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Leader of Korean pop band Newkidd, Jin Kwon poses for a photo during press briefing as he and his group members prepare to hold their first foreign concert within the 2018 K-POP World Festival that held by the Undersecretariat of Culture of the Embassy of South Korea in Ankara, Turkey on July 21, 2018.
Leader of Korean pop band Newkidd, Jin Kwon poses for a photo during press briefing as he and his group members prepare to hold their first foreign concert within the 2018 K-POP World Festival that held by the Undersecretariat of Culture of the Embassy of South Korea in Ankara, Turkey on July 21, 2018.
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Leader of Korean pop band Newkidd, Jin Kwon poses for a photo during press briefing as he and his group members prepare to hold their first foreign concert within the 2018 K-POP World Festival that held by the Undersecretariat of Culture of the Embassy of South Korea in Ankara, Turkey on July 21, 2018.
Leader of Korean pop band Newkidd, Jin Kwon poses for a photo during press briefing as he and his group members prepare to hold their first foreign concert within the 2018 K-POP World Festival that held by the Undersecretariat of Culture of the Embassy of South Korea in Ankara, Turkey on July 21, 2018.
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Korean pop band Newkidd pose for a photo as they prepare to hold their first foreign concert within the 2018 K-POP World Festival that held by the Undersecretariat of Culture of the Embassy of South Korea in Ankara, Turkey on July 21, 2018.
Korean pop band Newkidd pose for a photo as they prepare to hold their first foreign concert within the 2018 K-POP World Festival that held by the Undersecretariat of Culture of the Embassy of South Korea in Ankara, Turkey on July 21, 2018.
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An aerial view of Laodicea Ancient City in 6 kilometers north of Turkey's Denizli on July 19, 2018. Ancient city was constructed by Antiochus II Theos of Seleucid Empire for his wife during the Helenistic period in mid 3 B.C. City includes Christianity's one of first seven churches. City became a religious center as it reach a level of metropolis in the early Byzantine period. Laodicea's significant structures follow 285 meter long and 70 meter wide Anatolia's biggest stadium, two theatres, four bathhouse complexes, five agoras, five nymphaeums, two monumental entrance gates, Bouleuterion temples, peristyle houses, latrina, churches and monumental streets.
An aerial view of Laodicea Ancient City in 6 kilometers north of Turkey's Denizli on July 19, 2018. Ancient city was constructed by Antiochus II Theos of Seleucid Empire for his wife during the Helenistic period in mid 3 B.C. City includes Christianity's one of first seven churches. City became a religious center as it reach a level of metropolis in the early Byzantine period. Laodicea's significant structures follow 285 meter long and 70 meter wide Anatolia's biggest stadium, two theatres, four bathhouse complexes, five agoras, five nymphaeums, two monumental entrance gates, Bouleuterion temples, peristyle houses, latrina, churches and monumental streets.
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An aerial view of the columns at Laodicea Ancient City in 6 kilometers north of Turkey's Denizli on July 19, 2018. Ancient city was constructed by Antiochus II Theos of Seleucid Empire for his wife during the Helenistic period in mid 3 B.C. City includes Christianity's one of first seven churches. City became a religious center as it reach a level of metropolis in the early Byzantine period. Laodicea's significant structures follow 285 meter long and 70 meter wide Anatolia's biggest stadium, two theatres, four bathhouse complexes, five agoras, five nymphaeums, two monumental entrance gates, Bouleuterion temples, peristyle houses, latrina, churches and monumental streets.
An aerial view of the columns at Laodicea Ancient City in 6 kilometers north of Turkey's Denizli on July 19, 2018. Ancient city was constructed by Antiochus II Theos of Seleucid Empire for his wife during the Helenistic period in mid 3 B.C. City includes Christianity's one of first seven churches. City became a religious center as it reach a level of metropolis in the early Byzantine period. Laodicea's significant structures follow 285 meter long and 70 meter wide Anatolia's biggest stadium, two theatres, four bathhouse complexes, five agoras, five nymphaeums, two monumental entrance gates, Bouleuterion temples, peristyle houses, latrina, churches and monumental streets.
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A view of a gate at Laodicea Ancient City in 6 kilometers north of Turkey's Denizli on July 19, 2018. Ancient city was constructed by Antiochus II Theos of Seleucid Empire for his wife during the Helenistic period in mid 3 B.C. City includes Christianity's one of first seven churches. City became a religious center as it reach a level of metropolis in the early Byzantine period. Laodicea's significant structures follow 285 meter long and 70 meter wide Anatolia's biggest stadium, two theatres, four bathhouse complexes, five agoras, five nymphaeums, two monumental entrance gates, Bouleuterion temples, peristyle houses, latrina, churches and monumental streets.
A view of a gate at Laodicea Ancient City in 6 kilometers north of Turkey's Denizli on July 19, 2018. Ancient city was constructed by Antiochus II Theos of Seleucid Empire for his wife during the Helenistic period in mid 3 B.C. City includes Christianity's one of first seven churches. City became a religious center as it reach a level of metropolis in the early Byzantine period. Laodicea's significant structures follow 285 meter long and 70 meter wide Anatolia's biggest stadium, two theatres, four bathhouse complexes, five agoras, five nymphaeums, two monumental entrance gates, Bouleuterion temples, peristyle houses, latrina, churches and monumental streets.
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A view of the columns at Laodicea Ancient City in 6 kilometers north of Turkey's Denizli on July 19, 2018. Ancient city was constructed by Antiochus II Theos of Seleucid Empire for his wife during the Helenistic period in mid 3 B.C. City includes Christianity's one of first seven churches. City became a religious center as it reach a level of metropolis in the early Byzantine period. Laodicea's significant structures follow 285 meter long and 70 meter wide Anatolia's biggest stadium, two theatres, four bathhouse complexes, five agoras, five nymphaeums, two monumental entrance gates, Bouleuterion temples, peristyle houses, latrina, churches and monumental streets.
A view of the columns at Laodicea Ancient City in 6 kilometers north of Turkey's Denizli on July 19, 2018. Ancient city was constructed by Antiochus II Theos of Seleucid Empire for his wife during the Helenistic period in mid 3 B.C. City includes Christianity's one of first seven churches. City became a religious center as it reach a level of metropolis in the early Byzantine period. Laodicea's significant structures follow 285 meter long and 70 meter wide Anatolia's biggest stadium, two theatres, four bathhouse complexes, five agoras, five nymphaeums, two monumental entrance gates, Bouleuterion temples, peristyle houses, latrina, churches and monumental streets.
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A view of the columns at Laodicea Ancient City in 6 kilometers north of Turkey's Denizli on July 19, 2018. Ancient city was constructed by Antiochus II Theos of Seleucid Empire for his wife during the Helenistic period in mid 3 B.C. City includes Christianity's one of first seven churches. City became a religious center as it reach a level of metropolis in the early Byzantine period. Laodicea's significant structures follow 285 meter long and 70 meter wide Anatolia's biggest stadium, two theatres, four bathhouse complexes, five agoras, five nymphaeums, two monumental entrance gates, Bouleuterion temples, peristyle houses, latrina, churches and monumental streets.
A view of the columns at Laodicea Ancient City in 6 kilometers north of Turkey's Denizli on July 19, 2018. Ancient city was constructed by Antiochus II Theos of Seleucid Empire for his wife during the Helenistic period in mid 3 B.C. City includes Christianity's one of first seven churches. City became a religious center as it reach a level of metropolis in the early Byzantine period. Laodicea's significant structures follow 285 meter long and 70 meter wide Anatolia's biggest stadium, two theatres, four bathhouse complexes, five agoras, five nymphaeums, two monumental entrance gates, Bouleuterion temples, peristyle houses, latrina, churches and monumental streets.
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An aerial view of Laodicea Ancient City in 6 kilometers north of Turkey's Denizli on July 19, 2018. Ancient city was constructed by Antiochus II Theos of Seleucid Empire for his wife during the Helenistic period in mid 3 B.C. City includes Christianity's one of first seven churches. City became a religious center as it reach a level of metropolis in the early Byzantine period. Laodicea's significant structures follow 285 meter long and 70 meter wide Anatolia's biggest stadium, two theatres, four bathhouse complexes, five agoras, five nymphaeums, two monumental entrance gates, Bouleuterion temples, peristyle houses, latrina, churches and monumental streets.
An aerial view of Laodicea Ancient City in 6 kilometers north of Turkey's Denizli on July 19, 2018. Ancient city was constructed by Antiochus II Theos of Seleucid Empire for his wife during the Helenistic period in mid 3 B.C. City includes Christianity's one of first seven churches. City became a religious center as it reach a level of metropolis in the early Byzantine period. Laodicea's significant structures follow 285 meter long and 70 meter wide Anatolia's biggest stadium, two theatres, four bathhouse complexes, five agoras, five nymphaeums, two monumental entrance gates, Bouleuterion temples, peristyle houses, latrina, churches and monumental streets.
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An aerial view of Laodicea Ancient City in 6 kilometers north of Turkey's Denizli on July 19, 2018. Ancient city was constructed by Antiochus II Theos of Seleucid Empire for his wife during the Helenistic period in mid 3 B.C. City includes Christianity's one of first seven churches. City became a religious center as it reach a level of metropolis in the early Byzantine period. Laodicea's significant structures follow 285 meter long and 70 meter wide Anatolia's biggest stadium, two theatres, four bathhouse complexes, five agoras, five nymphaeums, two monumental entrance gates, Bouleuterion temples, peristyle houses, latrina, churches and monumental streets.
An aerial view of Laodicea Ancient City in 6 kilometers north of Turkey's Denizli on July 19, 2018. Ancient city was constructed by Antiochus II Theos of Seleucid Empire for his wife during the Helenistic period in mid 3 B.C. City includes Christianity's one of first seven churches. City became a religious center as it reach a level of metropolis in the early Byzantine period. Laodicea's significant structures follow 285 meter long and 70 meter wide Anatolia's biggest stadium, two theatres, four bathhouse complexes, five agoras, five nymphaeums, two monumental entrance gates, Bouleuterion temples, peristyle houses, latrina, churches and monumental streets.
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An aerial view of Laodicea Ancient City in 6 kilometers north of Turkey's Denizli on July 19, 2018. Ancient city was constructed by Antiochus II Theos of Seleucid Empire for his wife during the Helenistic period in mid 3 B.C. City includes Christianity's one of first seven churches. City became a religious center as it reach a level of metropolis in the early Byzantine period. Laodicea's significant structures follow 285 meter long and 70 meter wide Anatolia's biggest stadium, two theatres, four bathhouse complexes, five agoras, five nymphaeums, two monumental entrance gates, Bouleuterion temples, peristyle houses, latrina, churches and monumental streets.
An aerial view of Laodicea Ancient City in 6 kilometers north of Turkey's Denizli on July 19, 2018. Ancient city was constructed by Antiochus II Theos of Seleucid Empire for his wife during the Helenistic period in mid 3 B.C. City includes Christianity's one of first seven churches. City became a religious center as it reach a level of metropolis in the early Byzantine period. Laodicea's significant structures follow 285 meter long and 70 meter wide Anatolia's biggest stadium, two theatres, four bathhouse complexes, five agoras, five nymphaeums, two monumental entrance gates, Bouleuterion temples, peristyle houses, latrina, churches and monumental streets.
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An aerial view of Laodicea Ancient City in 6 kilometers north of Turkey's Denizli on July 19, 2018. Ancient city was constructed by Antiochus II Theos of Seleucid Empire for his wife during the Helenistic period in mid 3 B.C. City includes Christianity's one of first seven churches. City became a religious center as it reach a level of metropolis in the early Byzantine period. Laodicea's significant structures follow 285 meter long and 70 meter wide Anatolia's biggest stadium, two theatres, four bathhouse complexes, five agoras, five nymphaeums, two monumental entrance gates, Bouleuterion temples, peristyle houses, latrina, churches and monumental streets.
An aerial view of Laodicea Ancient City in 6 kilometers north of Turkey's Denizli on July 19, 2018. Ancient city was constructed by Antiochus II Theos of Seleucid Empire for his wife during the Helenistic period in mid 3 B.C. City includes Christianity's one of first seven churches. City became a religious center as it reach a level of metropolis in the early Byzantine period. Laodicea's significant structures follow 285 meter long and 70 meter wide Anatolia's biggest stadium, two theatres, four bathhouse complexes, five agoras, five nymphaeums, two monumental entrance gates, Bouleuterion temples, peristyle houses, latrina, churches and monumental streets.
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An aerial view of Laodicea Ancient City in 6 kilometers north of Turkey's Denizli on July 19, 2018. Ancient city was constructed by Antiochus II Theos of Seleucid Empire for his wife during the Helenistic period in mid 3 B.C. City includes Christianity's one of first seven churches. City became a religious center as it reach a level of metropolis in the early Byzantine period. Laodicea's significant structures follow 285 meter long and 70 meter wide Anatolia's biggest stadium, two theatres, four bathhouse complexes, five agoras, five nymphaeums, two monumental entrance gates, Bouleuterion temples, peristyle houses, latrina, churches and monumental streets.
An aerial view of Laodicea Ancient City in 6 kilometers north of Turkey's Denizli on July 19, 2018. Ancient city was constructed by Antiochus II Theos of Seleucid Empire for his wife during the Helenistic period in mid 3 B.C. City includes Christianity's one of first seven churches. City became a religious center as it reach a level of metropolis in the early Byzantine period. Laodicea's significant structures follow 285 meter long and 70 meter wide Anatolia's biggest stadium, two theatres, four bathhouse complexes, five agoras, five nymphaeums, two monumental entrance gates, Bouleuterion temples, peristyle houses, latrina, churches and monumental streets.
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An aerial view of Laodicea Ancient City in 6 kilometers north of Turkey's Denizli on July 19, 2018. Ancient city was constructed by Antiochus II Theos of Seleucid Empire for his wife during the Helenistic period in mid 3 B.C. City includes Christianity's one of first seven churches. City became a religious center as it reach a level of metropolis in the early Byzantine period. Laodicea's significant structures follow 285 meter long and 70 meter wide Anatolia's biggest stadium, two theatres, four bathhouse complexes, five agoras, five nymphaeums, two monumental entrance gates, Bouleuterion temples, peristyle houses, latrina, churches and monumental streets.
An aerial view of Laodicea Ancient City in 6 kilometers north of Turkey's Denizli on July 19, 2018. Ancient city was constructed by Antiochus II Theos of Seleucid Empire for his wife during the Helenistic period in mid 3 B.C. City includes Christianity's one of first seven churches. City became a religious center as it reach a level of metropolis in the early Byzantine period. Laodicea's significant structures follow 285 meter long and 70 meter wide Anatolia's biggest stadium, two theatres, four bathhouse complexes, five agoras, five nymphaeums, two monumental entrance gates, Bouleuterion temples, peristyle houses, latrina, churches and monumental streets.
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People carry the dead body of Mahmood Khaista (23), a member of the Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades killed after Israeli attacks over Gaza Strip on July 20, during his funeral ceremony in Rafah, Gaza on July 21, 2018.
People carry the dead body of Mahmood Khaista (23), a member of the Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades killed after Israeli attacks over Gaza Strip on July 20, during his funeral ceremony in Rafah, Gaza on July 21, 2018.
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