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Friday, August 26, 2005

Antalya, Turkey
This old door was photographed by Michelle Mitchell in Antalya, Turkey. Antalya is a beautiful city on the south coast of Turkey between the mediteranean see (here called the Antalya bay) and the Taurus Moutains on the North. The city is very old, it is believed that the region in which Antalya lays is inhibited for 50.000 years! During the centuries many dfferent tribes and kingdoms have ruled this area which has given it a wide diversity of historic sites. This is already one of my favorite doors posted here on my blog. This door has so much character! Thanks for sending it in Michelle!
posted by /T/ at 5:22 AM