Regions of Turkey
This country has long become a Russian health resort, and almost every resident of our country with a passport has been here at least once. Occupying the 36th place in terms of area in the world, Turkey is washed by four seas at once, which makes it such a tasty morsel for sun-hungry travelers and sea bathing travelers. The division of the territory of the state into 81 provinces has developed historically, and each of these regions of Turkey differs not only in climatic and geographical conditions, but also in the number of inhabitants and the presence of interesting places in terms of tourism..
Repeating the alphabet
In the list of provinces called silts in the country, there are names starting with almost all letters of the Russian alphabet. For example, Ygdir or Isparta are quite ordinary Turkish words, and therefore Erzurum, Elazig and Hakkari are generally unable to surprise anyone.
The largest in terms of the number of inhabitants is sludge Istanbul, where the last census recorded an eleven millionth citizen. The least of all Turks chose the Tunceli silt in Eastern Anatolia as their home, because most of the territory there is occupied by mountain ranges. The Great Silk Road once ran through the region of Turkey with the beautiful name Aksaray, and its capital of the same name attracts tourists by the proximity of the Cappadocia Valley with its unique natural formations, medieval buildings and a water park with artificial waterfalls.
The names of at least two regions of Turkey are well known to the average Russian traveler. One of them is the incomparable Antalya, where aircraft start daily in the high season. On their sides, thousands of Russian tourists, exhausted by the gray everyday life, languish in anticipation of the best vacation in life. The beaches of Antalya, Alanya, Side and Kemer and hotels with comfortable and practical "all-inclusive", an abundance of buffets and inspired work of animators, active water entertainment and romantic evenings in the best restaurants with a sea view - all this is a resort region of Turkey with pleasure. offers his loyal fans.
The name Mugla silt warmly resonates in the souls of those who prefer Turkey's resorts on the Aegean Sea. Fethiye and Bodrum have a more pleasant climate and amazing opportunities for historical research. In this area of Turkey, the ruins of the ancient cities of Halicarnassus and Letoon, included in the UNESCO World Heritage List, are preserved.