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  • 1. Flag of Turkey
  • 2. Capital: AnkaraTotal Area: 783,562 km22009 Estimated Population: 74,816,000
  • 3. • There is no official religion listed in the constitution in Turkey.• %95 of people are Muslim.• Christianism• Judaism….
  • 4. The Church of Vinga and St. Cassian
  • 5. • April 23 1920• International Childrens Day• In order to emphasize that they are the future of the new nation.
  • 6. 29 October 1923 Turkey Became aDemocratic Repuplic.
  • 7. Mustafa Kemal Atatürk,Founder and First President of the Republic of TurkeyPeace at Home, Peace in the World Mustafa Kemal ATATÜRK
  • 8. Education• 8 Years Primary • University Exam; Education Only 300000 student can• 4 Years High School or succsess to get into a Vocational Education university from1400000 students.
  • 9. Bosphorus Bridge in Istanbul, connecting Europe and Asia.
  • 10. The Sultan Ahmet Mosque in Istanbul
  • 11. Tempel Artemis( one of the seven wonders) in Selcuk
  • 12. The Selimiye Mosque is one of the most famous architectural legacies of the Ottoman Empire
  • 13. Hagia Sophia Museum
  • 14. Dolmabahçe Palace;A blend of various European architectural styles, was built between 1843-1856 by Karabet Balyan.
  • 15. Dolmabahçe palace was built at cost of five million Ottoman gold pounds, the equivalent of 35 tonnes of gold.
  • 16. Virgin Tower
  • 17. Topkapı Palace;is the largest and the oldest palace in the world which has survived to our day.
  • 18. Cappadocia is a land of extreme beauty, the deep canyons and lushfertile valleys provide our balloons with and ideal playground for a unique and memorable flight.
  • 19. MOUNTAIN NEMRUT• In 62 BC
  • 20. PAMUKKALEIn this area, there are 17 hot water springs which thetemperature ranges from 35 °C to 100 °C.
  • 21. REGION OF BLACK SEATHE PLACE OF BLUE AND GREEN
  • 22. Sumela Monastery
  • 23. Lying at an altitude of 1200 metres.
  • 24. Alanya …
  • 25. BODRUM…
  • 26. CATALHOYUKExisted from approximately 7500 BC to 5000 BC. It is the largest and oldest Neolithic site found to date.
  • 27. ULUDAĞ
  • 28. Kebab Dish made of raw ground meat
  • 29. Lahmacun(Turkish Pizza) Döner
  • 30. Baklava Turkish Delight
  • 31. İskender Dried beans
  • 32. Mantı
  • 33. Turkish coffee.
  • 34. SertabERENER wonthe prize ofEurovisionSong Contestin 2003
  • 35. Orhan Pamuk Orhan Pamuk is one of the leading contemporary Turkish novelists and the winner of the 2006 Nobel Prize in Literature.

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