An olive grove in Hatay province was split in huge rifts after Monday’s devastating earthquake hit the area.
Footage recorded in the town of Tepehan on Saturday showed the cropland resembling a canyon after the quake created massive cracks in it.
According to local reports, the crack at the Hatay olive field is estimated to be around 186 miles long (300 kilometers long), 98 feet deep (30 meters deep) and 656 feet wide (200 meters wide).
Experts believe Turkey’s land could have moved between 9.8 feet (3 meters) and 13.1 feet (4 meters) due to the earthquake.
On Monday, the first 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit near Gaziantep at 04:17 local time.
The second, slightly smaller M7.5 quake came less than 12 hours later in Kahramanmaras province, destroying many buildings in the city.
Here some more pictures of the dramatic event…
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