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Ulubey, Uşak
ULUBEY, formerly GöBEK, is a town and district of Uşak Province
Uşak Province
in the inner Aegean Region
Aegean Region
of Turkey
Turkey
. The district is famous for Ulubey Canyon and the ruins of Blaundus . REFERENCES * ^ "Area of regions (including lakes), km²". Regional Statistics Database. Turkish Statistical Institute. 2002. Retrieved 2013-03-05. * ^ "Population of province/district centers and towns/villages by districts - 2012". Address Based Population Registration System (ABPRS) Database. Turkish Statistical Institute
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Aegean Region (statistical)
The AEGEAN REGION (Turkish : Ege Bölgesi) (TR3) is a statistical region in Turkey
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Tekirdağ Province
TEKIRDAğ PROVINCE (Turkish : Tekirdağ ili , pronounced ) is in East Thrace , the European part of northwestern Turkey . CONTENTS * 1 Agriculture * 2 Districts * 3 References * 4 External links AGRICULTUREThe province of Tekirdağ is one of Turkey's the most important regions for viticulture and winemaking . The coastline between Tekirdağ and Şarköy , particularly Mürefte , are notable centers of wineyards. 22 of the 27 villages of Şarköy grow grape and produce wine. There are well-known wine producers in the region, including "Doluca", "Gülor", "Kutman", "Bağcı" and "Latif Aral". Other wine producers of the region are "Melen" in Hoşköy, Şarköy and "Umurbey" in Tekirdağ
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Afyonkarahisar Province
AFYONKARAHISAR PROVINCE (Turkish : Afyonkarahisar ili), also called more simply AFYON PROVINCE, is a province in western Turkey. Adjacent provinces are Kütahya to the northwest, Uşak to the west, Denizli to the southwest, Burdur to the south, Isparta to the southeast, Konya to the east, and Eskişehir to the north. The provincial capital is Afyonkarahisar . It covers an area of 14.230 km², and the population is about 706.371 (2014 est)
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Aydın Province
AYDıN PROVINCE (Turkish : Aydın
Aydın
ili) is a province of southwestern Turkey
Turkey
, located in the Aegean Region
Aegean Region
. The provincial capital is the city of Aydın
Aydın
which has a population of approx. 150,000 (2000). Other towns in the province include the summer seaside resorts of Didim and Kuşadası . CONTENTS * 1 History * 2 Geography * 2.1 Districts * 2.2 Flora * 3 Economy * 3.1 Tourism * 3.2 Agriculture * 3.3 Industry * 4 Places of interest * 5 Culture * 6 Infrastructure * 6.1 Roads * 7 Notable citizens * 8 See also * 9 References * 10 External links HISTORY Further information: Aydın
Aydın
§ History Aydın
Aydın
was founded by the ancient Thracians
Thracians
and was once known as Tralles
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Denizli Province
DENIZLI PROVINCE (Turkish : Denizli ili) is a province of Turkey in Western Anatolia , on high ground above the Aegean coast. Neighbouring provinces are Uşak to the north, Burdur , Isparta , Afyon to the east, Aydın , Manisa to the west and Muğla to the south. It is located between the coordinates 28° 30’ and 29° 30’ E and 37° 12’ and 38° 12’ N. It covers an area of 11,868 km², and the population is 931,823. The population was 750,882 in 1990. The provincial capital is the city of Denizli
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Kırklareli Province
KıRKLARELI PROVINCE (Turkish : Kırklareli ili) is a province in northwestern Turkey on the west coast of the Black Sea . The province neighbours Bulgaria to the north along a 180-kilometre (110 mi) long border. It borders the province of Edirne to the west and the province of Tekirdağ to the south and province of Istanbul to the southeast. Kırklareli is the capital city of the province. The province's and its central city's name means "the land of the forties" in Turkish and it may refer either to the forty Ottoman ghazis sent by the sultan Murad I to conquer the city for the Ottoman Empire in the 15th century or to the forty churches reported to be situated in the region before the Ottoman conquest, as attested by the former name of Kırklareli (Kırk Kilise in Turkish ; Σαράντα Εκκλησιές, Saranta Eklesies in Greek )
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Edirne Province
EDIRNE PROVINCE (Turkish : Edirne ili) is a province of Turkey , located in Eastern Thrace along the Greek and Bulgarian border. It is named for its capital, Edirne . The city's wealth, population, and importance increased after it was declared as the capital city of the Ottoman Empire . Edirne still maintains its importance under the Turkish Government. CONTENTS * 1 Districts * 2 See also * 3 References * 4 External links DISTRICTS Edirne districts
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Istanbul Province
ISTANBUL PROVINCE (Turkish : İstanbul ili), also the ISTANBUL METROPOLITAN MUNICIPALITY (İstanbul Büyükşehir Belediyesi) is a province located in northwestern Turkey
Turkey
. It has an area of 5,343.02 square kilometres (2,062.95 sq mi) and a population of 14,804,116 as of 2016. It is surrounded by the provinces of Tekirdağ to the west, Kocaeli to the east, the Black Sea
Black Sea
to the northern part and the Sea of Marmara to the south. The Bosphorus Strait divides the province in two parts: the European side and the Asian side. Out of a population of 12.9 million in 2009, roughly 8 million lived on the European side and the remaining 5 million lived on the Asian. The metropolitan municipality of Istanbul
Istanbul
has had the same boundaries as the province since 2004
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West Marmara Region (statistical)
The WEST MARMARA REGION (Turkish : Batı Marmara) (TR2) is a statistical region in Turkey
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Balıkesir Province
BALıKESIR PROVINCE (Turkish : Balıkesir ili) is a province in northwestern Turkey
Turkey
, having coastlines on both the Sea of Marmara and the Aegean . Its adjacent provinces are Çanakkale to the west, İzmir to the southwest, Manisa to the south, Kütahya to the southeast, and Bursa to the east. The provincial capital is Balıkesir City. Most of the province lies in the Marmara Region except the southern parts of Bigadiç Edremit, Kepsut, İvrindi, Savaştepe and Sındırgı districts and ones of Ayvalık, Burhaniye, Dursunbey, Gömeç and Havran, that bound the Aegean Region . Kaz Dağı (pronounced ), known also as Mount Ida, is located in this province. Balıkesir province is famous for its olives , thermal spas , and clean beaches, making it an important tourist destination
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Çanakkale Province
Coordinates : 40°02′27″N 26°33′37″E / 40.04083°N 26.56028°E / 40.04083; 26.56028 ÇANAKKALE PROVINCE (Turkish : Çanakkale ili) is a province of Turkey , located in the northwestern part of the country. It takes its name from the town of Çanakkale . Like Istanbul , Çanakkale province has a European ( Thrace ) and an Asian ( Anatolia ) part. The European part is formed by the Gallipoli (Gelibolu) peninsula, while the Asian part is largely coterminous with the historic region of Troad in Anatolia . They are separated by the Dardanelles strait, connecting the Sea of Marmara and the Aegean Sea . The archaeological site of Troy is found in Çanakkale province
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İzmir Province
İZMIR PROVINCE (Turkish : Izmir
Izmir
ili) is a province of Turkey
Turkey
in western Anatolia
Anatolia
on the Aegean coast, whose capital is the city of İzmir
İzmir
. On the west it is surrounded by the Aegean sea, and it encloses the Gulf of Izmir
Izmir
. Its area is 11,973 kilometres (7,440 miles).2, population 3.948.848 (2010 tüik census). The population was 3,370,866 in 2000. Neighbouring provinces are Balıkesir on the north, Manisa on the east, and Aydın on the south. The traffic code of the province is 35. The main rivers of the province are the Küçük Menderes river, Koca Çay (with Güzelhisar dam), and Bakırçay . Its provincial capital is the city of İzmir, the traffic code is 35
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Kütahya Province
KüTAHYA PROVINCE (Turkish : Kütahya ili) is a province in the Aegean region of Turkey
Turkey
. It is 11,889 km² in size, and the population is 571,554 (2014). In 1990, Kütahya had a population of 578,000
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Eskişehir Province
ESKIşEHIR PROVINCE (Turkish : Eskişehir ili) Eskişehir's province population is 844, 842. Eskişehir's urban population is 734,837. Eskişehir is a province in northwestern Turkey
Turkey
. Its adjacent provinces are Bilecik to the northwest, Kütahya to the west, Afyon to the southwest, Konya to the south, Ankara to the east, and Bolu to the north. The provincial capital is Eskişehir . Most of the province is laid down in Central Anatolia Region
Central Anatolia Region
. Northern parts of Mihalıççık district and ones of Mihalgazi and Sarıcakaya of her remained in Black Sea Region and Han one of her remained in Aegean Region . Eskişehir is an old, culturally developed province of Turkey
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Düzce Province
DüZCE PROVINCE (Turkish : Düzce
Düzce
ili) is a province in northwestern Turkey
Turkey
. It is on the coastline of the Black Sea
Black Sea
and is traversed by the main highway between Istanbul
Istanbul
and Ankara
Ankara
. The main town is Düzce . There are ancient Greek ruins in the province. Düzce
Düzce
broke off from Bolu province and became a province in its own right after a devastating earthquake in the city in November 1999. The total population of the province in 2010 was 338,188
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