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Eshab-i Kehf Cave Mosque, Tarsus

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  • Just behind the mosque steps with. Drinking water from the ceiling of the cave with wet. A place to visit.
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  • The Eshab-ı Kehf Cave in Tarsus and many visitors from out of town, is too crowded, especially on weekends, the number of digits to exit stairs, uphill is too much, leaving you breathless. Later, you enter the cave a downward staircase. Surrounded by olive, tomato, pomegranate sells peddlers, up ahead, you can get the little souvenir shops. If you've come this far, if lesser-known, but near Tan Cave I would recommend that you see the.
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  • Rupert, how they come and what way they went to sleep here kacip Fatimah. Gorulmesi and air solunmasi should of come. Simple, twin of the yuceltmis cave in this place. For God; How do you like them before we had the first uyutmus and korumus a cautionary tale, gunki status ...
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  • Nice historical place
  • Eshab-ı Kehf (seven sleepers) cave. It's a place to be seen, but covered space phobia or up/people with respiratory ailments are definitely not somewhere to be. However, according to the place they first lovers section. Closer to the surface and enough air cycle.
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