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Bodrum, Turkey
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Bodrum is a popular resort and yachting port at the southern end of Turkey's Aegean coast. The tower of The Mosque of Süleyman appears in the foreground

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Bodrum harbor

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The medieval crusader Castle of St. Peter

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Day boat trips offer a relaxing excursion via wind and sails yachting through the Aegean
 
Kusadasi, Turkey
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Kusadasi, Turkey - A resort and cruise ship port on the Turkish Aegean coast near Ephesus

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Ephesus - Curetes Street

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The Library of Celsus

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The Great Theater

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The Temple of Domitian

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The Memorial to Memmius
 
Marmaris, Turkey

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Marmaris, Turkey - A town along the Mediterranean coast in the province of Mugla. - Marmaris has around 28,000 inhabitants, however the population can be up to 250,000 during the height of the tourist-season

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Marmaris is primarily a resort that caters for British holidaymakers but recently has become popular with Russian and other Eastern European visitors

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Great inexpesive boat excursions can take you out round the bay and to neighbouring towns like Icmeler and Turunc with all inclusive food and drinks all day for as little as 25 TL

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The town of Marmaris is not just for the package holiday visitor as a trip to the harbour area will confirm

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There you can see ocean going yachts costing $10 million and rub shoulders with those who can blow $1000 on a pair of sunglasses in the exclusive upmarket designer harbour shopping area

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Marmaris yacht marina is the biggest marina in mediterranean sea with 1300 yachts on land and 1000 yachts on water

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The women tend to wear traditional conservative clothing, including head scarves and long coats, even in the summer

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