Poor girl she stayed on her tiptoe for nothing. 😂😂 Allah aşkına let her kiss the man
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Besides the Aphrodisias Stadium is the city’s best-preserved and most magnificent works, it is the best-preserved ancient stadium in the Aegean region. The stadium, located in the north of the city is one of the world’s most significant ancient structures. -
The stadium has 262 meters long and 50 meters wide, and seats, which can take 30.000 spectators. The Ellipse plan was getting comfortable monitoring the activities of all the audience. Usually, stadiums were used mainly for sporting events. Also, as needed, it was used in the popular vote contests. -
The stadium had been the scene of many athletics competitions and festivals in Rome period. These competitions were in a pattern of the game of the Greece and the Olympic Pythian in Asia Minor. In addition, they were taken the names given to the same type of game in Greece. -
That situation indicated that Rome permission was received, and that was thought to honor as a sign of consent.
Those games in the Aphrodisias was regarded as the Pythia but not Olympic. Empire Godinei festivals held in honor complemented those. Two vaulted galleries, located in east and west, introduced the stadium. -
After the earthquake that caused serious damage to the theater in the 7th century of the AD, the east of the semicircular portion of the stadium was made a round with wall and was used as an arena. The rows of seats had been made on curved vaults, used as a shop and store in their period.
High walls in the north of the stadium are the part of the fortifications surrounding the city’s surroundings. Because the walls were made after the stadium, this section was used. The vaulted entrance gallery of the west was closed while walls were making.
It was a short time but I got to know a little about Malaysian culture. Can not wait to go back with more time. 🇲🇾
Thank you so much to @thefacesuiteskualalumpur for having us and for the amazing stay 🙏🏼
Noellie Sartoro, better known as @real_onigiri, is our feature this week for our #QuadGoals series. Noellie share some info on the build of her latest quad, as well as why she enjoys flying it: .
“I like flying this quad because I’m never scared to crash it and it’s the ideal quad for me for freestyle. The motor are a good combination of durability and smoothness. Kiss set up is exactly what I was looking for in order to get the footage I get, it’s efficient and consistent. .
I mostly enjoy flying to forget everything else in life and to share special moments with other people. I like traveling and meeting new pilots, doing unusual things and chasing stuff. Soon I will try to make something different in FPV by attempting to tell even better stories in my videos. But I can’t say more about it yet.”
Chameleon Ti / Rooster
Kiss Flyduino with FC V2 and 32A ESC
Mr Steele V2 Motors
Foxeer Falkor with 1.8mm lens
Unify Pro HV