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 Ankara   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Ankara was declared the capital of Turkey in 1923.
Ankara is an important crossroads for trade and forms a major junction in the road network of Turkey.
The city is the seat of the University of Ankara (established 1946), Hacettepe University (1962), the Middle East Technical University (1956), and Gazi University (1982).
www.members.tripod.com /~Cesa_1988/Ankara.htm   (636 words)

  
 Tunceli Province - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The province was named Dersim until 1936 (Dersim meaning 'Silver door' in Kurdish and Persian), and some still call the region by this name.
Its adjacent provinces are Erzincan to the north and west, Elazığ to the south, and Bingöl to the east.
Tunceli is known for its old buildings (though mainly destroyed by Hamidiye Alays in the late 19th cc and Turkish army in 1936-37 military operations against the last remaining Armenians and Alevi Derebeys-local rulers), and wonderful natural landscape, especially along the Munzur River, Munzur Mountain and Mercan Mountains.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Tunceli_Province   (276 words)

  
 MSN Encarta - Ankara
It is also the capital of Ankara Province, an arid steppe region at the heart of the Anatolian Plateau in west central Turkey.
Ankara is a market and processing center for mohair, a type of yarn, and for the fine fruits and wheat grown in the surrounding region.
Ankara is a major crossroads for trade and lies on the main east-west rail line across the Anatolian region in Turkey.
encarta.msn.com /encyclopedia_761556799/Ankara.html   (570 words)

  
 Ankara, Turkey-Adiyamanli.org
The principal monument and dominating sight in Ankara is Anitkabir, the Mausoleum of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, the founder of the Turkish Republic.
The province is a predominantly fertile wheat steppe land, with forested areas in the northeast.
It is bordered by the provinces of Cankiri and Bolu to the north, Eskisehir to the west, Konya and Aksaray to the south, and Kirikkale and Kirsehir to the east.
www.adiyamanli.org /ankara.html   (4207 words)

  
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It is the center of the province of the same name, which is a predominantly fertile wheat steppe-land with forested areas in its northeast region.
It is bordered by the provinces of Cankiri and
Ankara is situated upon a steep and rocky hill, which rises 500 ft. above the plain on the left bank of the Enguri Su, a tributary of the Sakarya (Sangarius) river.
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 Ankara
Ankara Castle The walls of Ankara Castle which once enclosed the fortified city proper are now lost in the centre of the sprawling metropolis.
Ankara is known for its wool, goat, cat, pear and honey, and the land itself is special and should not be missed..
In the province of Ankara there are six thermal centers: Kizilcahamam Kaplica 80 km to the north, Haymana Kaplica 72 km to the south, and to the northwest are Ayas Kaplica (57 km), Dutlu Kaplica (85 km), Meliksah in Cubuk (30 km), and Malikoy in Polatli (80 km).
www.mondial-tour.com /ankara.htm   (3147 words)

  
 Ankara Province - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ankara Province is a province located in central Turkey.
It is surrounded by the provinces of Bolu and Çankırı to the north, Kırıkkale to the east, Kırşehir and Aksaray to the south-east, Konya to the south, and Eskişehir to the west.
Its capital is the city of Ankara, also the capital of Turkey.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ankara_Province   (97 words)

  
 Ankara   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Ankara is situated in the centre of Turkey (Anatolia), and rests at an altitude of 850 metres above sea level.
It is also the capital of the Ankara province with 4 million inhabitants (2004 estimate).
The University of Ankara was established in 1946, the Middle East Technical University in 1956, while the Hacettepe University sets its founding year as 1206.
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 ANKARA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Ankara is the capital of Turkey and the country's second largest city.
The Celtic occupation caused the city's status to be damaged, and the town shrank to a mere village inhabited chiefly by the old native population.
Turkey was declared a republic in 1923 and Ankara replaced Istanbul as the capital of the new country.
www.yotor.org /wiki/en/an/Ankara.htm   (690 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: Konya   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
It has a population of 742 690 (in 2000) and it is the capital of Konya Province, which is the biggest Turkish province in terms of area.
In 1420, Karamanid fell to the Ottoman Empire and, in 1453, Konya was made the provincial capital of the Ottoman Province of Karamanid.
From 1097 to 1243 it was the capital of the Seljuk Sultans of Rüm, though temporarily occupied by the Crusaders Godfrey of Bouillon (August 1097) and Frederick Barbarossa (May 18, 1190).
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Konya   (1392 words)

  
 Rize Province - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Rize is a province of Turkey and is located along the eastern part of the Black Sea coast.
Its adjacent provinces are Trabzon to the west, Bayburt to the south, Erzurum to the southeast, and Artvin to the east.
Rize province is largely rural and is known for its mountain valleys and elevated yaylas (meadows).
www.vacilando.org /_cliextra/baghdadmuseumorg/includepage.php?title=Rize_Province&action=history   (228 words)

  
 Ankara (province) - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Ankara (province)
Province in north central Turkey, bordered to the northwest by Bolu, on the north by Çankiri, on the east by Kirikkale and Kirşehir, on the southeast by Aksaray, on the south by Konya, and on the west by Eskişehir;; area 25,710 sq km/9,889 sq mi; population (1990 est) 3,236,600.
The main cities and towns are Ankara (capital), Güdül, Kalecik, Polatli, and Balâ.
The province is situated in the steppelands of Anatolia and contains Lake Tuz (saltwater), Hirfanli Reservoir, Kizilirmak River, and Soǧuksu National Park.
encyclopedia.farlex.com /Ankara+(province)   (185 words)

  
 Electpubl3   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The development of the lepidopterological researches in Turkey, the studies of the author, the selection of the publication language, as well as the studying conditions in Turkey are explained and discussed.
Ankara is the place where the author has made his first attempt in collecting butterflies.
While he was a second year student in the Biology Department of the Faculty of Science in Ankara University, butterflies formed a tie between the scientific research and him.
www.members.tripod.com /~cesa_1988/Electpubl.htm   (1391 words)

  
 Ankara and Bursa, Turkey  -  Travel Photos by Galen R Frysinger, Sheboygan, Wisconsin
Ankara is an important market and processing center for mohair and for the fine fruits and wheat grown in the surrounding region.
Ankara is home to the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations, which contains a notable collection of Hittite artifacts.
Formerly Brusa or Brussa, it is the capital of Bursa Province.
www.galenfrysinger.com /ankara_turkey.htm   (567 words)

  
 MSN Encarta - Search Results - Angora
Ankara might be able to drain the sea, but it will not be able to catch the fish.
Altındağ, district of Ankara, Turkey, in Ankara province.
Boğazkale, village, central Turkey, in Çorum Province, east of Ankara.
encarta.msn.com /encnet/refpages/searchdetail.aspx?q=Angora&pg=1&grp=art   (229 words)

  
 Information About Ankara
The Dam is on the Samsun Highway, 12 km from Ankara.
Located 20km from Ankara, with an altitude between 1500 and 1850m, the Elmadag Ski Centre is ski centre has a 10-room hotel, chalets, a ski lift, restaurant and bar.
The province of Ankara has a wide variety of wild game, the most important of which are partridge, hazel grouse, rabbit, ducks and geese.
www.ankaracityguide.com /Ankara2.htm   (1411 words)

  
 Geographical Regions
Ankara, the heart of the National War of Independence, has been planned in a modern manner and developed in a short period of time.
In the research made related to the history of Ankara, the remains of the Hittites and Phrygians were encountered in the surroundings of Ankara, however, no settlement place was revealed inside the city.
Ankara, with its known history, was first founded by the Celts.
www.byegm.gov.tr /YAYINLARIMIZ/kitaplar/isteturkiye/english/geograph65.htm   (350 words)

  
 Ankara Hotels, Ankara Tourism, Ankara Travel, Hotels in Ankara, Ankara Vacations tour to ankara.
Ankara the capital of Turkey is located in the centre of Anatolia province.
Today, Ankara is a sprawling urban mass thoroughly organised and well — planned and much European in look than most of the cities in Turkey.
Ankara’s Esenboga Airport is well connected to other cities in Europe as well as to important destinations in other parts of the world.
www.travelershub.com /destination_guide/europe/ankara.html   (955 words)

  
 Ankara - All About Turkey
The city of Ankara lies in the center of Anatolia on the eastern edge of the great, high Anatolian Plateau, at an altitude of 850 meters.
The foundations of the citadel were laid by the Galatians on a prominent lava outcrop, and completed by the Romans; the Byzantines and Seljuks made restorations and additions.
The area around and inside the citadel is the oldest part of Ankara and many fine examples of traditional architecture can be seen within the citadel walls.
www.allaboutturkey.com /ankara.htm   (726 words)

  
 CENTRAL ANATOLIA REGION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The province is a predominantly fertile wheat steppeland, with forested areas in the northeast.
It is well known that the Ankara region was the cradle of wine in Hatti and Hittite times around 2000 B.C. Many restored traditional Turkish houses in the area of the citadel have found new life as restaurants, serving local and international dishes and wine.
In the province of Sivas are the famous spas of Sicak Cermik (warm spring) and Soguk Cermik (cold spring).
www.tourismturkey.org /regions/central/central_M.htm   (7659 words)

  
 WHO | Avian influenza – situation in Turkey - update 2
Of the five patients announced on Sunday, three are from Ankara Province and include two brothers, aged five and two years, and a 65-year-old man. All three patients are hospitalized in Ankara.
The additional two cases, a nine-year-old girl and her three-year-old brother, are from the Dogubeyazit district in Agri Province, and are hospitalized in the city of Van.
The five cases announced today are from Kastamonu, Corum, and Samsun provinces, bordering the Black Sea in the north-central part of the country, and from Van Province.
www.who.int /entity/csr/don/2006_01_09/en/index.html   (556 words)

  
 Turkey , luxury hotel accommadation, travel guide, tours ,sightseeings , information
Bolu-Kartalkaya This resort situated on the Istanbul - Ankara highway 50 km from Bolu is surroun ded by pinewoods, the ski area Iying between 1500 and 2200 m.
Ankara - Elmadag This is a lovely place to relax, 23 km out of Ankara, to get fresh air and to dine far away from the clamour and air pollution of the city.
Bolu It is on the Ankara - Istanbul highway 4 km south of Bolu with a 250 bed capacity.
www.lux-hotels.com /turkey/recreation.html   (4935 words)

  
 Ankara   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Ankara (formerly known as Angora, and in the classical period, Ancyra) is the capital of Turkey and the country's second largest city.
Besides it is the capital of Ankara Province.
Turkey was declared a republic in 1923 and Ankara replaced Istanbul (then Constantinople) as the capital of the new country.
www.gotmo.net /info/ankara.htm   (749 words)

  
 Station Information - Ankara Province
Ankara Province is home to the capital city of Turkey, Ankara.
It is located in the west-central Anatolian steppes.
With the exception of the capital city, most of the province is rural, used for agriculture.
www.stationinformation.com /encyclopedia/a/an/ankara_province.html   (52 words)

  
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Dilek Yarimadasi In the province of Aydin, where Mt. Samsundagi plunges into the sea is a park of river valleys, flora, fauna, beaches and cliffs.
Soguksu This park is situated on the Kizlicahamam, in Ankara province, with thermal springs, and a forested plateau with small valleys.
Altindere This park is situated in the province of Trabzon.
www.armory.com /~turkiye/turkey/travel/national.html   (968 words)

  
 Central Anatolia, Turkey, İç Anadolu Bölgesi
The carpets and kilims of Sivas have a fame surpassing the borders of Turkey, and they are known for the originality of their colors and designs, superior quality and matchless workmanship.
The thermal spring waters, at a temperature of 35 degrees Celsius, gush from the source, accompanied by fish that are 2 cm to 10 cm in length.
Karaman Province to the south of Konya is an important center from the aspect of Turkish history and language.
www.enjoyturkey.com /info/sights/central.htm   (864 words)

  
 Re: MESSAGE FROM THE IRAQI RESISTANCE MOVEMENT TO THE WORLD   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
In fact; in a cryptic telegraph -communiqu=E9 wired on August 29, 1915 to the Governors of H=FCdaverdigar, Ankara, Konya, Izmit, Adana, Maras, Urfa, Halep, Zor, Sivas, K=FCtahya, Karesi, Nigde, Mamuret=FClaziz, Diyarbekir, Karahisar-i Sahib, Erzurum and Kayseri Provinces and sub-Provinces; the purpose of the immigration was explained as the follows (1).
In another cryptic note sent to Ankara on May 27 1915 it was said that; "The measures taken by the Government regarding the Armenians are based on the necessity to ensure and protect the welfare and order of the Country.
Likewise, in the telegraphs sent to the provinces, it is requested not to move the ill, the blind, the disabled and the old and to settle them in the city centers.
www.talkaboutculture.com /group/soc.culture.turkish/messages/507193.html   (10759 words)

  
 Crimean Tatars and Noghais in Turkey
As said above, the second area of compact Tatar population is Polatli in the Ankara province with eleven villages.
The Noghai villages are located south of Ankara, near the shores of Tuz Gölü, where the road forks towards Konya and Aksaray.
Among the Tatar villages near Ankara, I visited Ballik and Taspinar (not to be confused with Taspinar in Polatli district), where it was hard to meet anybody able to speak Tatar.
www.iccrimea.org /scholarly/jankowski.html   (5352 words)

  
 Anadolu Agency: News in English, 00-04-23
ANKARA - Tansu Ciller, the leader of the True Path Party (DYP), said the coalition partners did not propose to her a single name for a president candidate on Saturday and she also noted that Monday will be a ''critical'' day since coalition partners will continue their discussions over the issue together with opposition leaders.
ANKARA - A delegation headed by Yildirim Akbulut, the Speaker of Parliament, visited on Sunday the mausoleum of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, the Founder of modern Republic of Turkey, to mark April 23 National Sovereignty and Children's Day and the 80th anniversary of opening of Turkish parliament.
ANKARA - State Minister Recep Onal said the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank is considering to stop their financial aid to countries which have a national income per capita of 4,000 U.S. dollars and noted that Turkey's national income per capita is getting closer to this amount.
www.hri.org /news/turkey/anadolu/2000/00-04-23.anadolu.html   (7053 words)

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