez Mountain
  • The Ak (White) Mountain
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  • The Plateau of Süleymanlı
  • The Taşdelen Plateau The Plateau of Taşdelen
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  • The Plateau of Yatağan Kefe The Plateau of Yatağan Kefe
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  • The Plateau of Topuklu The Plateau of Topuklu
  • The lake Çardak
  • The lake Süleymanlı
  • The lake Işıklı
  • The lake eagle
  • The lake secret
  • The dam lake of Adıgüzel
  • The Büyük Menderes (Meander ) River
  • The Ruins of Laodicea
  • The Ruins of Tripolis
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  • The Ruins of Tabea
  • The Ruins of Apollonia Salbace
  • The cistern of Tabea ancient city
  • The Ruins of Colossae
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  • The Ruins of Eumania
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  • The Ruins of Heraklia Salbace
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  • The temples of Apollon Lermenos
  • Buldan Houses The Houses of Buldan
  • The cloth of Buldan
  • The handcrafts of Acıpayam town
    • The Grapes and
    • wine of Çal
    • Çalkarası (Black of Çal)
  • Music Turkish folk music Al Fadimem My Red Fadime
    • İbrahim DAL
    • August 2009