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Kandıra

Kandıra is a town and district of Kocaeli Province in the Marmara region of Turkey. Its neighbours are Kaynarca to the east, Adapazarı to the southeast, Izmit to the south and Sile to the west.

Karaağaç, Edirne

Karaağaç is a suburb of Edirne in northwestern Turkey at the border with Greece. Karaağaç is 4 km southwest from the center of Edirne, across the river Maritsa and opposite the Greek village Kastanies. In 1890, the large Karaağaç railway station ...

Karamesutlu

Karamesutlu is a village in the district of Babaeski in the Kırklareli Province in Thracian Turkey. It lies on the highway that connects Babaeski to Kırklareli and further extends to Derekoy, the customs with Bulgaria. It is 7 km from Babaeski an ...

Kavakkoy

Kavakkoy is a village in Gelibolu district of Çanakkale Province. It is situated in the East Thracian plains at about 40°36′N 26°53′E. It is close to both the Aegean Sea at the west and the Marmara Sea at the south. The distance to Gelibolu is ab ...

Kavaklı, Kırklareli

Kavaklı is a belde in the central district of Kırklareli Province, Turkey. It is situated on D.555 which connects Kırklareli to Istanbul at 41°39′N 27°10′E. The population of Kavaklı is 3445 as of 2011. Prior to Balkan Wars the population of Kava ...

Kırcasalih

Kırcasalih is a belde in Uzunkopru district of Edirne Province, Turkey, It is situated in the eastern Trakya plains at 41°24′N 26°49′E. The distance to Uzunkopru is 18 kilometres. The population of the Kırcasalih was 3157 as of 2013. The village ...

Kocaeli Province

Kocaeli Province is a province of Turkey and one of only two to not have the same official name as its capital, Izmit, which is thus also sometimes called Kocaeli. The province is the successor of the Ottoman-era Sanjak of Kocaeli. The largest to ...

Kocahıdır

Kocahıdır is a belde in Ipsala district of Edirne Province, Turkey. At 40°49′N 26°24′E Kocahıdır is 17 kilometres south east of Ipsala. The town is divided into three parts by two parallel creeks flowing to south west. The population of Kocahıdır ...

Kofçaz

Kofçaz is a town and district of Kırklareli Province in the Marmara region of Turkey. The mayor is Nuri Çalıskan. The nearby village of Ahlatlı, 30 km away, is the northernmost settlement in the country.

Korfez, Kocaeli

Korfez is a town and district of the Kocaeli Province in the Marmara region of Turkey. It was created from eastern part of Gebze and western part of Izmit districts in 1987. It has borders with Sile to north, Derince from east, Dilovası from sout ...

Kursunlu, Bursa

Kursunlu is a coastline within the border of Gemlik district in Bursa Province of Turkey, and is one of the ancient sub-districts of the Bursa. The region lies between hills of about 1.000 ft and the Gulf of Gemlik in the Marmara Sea.

Mustafakemalpasa

Mustafakemalpasa is a town and district in Bursa Province, in the Marmara region of Turkey. The Mustafakemalpasa River Mustafakemalpasa Çayı flows through it.

Orhangazi

Orhangazi is a rural district of Bursa Province in Turkey. It was founded by Orhan I of the Ottoman dynasty in 1326. Olive production is a major part of the economy. The archeological digs of Ilıpınar Hoyuk are in the region of Orhangazi, and can ...

Pasayiğit

Pasayiğit is a belde in Kesan district of Edirne Province, Turkey. At 40°57′N 26°38′E it is situated on Turkish state highway D.550 which connects Kesan to Edirne. Its distance to Kesan is 12 kilometres and to Edirne is 100 kilometres. The popula ...

Pazarkoy, Yenice

Pazarkoy is a belde in Yenice district of Çanakkale Province, Turkey. The town was initially founded by the ancient Greeks and was called Argyria. Pazarkoy is situated to the east of Gonen creek and to the north of Kaz Mountains at 39°51′N 27°24′ ...

Pelitkoy

Pelitkoy is a large village in west Turkey. It is located in Burhaniye, Balıkesir Province and is 2 km from Çanakkale-Izmir Way. It is known for its beach, and its olives and olive products. Pelit means oak fruit in Turkish; its name translates a ...

Subası, Edirne

Subası is a belde in Meriç district of Edirne Province, Turkey. At 41°09′N 26°23′E Subası is situated 6 kilometres from the Greece border. The distance to Meriç is 7 kilometres and to Edirne is 90 kilometres. The population of Subası was 2018 as ...

Subası, Yalova

Subası is a belde in Altınova district of Yalova Province, Turkey. Situated at 40°42′N 29°30′E it is close to Hersek Headland of Marmara Sea and has almost merged to Altınova to the east. The distance to Yalova is 12 kilometres. The population of ...

Suleymanpasa

Suleymanpasa is a planned district and second level municipality in Tekirdağ Province, Turkey. According to the 2012 Metropolitan Municipalities Law, all Turkish provinces with a population more than 750 000, will be a metropolitan municipality a ...

Sultan, Edirne

Sultan is a belde in Ipsala district of Edirne Province, Turkey. At 41°01′N 26°27′E it is situated to the west of Sultankoy dam. The distance to Ipsala is 14 kilometres. The population of Sultan is 1449 as od 2013. The settlement was founded in 1 ...

Susurluk

Susurluk is a small town and a district of Balıkesir Province in northwestern Turkey. It is famous for its production of soap and dairy products. The highway from Istanbul to Izmir passes through Susurluk. In Turkey Susurluk is known for its tost ...

Tavsanlı, Yalova

Tavsanlı is a belde in Altınova district of Yalova Province, Turkey. At 40°40′N 29°27′E it is situated in the northern portion of Armutlu Peninsula. The distance to Altınova is 5 kilometres and to Yalova is 14 kilometres. The population of Tavsan ...

Tayakadın

Tayakadın is a village in central district of Edirne Province, Turkey. At 41°36′N 26°40′E it is situated 13 kilometres south east of Edirne. The population of Tayakadın was 1574 as of 2013. The village was founded in the 20th century in place of ...

Tekirdağ Province

Tekirdağ Province is a province of Turkey. It is located in the East Thrace region of the country, also known as European Turkey, one of only three provinces entirely within continental Europe. Tekirdağ Province is bordered by Istanbul Province t ...

Terzialan

Terzialan is a belde in Çan district of Çanakkale Province, Turkey. At 39°58′N 27°01′E it is 9 kilometres south of Çan and 75 kilometres east of Çanakkale. The population of Terzialan was 2072 as of 2013. The settlement was founded by the Muslim ...

Ulas, Tekirdağ

Ulas is a town in Çorlu district of Tekirdağ Province, Turkey. It is situated in the Rumeli region of the Balkan peninsula south of Turkish state highway D.535, which connects Istanbul tıo Edirne and the Bulgarian border. At 41°13′N 27°43′E, its ...

Yenesu Cave

The cave is situated 2 km 1.2 mi east of Balkaya village and 20 km 12 mi northeast of Vize town of Kırklareli Province. It is accessible on the route Vize-Kıyıkoy, Kıyıkoy-Aksicim-Balkaya or Saray-Bahçekoy-Aksicim-Balkaya. The cave is at an eleva ...

Yenice, Çanakkale

Yenice is a town and district of Çanakkale Province in the Marmara region of Turkey. According to the 2000 census, population of the district is 35.796 of which 6.903 live in the town of Yenice. The district covers an area of 1.417 km 2, and the ...

Yenicekoy, Bursa

Yenicekoy is a town in Inegol district of Bursa Province, Turkey. Situated at 40°05′N 29°25′E it is 9 kilometres west of Inegol and 40 kilometres east of Bursa. The population of Yenicekoy was 11359 as of 2012. Although no document exists about t ...

Yenimuhacir, Kesan

Yenimuhacir is a town in Kesan district of Edirne Province, Turkey, It is situated in the Eastern Thrace plains at 40°51′N 26°41′E. Its distance to Kesan is 7 kilometres and to Edirne is 117 kilometres. The population of Yenimuhacir is 2045 as of ...

Altınozu

Altınozu is a district in the south-east of Hatay Province of Turkey, on the border between Turkey and Syria. The mayor is Mehmet Cavid Alkan.

Bahçe, Osmaniye

Bahçe is a rural district and town of Osmaniye Province in the Mediterranean region of Turkey. It is located in the Nur Mountains area. The Bahçe Wind Farm, situated on the Gokçedağ, was the countrys largest one with its installed power of 135 MW ...

Bocekli

Bocekli is a belde in Duziçi district of Osmaniye Province, Turkey. At 37°16′N 36°21′E the distance to Duziçi, is 12 kilometres.The population of the town is 2458 as of 2011. Two hundred years ago the original population of Bocekli under the lead ...

Burdur Province

Burdur Province is a province of Turkey, located in the southwest and bordering Muğla and Antalya to the south, Denizli to the west, Afyon to the north, and Isparta to the east. It has an area of 6.887 km 2 and a population of 258.868. The provin ...

Dortyol

Dortyol is a city in Hatay Province, Turkey. It is a port city and oil terminus located 26 km north of the city of Iskenderun, near the easternmost point of the Mediterranean at the head of the Gulf of Iskenderun.

Eğirdir

The town and the lake were formerly called Eğridir, a Turkish pronunciation of the towns old Greek name Akrotori. Moreover, the name "Eğridir" evokes spinning and flowers in its literal meaning. The town was founded by the Hittites before falling ...

Egma Sinkhole

EGMA Sinkhole, a.k.a. Peynirlikonu Sinkhole, is a sinkhole and the deepest cave in Turkey. It is located at Sugozu village of Anamur, Mersin. The sinkhole is 1.429 m deep and 3.118 m long. EGMA is an acronym that stands for Evren Gunay - Mehmet A ...

Erzin, Turkey

Erzin is on the west-facing flanks of the Mountains and runs down to the Gulf of Iskenderun on the Mediterranean coast. The climate is warm and wet in winter, hot and extremely humid in summer, when most people retreat further up into the pine-co ...

Geben, Kahramanmaras

Geben is a town in Andırın district of Kahramanmaras Province, Turkey. At 37°47′N 36°27′E it is a mountainous town the distance to Andırın being about 30 kilometres. Near the settlement of Geben is a large baronial castle primarily of Armenian co ...

Gulf of Alexandretta

The Gulf of Alexandretta or Iskenderun is a gulf of the eastern Mediterranean or Levantine Sea. It lies beside the southern Turkish provinces of Adana and Hatay.

Gulf of Fethiye

The Gulf of Fethiye is a branch of the Mediterranean Sea in southwestern Turkey. The cities Fethiye and Gocek of Muğla Province are situated around the gulf. It is bounded on the west by Cape Kurdoğlu and on the east by Cape Iblis/Cape Angistro. ...

Hassa, Hatay

Hassa is a district of Hatay Province, Turkey on the eastern side of the Nur Mountains, looking towards the city of Gaziantep. It is on the Antakya-Malatya road. In the late 19th and early 20th century, Hassa was part of the Adana Vilayet of the ...

Isparta Province

Isparta Province is a province in southwestern Turkey. Its adjacent provinces are Afyon to the northwest, Burdur to the southwest, Antalya to the south, and Konya to the east. It has an area of 8.993 km 2 and a population of 448.298 up from 434.7 ...

Kahramanmaras Province

Kahramanmaras Province is a province of Turkey. Its provincial capital is the city of Kahramanmaras, the traffic code is 46.

Kapısuyu

Kapısuyu is a village in Samandağı district of Hatay Province, Turkey. It is near the Mediterranean coastline and in the western slopes of the Nur Mountains at 36°08′N 35°56′E. Distance to Samandağ is about 10 kilometres. The population of the vi ...

Karaağaç, Hatay

Karaağaç is a town in Iskenderun district of Hatay Province, Turkey. At 36°34′N 36°08′E it is very close both to Iskenderun and it is almost at the coast of Mediterranean Sea. Distance to Antakya is about 62 kilometres. The population of Karaağaç ...

Kırıkhan

Kırıkhan is a town and district in the northeastern part of Hatay Province, Turkey. The name Kırıkhan means" broken inn” in the Turkish language, perhaps a reference to one of the many lodgings that once lined the road. The town stands at the int ...

Kozağacı, Burdur

Kozağacı is a belde in Çavdır district of Burdur Province, Turkey. At 37°04′N 29°41′E it is situated in the plateau to the west of Kozağacı Dam reservoir. The distance to Çavdır is 10 kilometres. The population of Kozağacı was 1220 as of 2013. No ...

Kuçukdalyan

Kuçukdalyan is a town in the central district of Hatay Province, Turkey. At 36°13′N 36°10′E Kuçukdalyan is situated to the east of Asi River and it is almost merged to Antakya. The population of Kuçukdalyan was 9279 as of 2012. A part of the town ...

Kumlu

For the village in Azerbaijan, see Qumlu. Kumlu is a district of Hatay Province, in the Amik Valley plain, on the road between Antakya and Reyhanlı in Turkey.