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Transcript of İngilizce

Turkey in Brief
The home to countless civilisations, Anatolia has developed a unique synthesis of cultures, each with its own distinct identity, yet each linked to its predecessors through insoluble treads.
Geographical Regions
A country of sun and history, Turkey is located where the three continents making up the old world, Asia, Africa and Europe are closest to each other and straddle the point where Europe and Asia meet.
Because of its geographical location, the mainland, Anatolia, has witnessed the mass migration of diverse peoples shaping the course of history.
Turkey, which has 81 administrative provinces, is divided into seven geographical regions; the Black Sea region, the Marmara region, the Aegean region, the Mediterranean region, Central Anatolia, the East and Southeast Anatolia regions.

As an ancient land and modern nation; Turkey today is both the inheritor and conservator of the common heritage of mankind.
Atatürk was a Turkish army officer in the Ottoman military, revolutionary statesman, and the first President of Turkey.

He is credited with being the founder of the Republic of Turkey.

Atatürk has a very important act for the evolution of Turkey.
1881 - 193∞
M. Kemal Atatürk
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