List of the provinces of Turkey … … get to know them

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List of the provinces of Turkey ... ... get to - List of the provinces of Turkey ... ... get to know them

Governorates of Turkey

Within this framework, Turkey is divided into 81 provinces for administrative purposes, each province is divided into provinces, for a total of 923 regions, and Turkey is also divided into 7 regions and 21 sub-regions for geographical, demographic and economic purposes, and the central structure is often considered to a large extent in decision-making in Ankara is an impediment to good governance, and causes particular resentment in the regions of ethnic minorities. The steps towards decentralization since 2004 have proven to be a controversial topic in Turkey, and Turkey is obliged under the European Charter of Local Self-Government to decentralize its administrative structure, and the decentralization program of Turkey is an ongoing debate in the AKA Demmatics, politics and the broader audience in the country, Turkey is divided in a hierarchical manner into the following subdivisions:

The provinces of Turkey are:
1- Edirne
2- Adıyaman
3- Artvin
4- Ordu
5- Erzincan
6- The Land of Khan (Ardahan)
7- Erzurum
8- Eskişehir
9- Adana
10- Agri (Ağrı)
11- Afyon
12- Aksaray
13- Amasya
14- Antalya
15- Ankara
16- Uşak
17- Aydın
18- İzmir
19- Isparta
20- Istanbul (Istanbul)
21- Iğdır
22- Elazığ
23- Batman
24- Bartın
25- Balıkesir
26- Bayburt
27- Burdur
28- Bursa
29- Bolu
30- Bitlis
31- Bilecik
32- Bingöl
33- Tekirdağ
34- Tokat
35- Tunceli
36- Çanakkale
37- Çankırı
38- Çorum
39- Hakkari
40- Hattay
41- Denizli
42- Düzce
43- Diyarbakır
44- Rize
45- Zonguldak
46- Samsun
47- Siirt
48- Sinop
49- Sivas
50- ليanlıurfa
51- شرırnak (شرırnak)
52- Sakarya
53- Trabzon
54- Ottoman (Osmaniye)
55- Gaziantep
56- Giresun
57- Karabuk
58- Karaman
59- Kırşehir
60- Kastamonu
61- Kocaeli
62- Konya
63- Kayseri
64- Kahramanmaraş
65- Kars
66- Kütahya
67- Gümüşhane
68- Kırklareli
69- Kırıkkale Castle
70- Kilis
71- Mardin
72- Manisa
73- Mersin
74- Malatya
75- Muş
76- Muğla
77- Nevşehir
78- Niğde
79- Van
80- Yalova
81- Yozgat

About Turkey

It is a transcontinental country in Eurasia, located mainly in Western Asia, with a smaller part in the Balkan Peninsula in southeastern Europe, Turkey is bordered by eight countries: Greece and Bulgaria to the northwest, Georgia to the northeast, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Necheshevian and Iran to the east, and Iraq And Syria to the south, the country is surrounded by seas on three sides, with the Aegean from the west, the Black Sea to the north, the Mediterranean to the south, the Bosphorus and the Sea of ​​Marmara and the Dardanelles that together form the Turkish Straits, divides Turkey and Anatolia and separates Europe from Asia, and is considered Ankara is the capital of Turkey, but Istanbul is the largest A city in the country, approximately 70-80 percent of the country’s citizens are considered to be ethnic Turks, and the Kurds are the largest minority there, accounting for about 20 percent of the population.

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