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, Turkey. Its area covers the northern end of the boundaries of İzmir Metropolitan Municipality. Çiğli district area neighbors that of Karşıyaka, another metropolitan district, to the south and the west, and that of İzmir's external depending district of Menemen to the north. Çiğli is divided into 23 subdistricts and has one separate depending municipality (Sasalı), where a large open air zoo (''Sasalı Natural Life Park'') was opened in 2008. Çiğli also has one depending village, Kaklıç. The populations of each of these two settlements are roughly the same at around 3000 people. '''Gaziemir''' is a district of İzmir Province in the Aegean (Aegean Region) region of Turkey. It is one of the metropolitan districts of Greater İzmir and is situated to the south of central İzmir (Konak) on the road to İzmir. İzmir Adnan Menderes International Airport and the export processing industrial park of Aegean Free Zone; which is also home to the third space camp in the world, Space Camp Turkey, are situated within the boundaries of the district. Commons:Category:Turkey WikiPedia:Turkey Dmoz:Regional Middle East Turkey

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that the clade may have a very long history in that island. It is notable, however, that the distributions of Haplogroup I-M253 and Haplogroup I-M436 seem to correlate fairly well with the extent of historical influence of Germanic peoples, although the punctual presence of both haplogroups at a low frequency in the area of the historical regions of Bithynia and Galatia in Turkey rather suggests a connection with the ancient Gauls of Thrace, several tribes of which

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, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine and the United Kingdom. '''''Elaeagnus angustifolia''''', commonly called '''silver berry''', '''oleaster''', ref name HortusIII >

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even a TV. Four or more people can easily fit in these houses which are called ''apart hotels'' and can be found mainly in coastal towns of Marmara (Marmara_(region)) and Northern Aegean regions (Aegean_Turkey), which are more frequented by Turkish families rather than foreigners. They are generally flats in a low-story apartment building. They can be rented for as cheap as 25 YTL daily (not per person, this is the daily price for the whole house!), depending on location, season

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: Turkey and population of 184,418 Statistical Institute page (2010 est.), it was 168,634 in 2000 (up from 142,601 in 1990). Many years later, Zakariya traveled the Muslim world, making stops in Egypt, Algeria, and Turkey, studying the art of Islamic calligraphy. Back in the U.S., Zakariya was advised by the curator of Islamic Art at the Freer Gallery in Washington D.C. to return to Turkey and train under one of the learned masters there. In 1984, he was offered the chance to study under the world-renowned master calligrapher Hasan Celebi in Istanbul, an offer which he eagerly accepted. In 1988, Celebi declared Zakariya to be a master calligrapher and awarded him the distinguished advanced diploma, the "icazet" in thuluth and naskh (Naskh (script)) scripts in a ceremony in Istanbul. In 1997, he received the "icazet" in taliq style from another Turkish master calligrapher Dr. Ali Alparslan. service 1895–1945 used_by Austria-Hungary, Austria, Bulgaria, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Romania, Yugoslavia, Netherlands, Ottoman Empire, Turkey, Czechoslovakia, Portugal wars Boxer Rebellion, World War I, World War II The Wicklow Way was originally proposed by J. B. Malone in a series of newspaper articles in 1966. In 1977, Malone was appointed to the Long Distance Walking Routes Committee of '' Commons:Category:Turkey WikiPedia:Turkey Dmoz:Regional Middle East Turkey

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, a historical visual landmark located in Singapore. Thought to be a specimen of ''Sindora wallichii'', with an estimated height of 75 metres (246 ft), it was felled with explosive charges during the Second World War to prevent its use as a ranging aide by the approaching Japanese artillery. * The Lone Pine (Lone Pine (tree)), a solitary tree on the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkey, which marked the site of the Battle of Lone Pine in 1915. File:Siarjf.JPG thumb left

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, a strong stance of secularism has held sway since Mustafa Kemal Atatürk's Turkish revolution (Atatürk's reforms) in the early 20th century. On March 3, 1924 Turkey removed the caliphate system and all religious influence from the state. Sunni Islam (Sunni), the majority religion, is now controlled by the Turkish government through the Department of Religious Affairs (Diyanet İşleri Başkanlığı), and is state-funded while other religions or sects has independence, though limited, on religious affairs. Islamic views which are deemed political are censored in accordance with the principle of secularism. thumb USS ''Fargo'' at Venice in 1949. (File:USS Fargo (CL-106) at Venice in 1949..jpg) ''Fargo'' sailed from Philadelphia on 15 April 1946, with Vice Admiral Bernard H. Bieri embarked for a goodwill cruise to Bermuda, Trinidad, Recife, Rio de Janeiro and Montevideo, from which she took departure on 31 May for the Mediterranean. During this tour of duty, she visited a variety of ports in Turkey, Lebanon, Greece, Italy, and France, as well as North Africa and served as American representative at Trieste, then troubled by dissension between Italy and Yugoslavia over the city's status. From 1921 to 1923, Save the Children created press campaigns, propaganda movies and feeding centers in Russia and in Turkey in order to feed and educate thousands of refugees. They began to work with several other organization such as the Russian Famine Relief Fund and Nansen which resulted in recognition by the League of Nations. Although Russia was largely closed off to international relief and aid, Save the Children persuaded Soviet authorities to let them have a ground presence. Early life and family John Shalikashvili was a scion of the medieval Georgian noble house of Shalikashvili. His father, Prince Dimitri Shalikashvili (1896–1978), born in Gurjaani ''"Shalikashvili seeks to have Nazi dad reburied in Georgia"'' The Seattle Times. served in the army of Imperial Russia (Russian Empire); Dimitri was a grandson of Russian general Dmitry Staroselsky. After the Bolshevik Revolution, Dimitri became a lieutenant-colonel in the army of the Democratic Republic of Georgia. When the Soviet Union invaded and occupied Georgia in 1921, Dimitri was on diplomatic service in Turkey. Dimitri then joined other Georgian exiles in Poland (Georgian emigration in Poland), where he met and married John's mother, Maria; she was Polish and of part German ancestry, and the daughter of Count Rudiger-Bielajew, a former Tsarist general. They had three children: Othar Shalikashvili Othar , John and Gale. Dimitri served in the Polish Army (Polish Armed Forces) (along with other Georgian exiles) as a contract officer. In 1939, he fought against the German (Nazi Germany) invasion of Poland. After the Polish defeat, Dimitri was demobilized. In 1941, he enlisted in the Georgian Legion (Georgian Legion (1941-1945)), a force of ethnic Georgians recruited by Germany to fight against the Soviet Union. The unit was later incorporated into the SS-Waffengruppe Georgien ''"General's Father Fought for Nazi Unit"'', NY Times. and transferred to Normandy. Dimitri surrendered to British forces and was a prisoner of war until after the war. A collection of Dimitri Shalikashvili's writings are on deposit at the Hoover Institution. Commons:Category:Turkey WikiPedia:Turkey Dmoz:Regional Middle East Turkey

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car insurance separately. In any case, Turkish customs will make an entry into your passport stating when the car (and thus you) have to leave Turkey again. A carnet de passage (Carnet de Passage) is not necessary unless you intend to move on to Iran, which requires you to have a carnet de passage. National driving licences from some of the European countries are accepted. If you are not sure about your situation, obtain an international driving licence beforehand. Major roads

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-goPTXhoMJ:www.helleniccomserve.com greek_american_literature.html+Christopher+G.+Janus+born+to+Greek&hl en&gl us&ct clnk&cd 2 who immigrated to America before he was two. He wrote the novel ''The Long Haul (The Long Haul (novel))'' (1938 (1938 in literature)), which got him into the screenwriting business. He wrote such action feature movies as ''They Drive by Night'' (1940 (1940 in film)) - which was based on his novel, The Long Haul (1938), ''Desert Fury'' (1947 (1947 in film)), ''Thieves' Highway'' (1949 (1949 in film)), ''On Dangerous Ground'' (1952 (1952 in film)), ''Beneath the 12 Mile Reef''(1953 (1953 in film)), ''Track of the Cat'' (1954 (1954 in film)), and ''Kiss Me Deadly'' (1955 (1955 in film)). He was one of the co-creators of the western television series ''The Big Valley''. In episode 59, "Trans-Europe Express", a charity auto race from Paris, France, to Istanbul, Turkey, is held. The Autobots Bluestreak (Silverstreak), Bumblebee, Sideswipe (Sideswipe (Transformers)), Smokescreen (Smokescreen (Transformers)), Sunstreaker, Tracks (Tracks (Transformers)), and Wheeljack participate alongside several human racers including Augie Canay. Meanwhile, Megatron (Megatron (Transformers)) has discovered the whereabouts of the Pearl of Bahudine, the power core of a Cybertronian weather control machine. Megatron has the Stunticons eliminate the Autobots from the race while stealing Augie's car to use its experimental engine's metal to make a control device for the pearl. Bluestreak, Tracks, Bumblebee and Augie are able to stop the Decepticons by unleashing the power of the pearl, but to stop the pearl Bumblebee has to destroy it. Augie has the gold shell of the pearl sold and the money given to charity when he learns the race was a fake set up by the Decepticons merely to get his car. '''Necmi Perekli''' (born 1947) is a former Turkish (Turkey) footballer (association football). '''Mirosław Szymkowiak''' ( Commons:Category:Turkey WikiPedia:Turkey Dmoz:Regional Middle East Turkey

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west of Silivri (ancient Selymbria). The wall was part of an additional outer defense system for Constantinople, capital of the Eastern Roman Empire and probably continued in use until the 7th century. ''Clarence K. Bronson'' was transferred to Turkey 14 January 1967, served in the Turkish Navy as TCG ''İstanbul'' (D 340), after the city of İstanbul. Most Portuguese Jews, thousands, would eventually leave the country to Amsterdam, Thessaloniki, Constantinople (Istanbul), France, Morocco, Brazil, Curaçao and the Antilles. In some of these places their presence can still be witnessed, like the use of the Ladino (Judeo-Spanish) language by some Jewish communities in Turkey, the Portuguese based dialects (Papiamento) of the Antilles, or the multiple Synagogues built by what was to be known as the Spanish and Portuguese Jews (such as the Amsterdam


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Turkey has been inhabited since the paleolithic age (paleolithic),

Starting from the late 13th century, the Ottomans united Anatolia and created an empire encompassing much of Southeastern Europe (Southeast Europe), Western Asia and North Africa, becoming a major power in Eurasia and Africa during the early modern period. The empire reached the peak of its power between the 15th and 17th centuries, especially during the reign of Suleiman the Magnificent (r. 1520–1566). After the second Ottoman siege of Vienna (Battle of Vienna) in 1683 and the end of the Great Turkish War in 1699, the Ottoman Empire entered a long period of decline (Decline of the Ottoman Empire). The Tanzimat reforms of the 19th century, which aimed to modernize the Ottoman state, proved to be inadequate in most fields, and failed to stop the dissolution of the empire (Dissolution of the Ottoman Empire).

Turkey is a democratic (democracy), secular (secular state), unitary (unitary state), constitutional republic (Republic) with a diverse cultural heritage (Multiculturalism).

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