Turkey

Turkey
Turkey

The State of Turkey is bordered on the north by the State of Georgia and the State of Bulgaria, from the west by the State of Greece, from the South by the States of Iraq and Syria, from the east by the State of Iran, the State of Azerbaijan and the State of Armenia.

The Turkish State overlooks four bodies of water:  the Sea of ​​Marmara, West, the Aegean Sea in the west, the Black Sea in the north, and the Mediterranean in the south.

Geographically

The mountain ranges in northern and southern Turkey.

The northern Anatolia Mountains are located along the Black Sea in the north of the country.

The Taurus Mountains are located in the south of the country.

The mountain is the highest mountain in the country with an altitude of 5137 m.

Turkey has a lot of hot ground water, so it ranks seventh in the world and the first European in terms of abundance of hot groundwater in its territory.


Historical Sites

The State of Turkey is a country of a charming nature, and tourism is the most important pillar of the Turkish economy.

It is a country that contains many landmarks that tourists from all over the world, such as waterfalls, forests and beaches, contain many markets, fine restaurants and many of the Byzantine and Ottoman periods These include the Sultanahmet Mosque or the Blue Mosque of 1916, the Hagia Sophia Museum, the Sulaymaniyah Mosque and the Topkapi Palace, as well as many tourist islands such as the Marmaris Islands, the Princess Islands and the island of Antalya.


Tourism

Turkey, is also a pillar of the economy in Turkey, especially recently. According to one of its reports, the number of tourists who visited it in 2008 was about 30 million tourists, who, in turn, brought in 21$ billion

It has a large number of places to go to and spend the most beautiful time, which in turn is characterized by nature charming.


The culture

It is very diverse, as it is a combination of various elements coming from Oghuz and Anatolia, in addition to the Ottoman culture which was in itself an extension of the Roman, Greek and Islamic cultures, which were mixed with a variety of customs and traditions. And very attached to a nation-state in which religion is separated from the state.

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