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Turkey makes many things there, one of their major industries is the Vehicle industry. Another one is that they provide other countries with clothing, which is also a major industry.
Resources such as coal, iron ore, copper, uranium, mercury, gold and many more are found in Turkey. Turkey is also ranked tenth in the world terms of diversity of minerals that are produced in the world.
There are mountain ranges from north to south coasts. A famous mountain in Turkey is Mount Erciyes, which is located 25 km south to Kayseri, Turkey. Turkey also has many rivers that flow out to the sea, or to neighboring countries. Some seas surrounding Turkey are; the Black Sea, Aegean Sea and the Mediterranean Sea.
1) Turkey has one of the world’s oldest and biggest malls
2) Santa Claus is form Turkey
3) Oil wrestling is the nation sport of Turkey
4) Turkey is the center of the Earth
5) The language Turkish is pretty easy to learn
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Turkey is known as the Republic of Turkey in some places while in others just Turkey. It is a country within the region Middle East. As far as continents go, Turkey is part of Asia. When recorded in 2013, the population of Turkey was 74.93 million. Some common cities in Turkey are Istanbul, Ankara and Trabzon.
The capital city of Turkey is Ankara. The population of Ankara is 4.588 million as of 2014. It is also the second largest city in Turkey, right after Istanbul. Some monuments in Ankara are the Anit Kabir, Confidence Monument, and the Republic Monument.
Most of the population of Turkey are Islamic. While other parts of the population is either Christian, Suryain or Jewish. Turkey allows the people of the country to worship whatever religion they want to.
Two historical festivals in Turkey are 1) the feast of sacrifices and 2) the Ramadan Festival. The feast of sacrifice is a four-day event, where they sacrifice and animal in a special ritual, visit relatives and help the poor. The Ramadan is the breaking of the one month fast, and is an important festival for the Islamic community. Speaking of food, people in Turkey have some dietary issues, like only being able to eat halal meat. They mostly eat meat, cooked vegetable, indian flat bread and rice.
The climate in Turkey depends on where you are. The cities Ankara, Konya, Kayseri, Erzincan, Van and Diyarbakir are some cities that are dry or mostly dry. While cites like Istanbul, Izmir, Trabzon, and Sumsun are mostly wet or not as dry. Cities like Istanbul also have many tourist attractions!
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