Photographer's Note

When were holiday end of summer 2006
we passed trought from Gokova ,

The Gulf of Gökova (Turkish: Gökova körfezi), Gulf of Kerme (Turkish: Kerme körfezi, Greek: Κεραμεικός κόλπος, Latin: Ceramicus Sinus, English: Ceramic Gulf), or Gulf of Cos, is a long (100 km), narrow gulf of the Aegean Sea which separates the Bodrum peninsula from the Resadiye peninsula in southwest Turkey.

Bodrum (ancient Halicarnassus), located in its northwest reaches, is the only large city on the gulf today, but the gulf was originally named for the ancient city of Ceramus, on the north shore. The Greek island of Kos closes off the gulf from the Aegean.

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