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Numerology information Gediz:
Name Number: 6 Meaning: Home, Family, Love, Balance, Harmony, Help, Warmth, Social justice
Songs about Gediz:
Gediz by Fly Project from the Album Ambient Voyage: Turkey
Gediz by Fly Project from the Album Belly Dance 100 (Danza Orientale)
Gediz by Fly Project from the Album Danza Del Ventre (100 Collection)
Gediz Pazar? by Kerim Mutafo?lu from the Album ?erfem
Gediz Pazar? by Köprücekli Ali from the Album Davul Zurna ?le Ege Oyun Havalar?
Gediz Pazar? by Köpürcekli Ali from the Album Köpürcekli Ali, Vol. 3 (Davul Zurna ?le Ege Oyun Havalar?)
Gediz Pazar?d?r Benim Pazar?m by Banazl? Orhan from the Album Yöremiz Ve Türkülerimiz (Gurbetten S?laya)
Books about Gediz:
The Gediz, Turkey, earthquake of 1970: A report to the National Science Foundation by Joseph Penzien (1970)
Gediz bibliyografyasi (Turk edebiyati arastirmalari) (Turkish Edition) by Necla Turkcapar Gunay (1999)
Environment, disaster, and recovery: A longitudinal study of the 1970 Gediz earthquake in western Turkey final... by William Allen Mitchell (Jan 1, 1978)
Economic impacts on cotton production due to land degradation in the Gediz Delta, Turkey [An article from: Land... by E. Atis (Apr 1, 2006)
Late Cenozoic uplift of western Turkey: Improved dating of the Kula Quaternary volcanic field and numerical modelling... by R. Westaway, H. Guillou, S. Yurtmen and A. Beck (Jun 1, 2006)
Leyla Gediz by Leyla [Edited by Basak Senova] Gediz (2011)
Seasonal and Interannual Variations of Evaporation and Their Relations with Precipitation, Net Radiation, and... by Bhaskar J. Choudhury and Nasa Technical Reports Server (Ntrs) (Aug 7, 2013)
Wiki information Gediz:
Gediz is a town and district of Kütahya Province in the Aegean region of Turkey. According to 2000 census, population of the district is 77,483 of which 19,375 live in the town of Gediz.
The Gediz River is the second-largest river in Anatolia flowing into the Aegean Sea. The ancient names Hermos and Hermus are sometimes still used.