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March 17, 2014 1:07 am
geziparkilive:

Canakkale-kordonda gezi parki direnisinde pankartim ile.. #geziyihatirlat #canakkale #kordon #direngezi #geziparki #direnis #turkiyeuyandi http://ift.tt/Om6Nmb

geziparkilive:

Canakkale-kordonda gezi parki direnisinde pankartim ile.. #geziyihatirlat #canakkale #kordon #direngezi #geziparki #direnis #turkiyeuyandi http://ift.tt/Om6Nmb

December 26, 2013 11:40 pm
surf4living:

wassel man ain’t no fool by bielmann

surf4living:

wassel man ain’t no fool by bielmann

(via chasing---mavericks)

11:40 pm
highenoughtoseethesea:

Mark Healey ripping at monster Pipe
ph Ryan Miller

highenoughtoseethesea:

Mark Healey ripping at monster Pipe

ph Ryan Miller

(via chasing---mavericks)

11:39 pm
waltermitty-int:

Experience the adventure with The Secret Life of Walter Mitty 
Mitty is in cinemas TODAY

waltermitty-int:

Experience the adventure with The Secret Life of Walter Mitty 

Mitty is in cinemas TODAY

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just-wanna-travel:

Düden Waterfalls, Turkey

just-wanna-travel:

Düden Waterfalls, Turkey

11:37 pm

melisamelisamelisa:

Antalya fener alayından kareler :’) 

11:36 pm
archaicwonder:

Roman Gateway to Patara, Turkey
Ancient Patara was a wealthy port city at the mouth of the Xanthos River. It was said to have been founded by Patarus, a son of Apollo. The city was noted in antiquity for its temple and oracle of Apollo, second only to that of Delphi.
Patara was originally a Lycian settlement and then served as an important naval base during the wars of Alexander the Great’s successors. It later became part of the Lycian League and then a thriving port within the Roman Empire. Sometime during the Middle Ages the harbour of Patara silted up, rendering the port useless.

archaicwonder:

Roman Gateway to Patara, Turkey

Ancient Patara was a wealthy port city at the mouth of the Xanthos River. It was said to have been founded by Patarus, a son of Apollo. The city was noted in antiquity for its temple and oracle of Apollo, second only to that of Delphi.

Patara was originally a Lycian settlement and then served as an important naval base during the wars of Alexander the Great’s successors. It later became part of the Lycian League and then a thriving port within the Roman Empire. Sometime during the Middle Ages the harbour of Patara silted up, rendering the port useless.