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Turkey, known precisely as the Republic of Turkey, is a Eurasian country that extends beyond the Anatolian peninsula in western Asia and Thrace in the Balkan region of southeastern Europe. Turkey is boundary by eight countries and it is one of the six sovereign Turkic states. The transcendent religion by number of people is Islam. The country's recognized language is Turkish, although Kurdish and Zazaki languages are announced by Kurds and Zazas, who constitutes 18% of the population. The evolution was greatly increased by the Seljuk victory extremely the Byzantine Empire at the Battle of Manzikert. Several small beyliks and the Seljuk Sultanate of Rum controlled by Anatolia until the Mongol Empire's violation. After the Ottoman Empire disintegrates it's obliterate in World War I, parts of it were occupied by the triumphant Allies. Turkey is a democratic, unitary, secular, constitutional republic, with an antique cultural endowment. Through it all the impassive spirit of the Turkish people has conquered, and in recent years the government has initiated many transforms to strengthen its democracy and economy, so it can finally join the European correlation. The modern Turkish state--beginning with the conception of the Republic of Turkey in the years promptly after World War I formulate on a national consciousness that had refined only in the late nineteenth century.

Turkey Recreation, Culture and Attractions

Turkey presents great recreational enterprises with a classification of restaurants, cultural events and nightlife. The halkevi is an affinity centre where recreational enterprises are presented, such as swimming, volleyball and basketball. Many universities, banks, companies and large organizations implements recreational opportunity and holiday resorts for their employees and families. Turks are very passionate about soccer. People spend in free time to enjoy archery, volleyball, basketball, mountaineering, fencing, skiing, rowing, table-tennis, karate, swimming and car racing. These exercises are generally subsidized by one of the Turkish sports clubs. Turkey has a very divergent culture that is a combination of distinctive elements of the Oguz Turkic, Anatolian, Ottoman and Western culture and traditions, which initiated with the Westernization of the Ottoman Empire and still maintains today. Meanwhile the first years of the republic, the government established a large amount of properties into fine arts; such as museums, theatres, opera houses and architecture. Turkish culture is a consequence of aspiration to be a "modern" Western state, while it conserves universal religious and ancient values. Turkish literature was extremely determined by Persian and Arabic literature until most of the Ottoman generation, despite adjacent to the end of the Ottoman Empire, mainly after the Tanzimat period, the significance of both Turkish folk and European formal traditions inclined increasingly manipulated. Haghia Sophia Museum, the extravagant monument of Byzantine art. It was completed by Justinian in 6th century AD and is the 3rd church to establish this site. Blue Mosque, Sultan Ahmet Camii is one of the highest magnificent mosques in the world. Its name is acquired from the blue tiles enhanced its interior. It distinguishes its beautiful proportions that are expected to deliberate the splendor of Islam. Pamukkale is one of the natural wonders of the world. It is an extraordinary geological accumulation configures over 14.000 years. The spring water at Pamukkale has remedial qualities and since antique has been said to cure rheumatism, kidney and heart diseases.

Turkey Demographics

Turkey Total Population - 72,586,256
Turkey Turks Population - 58,000,000
Turkey Kurds Population - 14,000,000
Turkey Pontians Population - 2000
Turkey Arabs Population - 490,000
Turkey Armenians Population - 40,000-70,000
Turkey Syriacs Population - 24,000
Turkey Laz Population - 50,000
Turkey Roma Population - 3,000,000

Turkey Education

The country formal education system is governed by the Ministry of National Education. The age of admission to school is 6 or 7 years in Turkey. The country has five stages of education. They are preschool, primary school, middle school, high school, and university education. Primary education is necessary for every Turkish citizen from the age of six to the age of fourteen. This education included five years of primary school. The determination of primary education is to ensure that every child gets the basic knowledge, skills, behaviors, and habits to become a good citizen. Secondary education is covers general, vocational and technical high schools. This is given students a minimum common culture. The higher education purpose is to increase the students in line with their interests and skills, in conformance to the science policy of the country and in consideration of skilled manpower needs of society at several levels. In the universities, the medium of teaching is Turkish. Some universities are usage English, French and German as the language of teaching with one preparatory year

Turkey Symbols

Turkey state Flag
Turkey Flag
Turkey state Flower
Turkey Flower
Turkey state Bird
Turkey Bird
Turkey state Animal
Turkey Animal
Grey Wolf
Turkey state Motto
Turkey Motto
Egemenlik kayitsiz sartsiz milletindir
Turkey state Anthem
Turkey Anthem
'Istiklal Marsi'

Turkey History

Republic of Turkey is a new Eurasian country in an old land. It is one of the oldest incessantly inhabited regions in the world. While the lands have an earliest history, Turkic immigration to the country is moderately new. Anatolia was employed in about 1900 B.C. by the Indo-European Hittites and, next the Hittite empire's breakdown in 1200 B.C. by Phrygians and Lydians. The first Neolithic settlements such as Pottery Neolithic, Pre-Pottery Neolithic A to Pottery Neolithic, Pre-Pottery Neolithic B, Pottery Neolithic, Pre-Pottery Neolithic A and Mersin are measured to be between the earliest human settlements in the world. The settlement of Troy started in the Neolithic and continued into the Iron Age. Previously the Turkic settlement, the local population of Anatolia had stretched a probable level of 12 to 14 million people throughout the late Roman Period. The House of Seljuk was a division of the Kinik Oguz Turks who lived on the edge of the Muslim world, north of the Caspian and Aral Seas in the Yabghu Khaganate of the Oguz league in the 10th century. The Turkic people living in the Seljuk Empire started traveling from their familial homelands towards the eastern regions of Anatolia in 11th century. During the 1243, the Seljuk armies were overpowered by the Mongols in the Battle of Kosedag, and the Seljuk Sultanate of Rum developed a vassal of the Mongols. The Mongol invasion of Transoxiana, Iran, Azerbaijan and Anatolia produced Turkomens to transfer to Western Anatolia. The Ottoman beylik's first capital was located in Bursa in 1326. The Ottoman Empire's power and respect pale in the 16th and 17th centuries, mainly during the reign of Suleiman the Magnificent. On the 1918 October 30th the Armistice of Mudros was signed, followed by the obligation of Treaty of Sevres on August 10th 1920 by Allied Powers, which was never ratified. The occupation of some parts of the country by the Allies in the aftermath of World War I encouraged the formation of the Turkish national movement. Under the leadership of Mustafa Kemal he is a military commander who had eminent himself during the Battle of Gallipoli, the Turkish War of Independence was paid with the aim of canceling the terms of the Treaty of Sevres. By September 18th, 1922, the inhabiting armies were excluded. On November 1st the newly started parliament officially eliminated the Sultanate, consequently ending 623 years of Ottoman rule. Mustafa Kemal was became the republic's first President of Turkey and afterward presented many fundamental reforms with the aim of founding a new secular republic from the fragments of its Ottoman past.

Turkey Tourism

Tourism in Turkey is attracted mainly on a classification of ancient sites, and on seaside expedient adjacent to its Aegean and Mediterranean Sea coasts. In the modern years, Turkey has also harmonized popular design for culture, spa, and health care tourism. Turkey's largest city, Istanbul, has a number of significant attractions developed from its ancient status as capital of the Byzantine and Ottoman Empires. Beach vacations and Blue Cruises, especially for Turkish gratification and visitors from Western Europe, are also essential to the Turkish tourism industry. Most beach surrogate is placed along the southwestern and southern coast, called the Turkish Riviera, mainly along the Mediterranean coast near Antalya. Antalya is also recognized as the tourism capital of Turkey. Ankara has an extraordinary old town, and while it is not exactly a touristy city, is generally a stop for travelers who go to Cappadocia. In Turkey's capital, Hisar, the Byzantine fortress atop a hill, and the contiguous Museum of Anatolian Civilsations are pleasant tourist spots. Ephesus is the magnificent and best sustained of Turkey's ruins. Erstwhile Ionia, the temple of Diana was estimated amid the Seven Wonders of the World. Antalya is the outstanding city on Turkey's central Mediterranean coast. Antalya gives you the opportunity to examine quieter beach towns and antique cities of the region. Hagia Sofia is a great building beauty and an extraordinary tribute, both Byzantine and Ottoman. The museum has consistently been an exquisite part of his time. Hagia Sophia is entirely remembered as one of the great buildings of the world. Belek is a popular resort with golfers and families in southwestern Turkey, adjacent 22 km from Antalya Airport. The white sandy beach is enclosed through pine trees that contribute shade and shelter. Kusadasi is a delightful sea, the Aegean Sea unavailable the city with a rich history. The attractive resort town of Kusadasi in Ayden territory placed about 56 miles south of Izmir on the Aegean slide of Turkey.

Turkey Transportation

Turkey has a well-developed, state-owned railway system produced to fundamental gauge which falls under the alleviation of the Ministry of Transport and Communication. Marmaray project initiate on a rail tunnel belonging to the Bosporus contingency in 2004. Between Istanbul and Ankara, a high speed railroad line is being constituted next to the conventional speed railroad which is actually restricted. There are infinite private bus company's implements connections between cities in Turkey. For local expedition to villages there are loused, small vans that seat about twenty passengers. Bus is the fundamental public transportation in Turkey. It is cheap and persistent. Some bus companies have very modern buses in their expeditious; the contentment level separate greatly from one company to another. Turkeys' centrally placed land has a comfortable approach from Europe, Asia and the States. Trains are accessible from Germany throughout Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria managed to its final terminal Istanbul. Another Train accessible is last from Iran with the orientation of Ankara. The primary rail intermediary is the Turkiye Cumhuriyeti Delved Demiryollari which is obligated for all long-distance and cross-border transportation and passenger trains. A number of other companies accomplish rural passenger trains in urban conurbations. Turkey is also a constituent of the International Union of Railways.

Turkey Taxes

Turkey Transaction tax on checks - 0.1%
Turkey Tax on interest - 0.4%
Turkey Vehicle tax - 0.4%
Turkey Stamp duty on property sale - 0.5%
Turkey Property tax - 0.9%
Turkey Property transfer fee - 0.9%
Turkey Fuel tax - 1.5%
Turkey Unemployment insurance contributions - 2.3%
Turkey Corporate income tax - 17%
Turkey Social security contributions - 20.8%

Turkey Universities

Çukurova University, Adana, Turkey - 40,000 Students
Aksaray University, Aksaray, Turkey - 4,300 Students
Ankara University, Ankara, Turkey - 44,906 Students
Gazi University, Ankara, Turkey - 58062 Students
Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey - 26.398 Students
Middle East Technical University, Çankaya, Ankara, Turkey - 46,000 Students
Atilim University, Ankara, Turkey - 5.120+ Students
Çankaya University, Ankara, Turkey - 4,165 Students
Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey - 12,000 Students
TOBB University of Economics and Technology, Ankara, Turkey - 1617 Students
Akdeniz University, Konyaalti, Antalya, Turkey - 12.000 Students
Balikesir University, Balikesir, Turkey - 25.030 Students
Bayburt University, Bayburt, Turkey - 1600 Students
Abant Izzet Baysal University, Bolu, Turkey - 18,200 Students
Uludag University, Bursa, Turkey - 44,048 Students
Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Çanakkale, Turkey - 19,000 Students
Pamukkale University, Denizli, Turkey - 31.174 Students
Dicle University, Diyarbakir, Turkey - 17,600 Students
Trakya University, Edirne, Turkey - 30.000 Students
Firat University, Elazig, Turkiye - 21,164 Students
Ataturk University, Erzurum, Turkey - 42,000 students
Eskisehir Osmangazi University, Eskisehir, Turkey - 15,751 students
Gaziantep University, Gaziantep, Turkey - 41,510 students
Suleyman Demirel University, Isparta, Turkey - 39,157 students
Galatasaray University, Istanbul, Turkey - 2,500 students
Istanbul Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey - 43,125 students
Istanbul University, Istanbul, Turkey - 24,000 students
Marmara University, Istanbul, Turkey - 50,092 students
Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Findikli, Istanbul, Turkey - 5,100 students
Yildiz Teknik Universitesi, Istanbul, Turkey - 21,000 students

Turkey Religions

Turkey Christian Population is 0.16%
Turkey Muslim Population is 99% - 99.8%
Turkey Others Population is 0.06%* (0.04% Jews, 0.02% Baha'is)

Turkey Provinces

Adana, Turkey - Population 2,062,226
Adiyaman, Turkey - Population 588,475
Afyonkarahisar, Turkey - Population 701,326
Agri, Turkey - Population 537,665
Amasya, Turkey - Population 365,231
Ankara, Turkey - Population 5,017,914
Antalya, Turkey - Population 1,719,751
Artvin, Turkey - Population 191,934
Aydin, Turkey - Population 950,757
Balikesir, Turkey - Population 1,076,347
Bilecik, Turkey - Population 194,326
Bingöl, Turkey - Population 253,739
Bitlis, Turkey - Population 388,678
Bolu, Turkey - Population 270,654
Burdur, Turkey - Population 256,803
Bursa, Turkey - Population 3,594,687
Çanakkale, Turkey - Population 464,975
Çankiri, Turkey - Population 270,355
Çorum, Turkey - Population 597,065
Denizli, Turkey - Population 950,029
Diyarbakir, Turkey - Population 1,362,708
Edirne, Turkey - Population 402,606
Elazig, Turkey - Population 569,616
Erzincan, Turkey - Population 316,841
Erzurum, Turkey - Population 937,389
Eskisehir, Turkey - Population 706,009
Gaziantep, Turkey - Population 1,285,249
Giresun, Turkey - Population 523,819
Gumushane, Turkey - Population 186,953
Hakkâri, Turkey - Population 236,581
Hatay, Turkey - Population 1,448,418
Isparta, Turkey - Population 513,681
Mersin, Turkey - Population 2,271,400
Istanbul, Turkey - Population 11,622,257
Izmir, Turkey - Population 3,370,866
Kars, Turkey - Population 325,016
Kastamonu, Turkey - Population 375,476
Kayseri, Turkey - Population 1,060,432
Kirklareli, Turkey - Population 328,461
Kirsehir, Turkey - Population 253,239
Kocaeli, Turkey - Population 1,206,085
Konya, Turkey - Population 2,192,166
Kutahya, Turkey - Population 656,903
Malatya, Turkey - Population 853,658
Manisa, Turkey - Population 1,260,169
Kahramanmaras, Turkey - Population 1,002,384
Mardin, Turkey - Population 705,098
Mugla, Turkey - Population 715,328
Mus, Turkey - Population 453,654
Nevsehir, Turkey - Population 309,914
Nigde, Turkey - Population 348,081
Ordu, Turkey - Population 887,765
Rize, Turkey - Population 365,938
Sakarya, Turkey - Population 756,168
Samsun, Turkey - Population 1,209,137
Siirt, Turkey - Population 263,676
Sinop, Turkey - Population 225,574
Sivas, Turkey - Population 755,091
Tekirdag, Turkey - Population 623,591
Tokat, Turkey - Population 828,027
Trabzon, Turkey - Population 975,137
Tunceli, Turkey - Population 93,584
Sanliurfa, Turkey - Population 1,443,422
Usak, Turkey - Population 322,313
Van, Turkey - Population 1,022,330
Yozgat, Turkey - Population 682,919
Zonguldak, Turkey - Population 615,599
Aksaray, Turkey - Population 396,084
Bayburt, Turkey - Population 97,358
Karaman, Turkey - Population 243,210
Kirikkale, Turkey - Population 383,508
Batman, Turkey - Population 456,734
Sirnak, Turkey - Population 353,197
Bartin, Turkey - Population 184,178
Ardahan, Turkey - Population 133,756
Igdir, Turkey - Population 168,634
Yalova, Turkey - Population 168,593
Karabuk, Turkey - Population 225,102
Kilis, Turkey - Population 114,724
Osmaniye, Turkey - Population 458,782
Duzce, Turkey - Population 314,261

Turkey Geography

The country of Turkey is extended to 1,600 kilometers long and 800 km wide, with a closely rectangular shape. This is an extending country across Eurasian country. The Asia Turkey, which constitutes 97% of the country, is distinct from European Turkey beside the Bosphorus, the Sea of Marmara, and the Dardanelles. It fabricates within latitudes 35° and 43° N, and longitudes 25° and 45° E. Turkey is the 37th largest country in the world in circumstance of area. Eastern Turkey has more gigantic scenery and is home to the connection of rivers such as the Euphrates, Tigris and Aras, and comprises Lake Van and Mount Ararat, Turkey's maximum point at 5,165 meters. The remaining north Anatolian territory running along the Black Sea simulates a long, narrow belt. This region contains around one-sixth of Turkey's inclusive land area. The coastal areas of Turkey adjacent to the Aegean Sea and the Mediterranean Sea have a restrained Mediterranean climate; the climate of the turkey is hot, dry summers and mild to cool, wet winters. The term Anatolia is generally used in specific implication to the large, semiarid central plateau, which is confined by hills and mountains that in many places limit avenue to the fertile, impassive settled coastal regions. The European circumstance of Turkey, known as Thrace, comprises 3% of the total area but is home to increase 10% of the total population.

Turkey Government

Politics of Turkey takes place in a structure of a closely temporal parliamentary representative democratic republic; Prime Minister is the head of government in Turkey and of a multi-party system. The function of head of state is implemented by the president. A president is named whole five years by a public vote. The president does not have to be a member of parliament. The prime minister is elected by the parliament through a vote of resolution in his government. The members are elected for a five-year term by moderated harmonious representation with an election origin of 10%. The President of the Republic is the head of state and has a largely solemn role. The president is elected for a five-year designation by continuous elections. The judiciary is sovereign of the government and the legislature, and the Constitutional Court is intense with ruling on the allegiance of laws and proclaimed with the constitution. The Council of State is the council of last expedient for administrative cases, and the High Court of fascination for all others. The prime minister is elected by the parliament is completed a vote of fortitude in the government and is most usually the head of the party having the most seats in parliament. There are 550 members of parliament who are elected for a four-year term by a party-list equivalent exhibition system from 85 constituent districts which substitute the 81 administrative provinces of Turkey.

Turkey Parks

Karatepe is a late Hittite castle and open air museum in Osmaniye territory in southern Turkey unreliable at a distance of about 23 km from the district intermediate of Kadirli. It is located in the Taurus Mountains, on the right bank of the Ceyhan River. It is comprised within Karatepe-Arslantas National Park. The place was an antique city of Cilicia, which organized a passage from eastern Anatolia to the north Syrian plain. It harmonized an extraordinary Neo-Hittite center after the destruction of the Hittite Empire in the late 12th century BCE. The Munzur Valley National Park is the largest park determined on December 21, 1971, it is one of the collections of independent national park in Turkey. It is placed at the Munzur Valley of Munzur Mountain magnitude within Tunceli division in eastern Anatolia. The Gallipoli peninsula is placed in Turkish Thrace to the European part of Turkey, with the Aegean Sea to the west and the Dardanelles distress to the east. Nemrut or Nemrud is a 2,134 m high mountain in southeastern Turkey, distinguished for the summit where a number of large statues are elevated around what is affected to be a impressive tomb from the 1st century BCE. Kaçkar Mountains are a mountain range increasing above adjacent to the Black Sea slide in eastern Turkey. With highest peak Kaçkar Dagi, exaltation 3,937 m, and mountain plateaus at surrounding 3,000 m in elevation, it is the highest part of Pontic Mountains. The area was announced as national park in 1994. His local name of the highest peak or its mountain group Kaçkar Dagi transforms to Kaçkar Mountain, and the name of the range Kaçkar Daglari explicates to Kaçkar Mountains.

Turkey Economy

The country is a constitute member of the OECD and the G-20 significant economies. During the first six groups of the republic, between 1923 and 1983, Turkey has primarily held to quasi-statist proficiency with strict government planning of the budget and government-imposed restrictions over private sector participation, foreign trade, flow of foreign currency, and foreign direct investment. Lack of additional economic transforms, combined with large and growing public sector deficiency and widespread corruption, developed in high expansion, a weak banking sector and increased macroeconomic levity. Turkey's economy is effective more subordinate on industry in major cities, particularly intensive in the western provinces of the country, and less on agriculture, despite traditional agriculture is alleviate a major pillar of the Turkish economy. Turkey is a dynamic transpire market completed with a network of developed infrastructure and an exhaustive combative work force. Main economic gauge in Turkey have been improved and endurance has been accomplish in many areas mainly in the last two years. Turkey is a Eurasian country established within Western Asia and the Balkan region of South Eastern Europe. This is an incorporate of modern industry and commerce, adjacent with the traditional agriculture zone. Turkey has a powerful and ever-developing private zone, and the state is a major patron to industry, banking, transport and communication.