Cities of Turkey
Hakkari is also spelled Hakkiari, Hakari, Hakiari, etc., is a province situated in the Eastern Anatolia region of Turkey, located at the juncture of Iraq and Iran. Its adjacent provinces are Sirnak to the west and Van to the north. Mounts Cilo and Sat are the two towering ranges that dominate the topography,
Isparta is a province that placed at the Mediterranean Region, and famous with lakes, roses and rugs. Antic cities, national parks, and caves are places to be seen in province. Districts: Isparta (center), Aksu, Atabey, Eğridir, Gelendost, Gönen, Keçiborlu, Senirkent, Sütçüler, Şarkikarağaç, Uluborlu, Yalvaç, Yenişarbademli. Aksu: There are coins come acrossed in
Kayseri has been one of the most important trade centre in Anatolia over the history. Located in the right centre of the country, it has the feel of a modern, busy city but also has a strong traditional and religious atmosphere. The setting is spectacular, with the mountains of Erciyes
There are lots of pieces of art, reflecting Ancient Age, Medieval Age, Byzantium and Ottoman culture in a territory city, Kırklareli, and it has an ideal center position for coastal tourism, culture, caravan, camping and water sports tourism, hunt and nature tourism like various branches.
Corum is an Anatolian city that brings two geographical regions, Black Sea and Central Anatolia, together. It is located in a very important historical region where you can find signs of earliest civilizations all around you. Many civilizations grew up around this region, but the city is mostly well-known for
Kırşehir city, which is a scene for various civilizations for thousands of years is not only drawing attention with various historical pieces of art, underground cities, but also with its rich thermal sources, Seyfe Lake (Bird Paradise) like natural beauties. Districts: Kırşehir (center), Akçakent, Akpınar, Boztepe, Çiçekdağı, Kaman, Mucur. Area: 6.570 km² Population: 253.239
Kocaeli is the city that takes place on the highway and railroad connecting Istanbul to Anatolia. The name of the city was Nicomedeia in the times of Roman Empire. Today it is a very industrial center for Turkey. The Saatçi Ali Efendi Mansion in the city, which is a interesting
Konya is a city identified with the world famous philosopher Mevlana. İt is one of the first inhabited cities in the history of mankind, and still contains traces of many ancient civilisations which gives it the atmosphere of a museum city. Because of its locations in the middle of the
Erzurum is the biggest city of the Eastern Anatolian Region and is also a very ancient settlement place. As the city is established at the skirts of Palandöken Mountain, the city had gained great importance in the field of winter tourism during the recent years. The city houses numerous historically
Kutahya represents a potentiality for tourism with its developing industry, underground sources, university, thermal sources, hand crafts and history. While visiting Kutahya do not forget that .The first gold exchange market in the history had been established in Aizanoi, (Kutahya). The first porcelain museum in the world is in Kutahya.