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Cok sevilen elbiselimiz U

Cok sevilen elbiselimiz Ustelik harika fiyat 24.90 tl Beden s.m.l.xl Kuma krep Boy 140 cm SPAR N WHATSAPPP 0543 582 91 83 0535 383 55 44 2/4 GNDE TESLMAT 7/24 MTER HZMET KAPIDA DEME STER NAKT STER KRED KARTI Beden degiimi ade yok Degisim bedeli aliciya ait #giyim #kiyafet #turkey #ayakkabi #parfm #butik #erzurum #istanbul #mardin #osmaniye #elbise #urfa #antalya #mula #nevehir #gaziantep #sanliurfa #konya #burdur #kastamonu #gmhane #tokat #afyon #sivas #balikesir #samsun #mersin #ordu #adana #kutahya


YUMUACIK EKME SAHP EFFAF

YUMUACIK EKME SAHP EFFAF RENK ATE KEHRBAR Btn aksamlar 925 ayar gm psklKAPIDA DEME MKANIYLA Sevgilinizi einizi dostunuzu ve kendinizi Mutlu etmek iin kk dokunular yeterlidir... ARAS KARGO LE KAPIDA DEME MKANI #sefaky #skdar #kadky #ekmeky #mraniye #beykoz #antalya #konya #kayseri #giresun #trabzon #samsun #ordu #bursa #izmir #ankara #istanbul #harflitesbih #ismezeltesbih #tesbih #ismeozel #lkctesbih #ulkucutesbih #mhp #sevgililergnhediyesi #sevgililergn #sevgililer #gn #fibertesbihaski #kukatesbih #istanbul #ismezeltesbih

Gunaydn. 
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Gunaydn. Foto: @mhmt.m53 teekkrler #karadere #kalkandere #rize #of #ofcumhuriyeti #karadere #kayaba #kalkandere #kalkanderevakfi #ordu #sinop #dlgerli #samsun #salarha #fosa #maer #aramba #alayan #cayeli #crizespor #derepazar #samsun #salarha #vinekaradeniz #vakfkebir #vandri #vandi #pazar #pazar #patir #petranyaylas #cimilyaylas #ovityaylasi #vinekaradeniz #kalkandere #kalkandere #karadenizruzgari53 #karadere #kalkandere #rize #of #ofcumhuriyeti #karadere #kayaba #kalkandere #kalkanderevakfi #ordu #sinop #dlgerli #samsun #salarha #fosa #maer #aramba #alayan #cayeli #crizespor #derepazar #samsun #salarha #vinekaradeniz #vakfkebir #vandri #vandi #pazar #pazar #patir #petranyaylas #cimilyaylas #ovityaylasi #vinekaradeniz #kalkandere #kalkandere #karadenizruzgari53. #karadere #kalkandere #rize #of #ofcumhuriyeti #karadere #kayaba #kalkandere #kalkanderevakfi #ordu #sinop #dlgerli #samsun #salarha #fosa #maer #aramba #alayan #cayeli #crizespor #derepazar #samsun #salarha #vinekaradeniz #vakfkebir #vandri #vandi #pazar #pazar #patir #petranyaylas #cimilyaylas #ovityaylasi #vinekaradeniz #kalkandere #kalkandere #karadenizruzgari53 #karadere #kalkandere #rize #of #ofcumhuriyeti #karadere #kayaba #kalkandere #kalkanderevakfi #ordu #sinop #dlgerli #samsun #salarha #fosa #maer #aramba #alayan #cayeli #crizespor #derepazar #samsun #salarha #vinekaradeniz #vakfkebir #vandri #vandi #pazar #pazar #patir #petranyaylas #cimilyaylas #ovityaylasi #vinekaradeniz #kalkandere #kalkandere #karadenizruzgari53

Sizlere hep kymzle ilgili

Sizlere hep kymzle ilgili gzel eyler yanstmak isterdik ama baz eyleride gzardi edemezdik. Bu aalar bizim yaylamzda ekildi. Atalarmzdan bize emanet olan bu gzelim doay bu hale getirmeyelim. Bizlerin en nemli grevi sahip olduumuz deerleri daha gzel nasl yapabiliriz diye elimizden gelenin en iyisini yapamak olmaldr. Bugun bu gzellikleri ky halkmz ve evreden zaman zaman ziyaret eden ladik halk kullanyor. Genlerimizden biri kp yada ky derneimiz buralar ticaret amal kullanabilir. Hem kymze hemde kendine yararl olma ihtimalinide dnelim ltfen. Dogay sev ve koru... Sizler hereyin en gzeline layksnz Akta halk, bu gzellikleri kaybetmeyelim... Teekkrler... #samsun #ladik #ladikaktaskoyu #ladiksamsun #aktasyaylasi #aktaky #ladiksaatkulesi #ky #gzelehirladik #karadeniz #memleket #anadolufotograf #naturelovers #like4like #ladikambarkoy #kyl #ladikgl #gl #gunbatimi #ladikyolu #vinekaradeniz #doga #tbt #karadenizindereleri #gzel #ask #is #samsunlular #instagram_turkey #karpostallikkaradeniz

An extract on #samsun

The present name of the city may come from its former Greek name of Amisos () by a reinterpretation of eis Amison (meaning "to Amisos") and ounta (Greek suffix for place names) to eis Sampsunda () and then Samsun (pronounced [smsun]). The early Greek historian Hecataeus wrote that Amisos was formerly called Enete, the place mentioned in Homer's Iliad. It has also been known as Peiraieos by Athenian settlers and even briefly as Pompeiopolis by Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus. The city was called Simisso by the Genoese and during the Ottoman Empire the present name was written in Ottoman Turkish: (Smsn).

Paleolithic artifacts found in the Tekkeky Caves can be seen in Samsun Archaeology Museum. The earliest layer excavated of the hyk of Dndartepe revealed a Chalcolithic settlement. Early Bronze Age and Hittite settlements were also found there and at Tekkeky. Samsun (then known as Amisos, alternative spelling Amisus) was settled between the years of 760750 BC by people from Miletus, who established a flourishing trade relationship with the ancient peoples of Anatolia. The city's ideal combination of fertile ground and shallow waters attracted numerous traders. Around the time Amisus was settled by the Milesians in the 6th century BCE, it is believed that there was significant Greek activity along the coast of the Black Sea, although the archaeological evidence for this is very fragmentary. The only archaeological evidence we have as early as the 6th century is a fragment of wild goat style Greek pottery, in the Louvre. The city was captured by the Persians in 550BC and became part of Cappadocia (satrapy). In the 5th century BC, Amisus became a free state and one of the members of the Delian League led by the Athenians; it was then renamed Peiraeus under Pericles. In the 4th century BC the city came under the control of the Kingdom of Pontus. The Amisos treasure may have belonged to one of the kings. Tumuli, containing tombs dated between 300BC and 30BC, can be seen at Amisos Hill but unfortunately Toraman Tepe was mostly flattened during construction of the 20th century radar base. The Romans took over in 71 BC and Amisos became part of Bithynia et Pontus province. Around 46 BC, during the reign of Julius Caesar, Amisus became the capital of Roman Pontus. From the period of the Second Triumvirate up to Nero, Pontus was ruled by several client kings, as well as one client queen, Pythodorida of Pontus, a granddaughter of Marcus Antonius. From 62 CE it was directly ruled by Roman governors, most famously by Trajan's appointee Pliny. Pliny the Younger's address to the Emperor Trajan in the 1st century CE "By your indulgence, sir, they have the benefit of their own laws," is interpreted by John Boyle Orrery to indicate that the freedoms won for those in Pontus by the Romans was not pure freedom and depended on the generosity of the Roman emperor.Around 46 BC, during the reign of Julius Caesar, Amisus became the capital of Roman Pontus. From the period of the Second Triumvirate up to Nero, Pontus was ruled by several client kings, as well as one client queen, Pythodorida of Pontus, a granddaughter of Marcus Antonius. From 62 CE it was directly ruled by Roman governors, most famously by Trajan's appointee Pliny. Pliny the Younger's address to the Emperor Trajan in the 1st century CE "By your indulgence, sir, they have the benefit of their own laws," is interpreted by John Boyle Orrery to indicate that the freedoms won for those in Pontus by the Romans was not pure freedom and depended on the generosity of the Roman emperor. The estimated population of the city around 150 CE is between 20,000-25,000 people, classifying it as a relatively large city for that time. The city functioned as the commercial capital for the province of Pontus; beating its rival Sinope (now Sinop) due to its position at the head of the trans-Anatolia highway In Late Antiquity, the city became part of the Dioecesis Pontica within the eastern Roman Empire; later still it was part of the Armeniac Theme. Samsun Castle was built on the seaside in 1192, it was demolished between 1909 and 1918.

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