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“Hot season” in Turkey

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“Hot season” in Turkey

The situation with forest fires in Turkey is beginning to stabilize gradually - 117 out of 125 fires have already been extinguished. The largest destruction occurred in the city of Manavgat, which is located on the highway connecting Alanya and Antalya. The villages around the settlement were particularly affected by forest fires. Some of Manavgat suburbs were burned to the ground. 

The fire did not reach Alanya and Antalya. Since the elements were raging tens of kilometers from the coast, the elite real estate, which attracts wealthy people, was not affected.

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