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Herakleia Western Turkey, July 2011. Village women try to sell their homemade textiles and handyworks. Bafa Gölü was once a gulf in the Aegean, but is now a brackish landlocked lake. At the end of a twisting road through a boulder landscape are the ruins of ancient Herakleia and Latmos around the village of Kap?k?r?,which enjoys a dramatic lakeside setting. 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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- The Historical Sites And Nature Along The Aegean Coast In Turkey