Turkey is a big country! Its length is more than 1600 km and is 800 km wide, so its shape is roughly rectangular.
The area – including several lakes thus covers more than 783 thousand square kilometers, mostly in Asia. Actually, Turkey is the 37th largest country in the world. Get more about property in Istanbul via https://www.alanyaestates.com/عقار/tr/istanbul/شقق_للبيع/1434-Apartments_for_sale_in_Istanbul.html.
On three sides it is surrounded by water – the Black Sea in the north, the Aegean in the west, and the Mediterranean in the south. Of course, people should not forget the famous Marmara sea in the northwest.
Turkey is divided into 7 geographically very different regions: Mediterranean, Marmara, Black Sea, Aegean, Eastern Anatolia, Southeast Anatolia, and Central Anatolia.
All have very different views which are the result of many millions of years of earth movement. And to this day there are ordinary earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.
Turkey can be seen as a Mediterranean type, which benefits from dry, hot and cold summers, cold and wet winters. It has a very dry interior that can suffer from extreme extremes.
In Turkey, the season is very different, and winter is very hard with temperatures as low as -40 C in the mountainous regions of the east. Snow can also be found for about 5 months a year.
Turkey is a very diverse and culturally original. It is a subtle blend of Anatolian, Ottoman and ancient Western cultures and traditions that began with gradual westernization of the Ottoman Empire, and to this day continues.
The field of literature and music is typical of this rich mix of cultures, and music schools are now growing rapidly throughout the country, teaching styles of music that are as diverse as traditional Turkish and modern hip-hop.