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Turkey

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Turkey is a country within the Near East region of the continent of Asia. This country has a population of over 70,413,958 Turk people and covers an area of 780,580 square miles. The capital of Turkey is Ankara. The country's GPS coordinates address is latitude 38.963745 and logitude 38.963745. [Map of Turkey].

Discover and explore Turkey. This online guide of information, articles, and photos of Turkey helps you learn about the cities, natural attractions, and Turk culture.

Hagia Sophia: A History of Two Cultures

Istanbul, one of the most popular cities in Europe for weekend trips, annually hosts over 8 million tourists. This number places it among the ten most-visited metropolises in the world. Located in the...

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Top 10 Best Cities in the World to Photograph

The beauty, creativity, and impact of a photograph are clearly in the hands of the photographer. Photographers understand that the camera plays a rather small part in the creative process because a gr...

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5 Things You Should Know About Armenia

Once upon a time, Noah embarked on a land that was sacred and divine…  The land was called Armenia… The name of the country always twinkles as “the land of mountains&r...

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Istanbul, Turkey: Facts, Travel, and Points of Interest

If traveling many centuries back in time is on your agenda, then Istanbul is just the place for you. Being more than 2500 years old, the name of this city was changed twice; from Byzantium to Constant...

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Ranking the World's 20 Best Beaches (Amazing Photos)

How do you decide the world's best among beaches? At the outset, all the beaches appear the same, but die-hard beach fans beg to differ. With the infinite number of seas and oceans, our beautiful ...

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Yerevan, Armenia's Capital and Gracious Mount Aragats

“I was born and raised in X city” … This is how the stories about ones native town usually begin… Well, the truth is that I was not born in Yerevan, but I am hundred percent ...

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