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Transportation in Turkey
Economic development since the establishment of the Turkish Republic, especially since the Second World War, included large-scale government investment in the field of transportation. Until the 1950s, investment focused on the rail network, where trains are an important means of transportation but they are of little use in Turkey. The Turkish government has established Several lines connect the main regional centers in the country, but at the present time Turkey focuses on developing highway systems, as this was achieved thanks to a large number of government investments that aim to build a modern road network to connect all major cities together, and is the bus One of the means of transport that is used widely in Turkey.
It is also possible to travel between Turkish cities by using boats and ships, as there are many ports, such as Istanbul, Izmir, Mersin and others, and it is also possible to move using aircraft, where government airlines and international transport companies provide air links via Istanbul, Ankara, and Izmir, where Create an internal network linking these three cities with more than ten regional centers in the country.
tourism in Turkey
Turkey includes many important museums and monuments, which made it a source of attraction for many tourists, and important tourist places in Turkey; the Aegean ports in Izmir and Bodrum, the ancient cities of Samsun, Konya, Trabzon and others, in addition to the Uludag ski resort south of Bursa, and a resort Antalya sea is located on the Mediterranean coast, where many water sports, mountain climbing, and other forms of recreation, and some traditional Turkish sports such as camel fighting and horse racing are played in eastern Turkey, and the numbers of tourists in Turkey have reached proportions high Too, which contributed to the development of the Turkish economy.
The most important tourist places in Turkey
Turkey includes many tourist and archaeological monuments, the most important of which are the following:
- Topkapi Palace.
- Sulaymaniyah Mosque.
- Chora Museum.
- Hagia Sophia Mosque.
- Ground basilic tank.