Turkey (Republic of Turkey) is a Eurasian Mediterranean country that extends from the Anatolian plateau in East Asia to the Balkan region in southeastern Europe.
Turkey shares borders with these countries: Bulgaria, Greece, Georgia, Iran, Armenia and Azerbaijan, in addition to Syria and Iraq.
The capital of Turkey is the city of Ankara, but its largest city is Istanbul, which is divided into two parts, in Europe and partly in Asia, which is why Turkey is considered a transcontinental country.
Turkey is a large country with an area of about 783,562 square kilometers and a population of about 70 million people.
Turkey is a secular, democratic state that was established in 1923 under its leadership, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, and this means (Father of the Turks) after the Ottoman Empire collapsed due to its defeat in the First World War. From 2005, Turkey began negotiations with the European Union to take full membership.
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