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Aynaligol (Gilindire) Magarasi

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Aynaligol (Gilindire) Magarasi

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15-Day St.Pauls Biblical Tour Turkey
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15-Day St.Pauls Biblical Tour Turkey

Following the footsteps of Saint Paul, this trip will be a great opportunity to visit the major landmarks from Istanbul to Ankara, Cappadocia to Adana, Antakya to Antalya and finally the wonders of Aegean Region.
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Ben lamyaa wrote a review Oct 25
Kuwait City, Kuwait176 contributions25 helpful votes
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Aynaligol Magarasi Cave in the city of Turors is one of the recently discovered caves, a wonderful place for lovers to discover the beauty of caves and natural sculptures, it is possible to rent a car or taxi, about 40 minutes from the city of Adana, and it is possible to visit turors city and get to know it, easy to visit this site
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Date of experience: October 2020
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erdogan wrote a review Oct 2019
Fethiye, Turkey264 contributions23 helpful votes
Gilindire founded in 2013 should be one of the new wonder of world. Prepare yourself for 500 mt goung into the earth with steps watching natural wonders if a cave.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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serhan s wrote a review Jun 2019
Adana, Turkey36 contributions8 helpful votes
We have visited this cave today it is 3 km from the intercity road you give 6 tl for the entrance.if you have leg problems you can not manage to get in because there are so many steps before the cave.also in the cave you have to go up and down so many times with the stairs. İt took us 15 minutes to see the lake at the end of the cave.but you will like when you see the stones and their shapes.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Zoltán M wrote a review Oct 2018
Budapest, Hungary16 contributions13 helpful votes
The cave is located in a beautiful environment, on a far-stretching mountainous shore. The entrance is actually in the side of the cliffs, with a staircase leading way down to the mouth of the cave. Inside, a deep and breathtaking scenery awaits, with an untouched and majestic lake at the bottom. All in all, more than worth the two-hour return trip from Alanya through winding roads because it is much more beautiful than either, more touristic and well-known caves in and around that city.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Turgay P wrote a review Aug 2018
Istanbul, Turkey130 contributions25 helpful votes
A vertical cave spanning to a depth under sea water, it's absolutely worth visiting. Because it is necessary climb up and down many stairs and humidity level is vey high, the cave may not be suitable for the elderly and people with asthma etc.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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