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Taksim Gezi Park

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Aydın
Aydın
January 24, 2019
A beautiful park with fresh air and peace hidden in the city's crowd, also has a symbolic stand worth hearing.
Tuğçe
Tuğçe
July 23, 2018
green, political, so much memories
Ugur
Ugur
May 17, 2018
The only green oasis in the middle of Taksim. Good for reading your book or having a Turkish tea with a nice view!
Jan Emile
Jan Emile
February 24, 2018
Very historical park in town
Sinem
Sinem
November 01, 2016
Take a walk on one of the most beautiful parks in Istanbul which has inspired the whole country once to demand more democracy.

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İstanbul, 34437
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