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According to an Turkish Arabic inscription on the wall, the Mukaddem Mosque was built by Sultan Mehmet in 1450..
According to an Turkish Arabic inscription on the wall, the Mukaddem Mosque was built by Sultan Mehmet in 1450.
Saray, 33950 Silifke/Mersin, Turkey
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The Atakule Tower is a 125 m high communications and observation tower in the Cankaya district
The Pembe Köşk (Pink Villa) is an Ottoman-era house in Çankaya which was home to Turkish President İsmet İnönü from 1925 to 1973
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