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A (Resting) Bird’s Eye View of San Diego! by fmarty

This is the photo I took for the One Minute on Earth 2015 project at 02:10 AM on 10 October 2015 in San Diego, California!
Thanks to all who took up the challenge and took part in this wonderful project!
Please take a look at the One Minute on Earth 2015 photos that are being uploaded here!

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Gate to eternity by hayazici

Ahlat Selçuklu Mezarlığı
The Tombstones of Ahlat, Turkey
(at UNESCO Tentavi List)
Though the history of the city dates back to 900 BC, its famous for her tombstones dating to 12 th-15 th centuties AD. It has an important place inthe Islamic world in their variation within Anatolian tomb architecture in dimension and design. Apart from some small cemeteries here and there in Ahlat there are six main cemeteries of historical importance named; Harabe ~ehir cemetery, Taht~ Suleyman cemetery Klrklar cemetery, Kale cemetery, Merkez cemetery, Meydanl~k cemetery. Tombstones in Ahlat, some of the most outstanding tombstones and mausoleums of the early Turkish period in Anatolia are to be seen in Ahlat. These works are not only important sources of information on the technical and decorative repertoire of the period, but also act as historical sources for important maso ns and craftman, whose names appear in inscriptions there.

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Bird on tombstone by hayazici

Ahlat Selçuklu Mezarlığı
The Tombstones of Ahlat, Turkey
(at UNESCO Tentavi List)
Though the history of the city dates back to 900 BC, its famous for her tombstones dating to 12 th-15 th centuties AD. It has an important place inthe Islamic world in their variation within Anatolian tomb architecture in dimension and design. Apart from some small cemeteries here and there in Ahlat there are six main cemeteries of historical importance named; Harabe ~ehir cemetery, Taht~ Suleyman cemetery Klrklar cemetery, Kale cemetery, Merkez cemetery, Meydanl~k cemetery. Tombstones in Ahlat, some of the most outstanding tombstones and mausoleums of the early Turkish period in Anatolia are to be seen in Ahlat. These works are not only important sources of information on the technical and decorative repertoire of the period, but also act as historical sources for important maso ns and craftman, whose names appear in inscriptions there.

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