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The Eastern Anatolia Region (Turkish: Dogu Anadolu Bölgesi) is one of seven non-administrative subdivisions of Turkey and encompasses its eastern provinces. It has the highest average altitude, largest geographical area, and lowest population density of all regions of Turkey. Some part of the region was formerly called the Armenian Highlands or, simply, Armenia.


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Van is a city in eastern Turkey and the seat of Van Province, and is located on the eastern shore of Lake Van. It has often been called "The Pearl of the East" because of the beauty of its surrounding landscape. An old Armenian proverb in the same sense is "Van in this world, paradise in the next" …

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Erzincan (also known in Byzantine sources as Celtzene and Acilisene to the Romans) is the capital of Erzincan Province in the eastern Anatolian region of Turkey. The city is notable for handcrafted copper goods and a special cheese called "Tulum Peyniri" in Turkish. It is a significant road and rail junction …

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Erzurum Hotels & Resorts

Erzurum is the largest province in the Eastern Anatolian Region and is located on a high plateau (1950 m). The city is situated 1757 meters (5766 feet) above sea level and has an extreme continental climate with an average January temperature of -11° temperatures often drop below -30°C in the winter, with heavy snowfall …

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Malatya Hotels & Resorts

Malatya is a city in southeastern Turkey and the capital of its eponymous province. Malatya Fair and Apricot Festivities has been held since 1978, every year in July, to promote Malatya and apricots and to convene the producers to meet one another. During the festivities, various sports activities, concerts and apricot contests are organized …

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After Ankara became the capital of the newly founded Republic of Turkey, new development divided the city into an old section, called Ulus, and a new section, called Yenisehir. Ancient buildings reflecting Roman, Byzantine, and Ottoman history and narrow winding streets mark the old section…

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Turkey was created in 1923 from the Turkish remnants of the Ottoman Empire. Soon thereafter the country instituted secular laws to replace traditional religious fiats. In 1945 Turkey joined the UN, and in 1952 it became a member of NATO. The country's central authority for tourism is the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. …

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