File:Turkishrailstation.jpg

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English: Turkish railway station built in 1915 in Beer-Sheva
Türkçe: Birüssebi'deki Türk demiryolu istasyonu.
Date 7 May 2008 (original upload date)
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Author ConstantinetheGreat~enwiki at English Wikipedia + ConstantinetheGreat at Japanese Wikipedia

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2008-05-07 16:28 1600×1200× (534463 bytes) ConstantinetheGreat~enwiki The photo was shot by me!
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2009-03-09 17:14 1600×1200× (534463 bytes) Bambi'nin annesi [[Birüssebi]]'deki Türk demiryolu istasyonu. Kaynak: [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Turkishrailstation.jpg http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Turkishrailstation.jpg] Creative Commons lisansı altındadır. Özgün olarak [[:en:User:ConstantinetheGr
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  • 2008-05-07 21:57 ConstantinetheGreat 1600×1200× (534463 bytes) I shot it! {{Information |Description= Turkish railway station built in 1915 in Beer-Sheva |Source= mine |Date= April, 2008 |Author= me |Permission= no need |other_versions= }}


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Turkishrailway.jpg

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Turkish railway station built in 1915 in Beer-Sheva

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7 May 2008, 21:57:22 1600x1200 ConstantinetheGreat I shot it! {{Information |Description= Turkish railway station built in 1915 in Beer-Sheva |Source= mine |Date= April, 2008 |Author= me |Permission= no need |other_versions= }}
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7 May 2008, 21:57:22 ConstantinetheGreat I shot it! {{Information |Description= Turkish railway station built in 1915 in Beer-Sheva |Source= mine |Date= April, 2008 |Author= me |Permission= no need |other_versions= }}
7 May 2008, 22:03:17 ConstantinetheGreat

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