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I didn't know before, but I learned that the street here has had a bad reputation for a long time,' Akdeniz said, waving his hand at the people walking outside his restaurant.
GPH has three ports in Turkey (Port Akdeniz, Ege Ports and Bodrum), in addition to Port of Bar (Montenegro), the Lisbon Port Terminal and Creuers (Barcelona Cruise Port and Malaga in Spain and Singapore Cruise Port).
Akdeniz is named after the Mediterranean Sea in Turkey.
In 2005, we were the first hotel to get rid of the remote control and install the AMX Modero, which was a touchscreen device that controlled the TV, lighting and housekeeping service," Akdeniz says.
Masoom Yasinzai and Akdeniz University's Rector Prof.
OYAKa[euro](tm)s Akdeniz Kimya unit operates in the same field.
Division of Pediatric Cardiology, Department of Pediatrics, Faculty of Medicine, Akdeniz University, Antalya-Turkey
ENGLAND take on Chile tomorrow afternoon (4pm) in their second Under-20 World Cup Group E fixture in the Akdeniz University Stadium, Antalya, Turkey.
The Three Lions - which also featured Coady's Anfield team-mate Jon Flanagan and Everton duo Ross Barkley and John Lundstram - were 2-0 up in Group E clash at the Akdeniz Stadium in Antalya thanks to goals from Coady and Luke Williams.
Specialists at Akdeniz University Hospital placed an embryo into Sert's womb earlier this week in hopes she will become the first woman with a uterus transplant to give birth.
The construction of the project is being undertaken by Turkish construction company Akdeniz Group, which has commenced the project with the start of excavation work at the site.
Dr Zafer Aydin, who led the team at Akdeniz University Hospital in Antalya, Turkey, said: "It could be a day of many firsts for the medical world.
ANTALYA, January 03, 2012 (TUR) -- Turkish surgeons have conducted the world's first uterus transplant at the Akdeniz University.
The operation took place in Akdeniz University Hospital in southern Turkey.