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Kayseri Saat Kulesi, Kayseri

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  • Clock Tower, is located on Republic square. at the beginning of the 20th century, Sultan II. Abdul Hamid the in all major cities as a result of the edict issued for a clock tower, 1906 Kayseri clock tower.
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  • and when I say I take pictures around notice the last tram. Atatürk statue so close and it's pretty clear there are also around a square.
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  • A timekeeper and European style with the architecture reminiscent of the clock tower is really cute. Amber Adams in Republic square. Abdülhamid era. One of the icons of the city.
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  • Historic clock tower
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  • The symbol of the city is the clock tower, built in 1906, during the reign of Abdul Hamid the second.
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