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Turkey Tourist Train: New service aims to boost visitors to east

A new, cross-country train service has opened in Turkey. It aims to attract a new generation of travellers, taking them from the capital Ankara, to the far-eastern city of Kars. TRT World's Suheil Damouny went along for a ride, to find out more. #Train, #Turkey, #Tourism

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