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Gaziantep baklavasi
Gaziantep baklavasi
Gaziantep´s baklava is famous all around Turkey. (Location: Gaziantep)
Uploaded by Gul_pembe on 6/2/2010, viewed 10426 times.

Balikli Gol school wall Turkish schools Gaziantep baklavasi Sanliurfa çig köfte Saygı, sevgi, selam Marmara Denizi

Gaziantep baklavasi
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