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Selcuk, Western Turkey, July 2011. Running east-west intermittently along Nam?k Kemal Caddesi and Inönü Caddesi are the impressive remains of a Roman and Byzantine aqueduct, which serve today as a handy nesting place for storks. Eggs are laid in March, and the birds stay right through to end of September. Moodlighting accents the stone ruins in the evenings, making it quite an atmospheric and romantic place to dine. The Turkish Aegean coastline is littered with historical sites dating back to the Greek classical era. Photo by Frits Meyst/Adventure4ever.com.
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