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According to topschoolsintheusa.com, Turkey is a country located in the Southwestern region of Asia, bordering the Black Sea, Armenia, Georgia, Iran, Iraq and Syria. It has an area of approximately 783,562 square kilometers and a population of over 81 million people. The terrain of Turkey is mostly composed of mountains in the northeast and east, with high plateaus in between. The highest peak is Mount Ararat at 5137 meters above sea level. The climate in Turkey is generally temperate with hot summers and mild winters. Turkey’s education system consists of five levels: pre-primary education (ages 3-5), primary education (ages 6-11), lower secondary education (ages 12-14), upper secondary education (ages 15-17) and tertiary education (ages 18+). All levels are provided free of charge by public schools; however private schools are also available at all levels but require tuition fees. Higher education in Turkey is offered at universities such as Istanbul University; Middle East Technical University; Ankara University; Boğaziçi University among others. These universities offer undergraduate degrees in various fields such as business administration, engineering, law, medicine and science as well as postgraduate courses covering disciplines such as humanities, social sciences natural sciences engineering sciences and applied sciences. See topmbadirectory for Turkey Politics and Known People.

How to Get to Marmaris, Turkey

The easiest way to get to the most “European” resort of Turkey is through Dalaman – the airport of this resort is located about 109 km from Marmaris. Buses regularly depart directly from the airport to the city, the journey takes only 1.5 hours. Those who want to plunge into the sea quickly can take… Read More »

Turkey Modern History

Turkey is a country located in Western Asia. With the capital city of Ankara, Turkey has a population of 84,339,078 based on a recent census from COUNTRYAAH. Since the 1980s, Turkey has experienced a tug of war between the elected leaders and the military, where the politicians in the 2010s seemed to have finally resigned.… Read More »

The Best Place to Relax in Turkey

Sun, sea, quality service – these are the components of a successful vacation. This country is ready to provide not only recreation and entertainment, but also slopes and mineral springs adapted for skiing. In order to understand where it is better to relax in Turkey, you need to decide for yourself: what are your goals?… Read More »

Turkey Healthcare and Money

Health care Vaccinations Vaccination needed receipt required Eat Drink malaria No/1 – Typhoid & Polio Yes – cholera no yellow fever no Overview Health care in Turkey is good. However, medical care in rural areas cannot usually be compared to that in Europe. Many Turkish doctors and dentists, especially in the large hospitals, speak a… Read More »

Turkey in the 1930’s and 1940’s

Confident of having consolidated its security and sovereignty with the Montreux Convention for the Straits (1936), established friendly and collaborative relations with neighboring states through the Balkan Pact (4 February 1934) and the Thessaloniki Agreement with Bulgaria (1938) and with the Eastern Pact or of Sa‛dābād (1937) – which, however, did not stand up to… Read More »

Turkey Dantesque Encyclopedia

Turkey. – The modern Turkey has its historical identification with the proclamation of the republic of Turkey (29 October 1923) which marked the end of the sultanate and the caliphate of the Ottoman Empire which lasted about 500 years. The Turkish state was born in Anatolia precisely at the time of D. who nevertheless never… Read More »