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Kim Nerden Takipte Sayfam

Kim Nerden Takipte Sayfamz Ne Yapyorsunuz Bakalm Deerli Dostlar... _____________________________________________________ nstagram baglanti hesabimiz @bordoberelilerr Admin @aligngrofficial ________________________________________________ #bordobereliler #asker #polis #jandarma #astsubay #trt1 #hemire #doktor #jh #poliszelharekat #jandarmazelharekat #jamyo #bordoberelilerr #turkiye #vatan #mhp #istanbul #syria #ankara #alperen #15temmuz #omerhalisdemir #eirdir #ulkucu #turkish #dirilierturul #uzmanavu #azerbaycan #ogretmen #family

Birlik olursak neler yapa

Birlik olursak neler yaparz neler. Egemenliimizi alamaz elimizden darbeler. Bir yl nce u saatlerde hainler hayaller kuruyorlard. Dini nasl alet etsek de koltuklara yerlesek diye yaptklar planlar uyguluyorlard. Bugnse kr edilecek gn Elhamdulillah. iddete ve ldrmeye karym fakat baz sular idam istetiyor. Vatan hainlerine ne olacak? Umarm "adalet" yerini bulur. Bu bir siyaset meselesi deil, insanlara -ilahiyatya bile- empoze edilenlerle onlarn bizi acmadan ldrebilecekleri meselesi. Bunun sonu gelmesi iin kknn kurutulmas dileiyle.. #15temmuz #Tuzak kuranlarn en hayrls ALLAH tr. Daha yazlacak ok ey, edilecek ok lanetler var da.. Klavye pehlivanl yapmayayim madem Yl olmu 2017, hala lkemizi elimizden almaya kalkanlar var. Kolay olsayd almak, mer Halisdemir emekliligine birka ay kala, ehit olacan bile bile Fetcleri durdurur muydu?

Bu Ne Tatllktr RES! Yedek

Bu Ne Tatllktr RES! Yedek Hesabm:@liderinneslii #trkiye #receptayyiperdoan #reis #receptayyiperdogan #akgenlik #kocareis #uzunadam #milletinadam #dnyalideri #rte #bakanerdoan #akparti #bakan #rte #15temmuz #bakomutan #reisicumhur #hayrlcumalar #hayirlicumalar #adamgibiadam #asmnnesli #akdava Daha fazlas iin @birliderinnesliDestek iin fotoraflarmz beenip yorum yapabilirsiniz.Kfr ve hakaret ieren yorumlar silinecek ve bu kiiler engellenecektir. Sayfalarmz ikayet Ediliyor.Ltfen Destek in YORUM YAPINIZ.

#Repost @ozdurakkurumsal

#Repost @ozdurakkurumsal (@get_repost) Korkma! Snmez bu afaklarda yzen al sancak, Snmeden yurdumun stnde tten en son ocak. O benim milletimin yldzdr, parlayacak; O benimdir, o benim milletimindir ancak. atma, kurban olaym, ehreni ey nazl hilal! Kahraman rkma bir gl; ne bu iddet, bu celal? Sana olmaz dklen kanlarmz sonra helal... Hakkdr, Hakka tapan milletimin istiklal. Dalgalan sen de afaklar gibi ey anl hilal! Olsun artk dklen kanlarmn hepsi helal. Ebediyen rkma yok izmihlal. Hakkdr, hr yaam bayramn hrriyet; Hakkdr, Hakka tapan milletimin istiklal. #15temmuz #istiklalmar #mehmetakifersoy #demokrasi #zgrlk #vatan #ozdurak #ozdurakkurumsal #zdurak #zdurakik #gaziantep #istanbul #edirne #bursa

An extract on #15temmuz

It is a gravity-anchored suspension bridge with steel towers and inclined hangers. The aerodynamic deck hangs on zigzag steel cables. It is 1,560 m (5,118 ft) long with a deck width of 33.40 m (110 ft). The distance between the towers (main span) is 1,074 m (3,524 ft) and the total height of the towers is 165 m (541 ft). The clearance of the bridge from sea level is 64 m (210 ft). Upon its completion in 1973, the Bosphorus Bridge had the fourth-longest suspension bridge span in the world, and the longest outside the United States (only the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, Golden Gate Bridge and Mackinac Bridge had a longer span in 1973). The Bosphorus Bridge remained the longest suspension bridge in Europe until the completion of the Humber Bridge in 1981, and the longest suspension bridge in Asia until the completion of the Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge (Second Bosphorus Bridge) in 1988 (which was surpassed by the Minami Bisan-Seto Bridge in 1989). Currently, the Bosphorus Bridge has the 25th-longest suspension bridge span in the world. After a group of soldiers took control and partially closed off the bridge during the military coup d'tat attempt on 15 July 2016, Prime Minister Binali Yldrm announced on 25 July 2016 the decision of the Cabinet of Turkey that the bridge will be formally renamed as the 15 Temmuz ehitler Kprs (July 15th Martyrs Bridge) in memory of those killed while resisting the attempted coup.

The idea of a bridge crossing the Bosphorus dates back to antiquity. For Emperor Darius I The Great of Persia (522 BC485 BC), as recorded by the Greek writer Herodotus in his Histories, Mandrocles of Samos once engineered a pontoon bridge across the Bosphorus, linking Asia to Europe, enabling Darius to pursue the fleeing Scythians as well as position his army in the Balkans to overwhelm Macedon. The first project for a permanent bridge across the Bosphorus was proposed to Ottoman Sultan Abdul Hamid II by the Bosphorus Railroad Company in 1900, which included a rail link between the continents.

The decision to build a bridge across the Bosphorus was taken in 1957 by Prime Minister Adnan Menderes. For the structural engineering work, a contract was signed with the British firm Freeman Fox & Partners in 1968. The bridge was designed by the British civil engineers Gilbert Roberts, William Brown and Michael Parsons, who also designed the Humber Bridge, Severn Bridge, and Forth Road Bridge. Construction started in February 1970 and ceremonies were attended by President Cevdet Sunay and Prime Minister Sleyman Demirel. The bridge was built by the Turkish firm Enka Construction & Industry Co. along with the co-contractors Cleveland Bridge & Engineering Company (England) and Hochtief AG (Germany). Thirty-five engineers and 400 men worked on the project. The bridge was completed on 30 October 1973, one day after the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Republic of Turkey, and opened by President Fahri Korutrk and Prime Minister Naim Talu. The cost of the bridge was US$200 million ($1.08 billion in 2016 dollars). Upon the bridge's opening, much was made of its being the first bridge between Europe and Asia since the pontoon bridge of Xerxes in 480 BCE. That bridge, however, spanned the Hellespont (Dardanelles), some distance away from the Bosphorus, and was the second bridge after the above-mentioned bridge built by Emperor Darius I The Great across the Bosphorus in 513 BCE.

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