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Western Turkey location map

Western Turkey

The west coast of Turkey, seen from the Aegean Sea. The Islands in the Mediterranean Sea from left to right are Imbros, Tenedos, Lesbos and Chios. On the left the Dardanelles connect the Mediterranean Sea to the Sea of Marmara. Near the Dardanelles is the site of the ancient city of Troy known from Greek mythology.

View: Western Turkey
Location: Lon 21.89°
Lat 40.065°
Altitude: 149 km
Direction: 100°
Camera Angle: 34°
User Rating: 2.9
Location Map:    Visible Topography
Western Turkey location map
Western Turkey

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Visitor comments:

by Phil558 from United States posted on Sat Oct 13 2012 02:38:17
This is a beautiful site, and will be very useful for me for the weekly class I am teaching. Thank you so much for this amazing site and the breathtaking pictures.\\nPhil558
by mustam from Turkey posted on Sat Dec 19 2009 19:22:02
These pictures are very beautiful but I want to see more images for Turkey.Thank you very much
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