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A strong earthquake of magnitude 5.2 occurred in the popular resort town of Antalya in Turkey. Reported by the Daily Mail.
The epicenter of the quake was on the coast in Kemer district, and, according to eyewitnesses who have left comments on the website Last Quake, during a natural disaster was felt, shaking the building.
“The building was shaking strongly for a long period. It was incredibly scary,” wrote one. “I was lying in bed and suddenly felt, as she began to move, and then in the mirror I saw a move with it,” shared a woman who was on the last floor of the hotel at the time of the earthquake.
Earlier, in July, a four-foot tsunami hit the beaches of the Islands of Mallorca and Menorca in Spain. In the disaster many bars and terraces were flooded, coastal road covered with water. Also the video hit local residents who are trying to save their boats.
Video, photo All from Russia.