San Stefano

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San Stefano

(ˌsæn stɪˈfɑːnəʊ)
(Placename) a village in NW Turkey, near Istanbul on the Sea of Marmara: scene of the signing (1878) of the treaty ending the Russo-Turkish War. Turkish name: Yeşilköy
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(ˌyɛʃ ilˈkɔɪ)

a town in Turkey, near Istanbul. Formerly, San Stefano.
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A mile from his sprawling villa is ours - looking down on the pinks and yellows of the houses of San Stefano, a small bay clustered round the Ionian Sea.
A mile from his sprawling villa is ours, looking down on the pinks and yellows of the houses of San Stefano, a small bay clustered round the Ionian Sea.
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