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Turkey (Country)

Officially known as the Republic of Turkey, Turkey is a Eurasian country that stretches across the Anatolain peninsula in western Asia and Thrace in the Balkan region of southeastern Europe. It is a country with a significant geostrategic importance with its location at the crossroads of Asia and Europe.
Turkey is located in the northern hemisphere between the 36 degrees  - 42 degrees northern parallel and the 26 degrees - 45 degrees  eastern meridian. Turkey has an area of 783,562 square km. Turkey  borders the Black Sea, the Mediterranean, the Aegean and the  Marmara Sea and has a total...
The most common food is Turkish Kebab- Kebab şiş( shish),Adana Kebab(a skewer of minced meat spiced with chili and topped with pide bread, a speciality of Adana city, Urfa Kebab- Another traditional dishes is Dolma or Sarma- a family of stuffed vegetable dishes- Köfte (meatballs) is another...
Azerbaijan has a lots oil and other resources.
well 1, 2, 3, 4 etc.
Hayir, teshekkur ederim. Hayir=no teshekkur ederim=thank you
seni seviyorum kardesim
Durma (doorrma), (oo as in stool, not food or good)
All citizens of Turkey have Turkish Nationality.    There is a dispute in Turkey as to whether or not being Turkish  (nationality) and being a Turk (ethnicity) are interchangeable with  the government and the majority Turks saying that they are and  minorities like Kurds saying that they are...
United States Dollar: USD $1 = 1.19 YTL Australian Dollar: AUD $1 = 1.05 YTL Euro: EUR €1 = 1.77 YTL
  It's called Lion's Milk. Not coffee or tea as some might say.
There are about 4,000,000 turkeys (the animal) in Turkey (the country). If you are referring to citizens, then there are about 74,000,000 Turks in Turkey.
Byzantium was the Greek city that Constantinople was built on.
Byzantium was the surviving part of the roman empire with Constantinople as the centre of the empire. As a capital the emperors have decorated the city so much, some say that Constantine himself stripped all monument in the empire just to decorate the city, so as a survived capital the city become...
especially Israel is the worst enemy of the Turks and also Middle East.
Constantinople isn't in Greece, it is modern day Istanbul.
in the years of 532-537 they built but then in 1453 the TURKS save the city of İstanbul and then they rebuilt the Hagia Sophia as a mosque.
turkey was never discovered. Turkish republic are the descendants of many great empires. in order, mongols, oghuz Turks, the gokturks, the hunnic empire, the hittie empire( to some extent), the great seljuk empire, and lastly the ottoman empire. as the empire from north Asia were moving south west,...
Turkey has a modern and industrialized economy and thus accounts for many of the jobs done in many parts of the world. For example, here are some areas in that economy that created typical jobs in Turkey: A. Sophisticated banking system;B. Transport industry jobs;C. Jobs in hi tech communications;D....
peace is Barış in Turkish language
In Turkey the best places are in Istanbul which everybody almost knows about. It is a very pretty place. Lots of restaurant, nightlife, cafes, big hotels, and more. I cant explain it, you have to live it. :) The Bosphorus Bridge is beautiful and it is one of the important part of Istanbul and it is...
the people who can speak Turkish.
Just like what's going on in the Middle East currently, Young Demonstration then Creative Destruction after that Global Intervention but in the background I believe they are Free Masons
They wanted to modernize there nation.
  Answer More of Turkey's land mass is in Asia.
I believe the following geometers were born in turkey; Thales of  Miletus (c. 630-c 550) Anaximander of Miletus (c. 610-c. 547)  Anaximenes of Miletus (fl. c. 546))    Miletus was a town in the area where today Turkey is. But it is  wrong to say that Anaximander was born in Turkey because we...
He is probably the most important person in the history of modern Turkey and revered by numerous Turks similarly to how George Washington is viewed in the United States. Mustafa Kemal Atatürk was primarily a soldier in the Ottoman Army, serving with distinction in the Italo-Turkish War, Balkans...
sounds: 1. music 2. animals 3. voices 4. the wind 5. waves crashing together? 6. car noises 7. objects hitting together 8. planes9. helicopters10. clapping or singing
Turkey is a "rich" country ...
NO CLUE! There are veins and geodes??? (ROCKS AND GEMS) I really have no idea!
Mustafa Kemal Ataturk overthrew the Ottoman government who kept giving up land to the Allied Powers in World War 1. The Ottoman Sultan escaped Istanbul and went into exile never to be found again when Ataturk was near Yalova. The Sultan tried getting a British citizenship but never got approved. The...
13, nope it's 67. they have 67 cities in turkey
The only country bordering Moldova (apart form Ukraine) is Romania.  However, no country would satisfy the directions of your question.
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Constantinople gave the world a stable currency for about 800 years (400-1200). It was called the BEZANT.
Sen benim dunyamsin. Source: Native speaker. If you are paying a compliment, 'Sen benim hayatimsin' (you are my life) may be more suitable.
alara means in Turkish red moon. and apparently in french first drop of water in heaven.
2,104.72 GBP (As of February 15, 2010) GBP equals approximately 2.37 TRY
yes, Turkey is a developed country.(cia factbook)
  There is an Aqua Park at Konyaalti Beach which is west of Antalya and roughly 25km from Lara Beach
Think of Constantinople as the major city that followed Rome.It had greek coulture though most of the the byzantine empire's income came from Antioch and other eastern cities. Constaninople was the the major city of Europe until the late 11th century. It was the capital of the longest (in years)...
Osman the first (1258-1324).
Although the Ottoman Empire is now generally thought of as being a Turkish Empire, the Ottomans identified themselves by language and religion more than by an ethnic identity. Although the Turks made up the largest portion of the population and had been the ones to establish the Empire, they had...
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the turkey earthquake happened in 1999 because your mum started to walk
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Turkey - 302,535 square miles.
Yes, though not in large numbers and probably not all the year round. The Great White Shark is resident in the Mediterranean, but there is no reliable data as to its numbers. As late as the end of the 19th Century it was relatively common off the coast of Italy, Greece and modern-day Croatia but...
The main building material in the Turkish house is wood, and the main building method is generally timber frame. The details of wood construction are very simple; simple joints and nailed bindings were preferred over complicated joint details. Timber frame construction also allows more windows,...
Was capitol of Roman Empire under Constantine and then became theByzantine Capitol. It was in a good location for trade, it hadvarious arts, including religious. They made beautiful mosaics.Constantinople also had very amazing monuments such as Hagia Sophiaand was just a very powerful city.
In its heyday the boundary's of the Ottoman Empire in Europe stretched as far north as Hungary and parts of southern Russia, Iran, the Palestinian coastline, Egypt and the north of Africa. In the1600s the empire went into decline. in 1908, when turkey decided to side with Germany in WWI the regime...
One reason Constantinople was important was because of its  location. It was the center of trade for centuries. It was also  important because it was the last remaining part of the Byzantine  Empire.
The Blue Mosque, known as the Sultanahmet Camii in Turkish, or Sultan Ahmed Mosque, is an historical and dramatically beautiful mosque, located in Istanbul Turkey. Its title, 'The mosque,' is because of the lapis-lazuli blue tiles surrounding the walls of interior design. The Mosque was built...
The capital of Turkey is Ankara.
One reason was that Turky felt that they were a threat to them. Turkey thought that they would join up with Russia and fight against them in the war. Also, it was a culture that the Turkish thought would threaten their own. Also because Turkey was jealous of Armenia. After the genocide, they...
Theodosius I. the Great 347-395 became Roman Emperor in 388 AD and ordered the Roman Empire to be divided after his death between his incompetent sons Honorius who took over the West Roman Empire and Arcadius who reigned over East-Rome or Byzance with his capital Constantinople. So the Roman Empire...
He wasn't "Mohammed 2" he was "Mehmed 2". He was Sultan of the Ottoman Empire from 1451 to 1481. He was 21 years old when he conquered Constantinople.
Inanilmaz aile is a Turkish equivalent of the title to the movie 'The Incredibles'.
Turkey - 239.8 people per square mile.
Even though they were Turks, the Ottoman Empire never called themselves Turks. They opened the doors to whomever wanted to serve the empire. They gathered the smartest population for 600 years and ruled large portions of the world. Ottomans were not cruel towards the countries that they conquered....
you write it like"YUZ" and u say it like yu-uz
Babylon lies along the Euphrates River. Due East, there is no body  of water. To the Southeast, there is the Persian Gulf.
Peter Amerika'dan geliyor. That's all, darling.
Like their counterparts in medieval European towns, the artisans were organized into guilds.
Workers constructed a 14-mile stone wall along the city's coastline and repaired the massive fortifications along its western land border.
I think gallipoli is in turky
Very little, they almost lost all of their Mongoloid DNA by mixing with the Bulgar people, Samaritans, Greeks(rarely), Scythian, Tocharians, Caucasus people and went down to present-day Turkey. I know some Turkish friends that claim that they have Han/Mongolic backgrounds, and it really is true!
'Constantine the Great' 'Saint Constantine' Flavius Valerius Constantinus (AD ca. 285 - AD 337)
bodrum is hotter only just tho weird as its a bit futher north but the way the coast line is it tends to get hotter in summer
Cennetimden Bakarken is a Turkish equivalent of the title to the movie 'The Lovely Bones'.
Morganlar nerede? is a Turkish equivalent of the title to the movie 'Did You Hear About the Morgans?'
Turkish is probably most similar to the Transcaucasian languages (Kazakh, Uzbek, Turkmen, etc.). It also has numerous loanwords from Arabic, French, and English, but is not related to any of them.