Our friends at the STRANGE MAPS blog have given us a wonderful history of another Turkish former [perhaps] exclave on an island in the Danube. Seelowellgmcmanus
Well, true, but they moved it 50 miles. I think that the location factor in both the 1973 move and the 2015 move was to keep the presence in Syria. Bringinglowellgmcmanus
What I meant was actually keeping it on the banks of the Euphrates close to the spot that he supposedly drowned at, that spot is in Syria. ... What I meant was
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