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    Ege bölgesi ingilizce tanıtımı

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    The Mediterranean Region gets its name from the sea adjacent to it. The region is in the form of a strip with a width varying between 120 to 180 km and starts around Koycegiz in the west and extends as far as Cape Basit
    in Hatay Province in the east. It covers approximately 15 percent of Turkey with a surface area of 120,000 km2. The provinces of Hatay, Adana, Icel, Antalya, Isparta, Burdur and a large portion of Kahramanmaras are in the Mediterranean Region. Some of the counties of other provinces in the neighboring regions are included in the Mediterranean region. Agriculture and industry are important in the Mediterranean Region. Grain production is still important in the coastal sections of the region. However, in recent years industrial plants have also been grown extensively. In fact, close to two-thirds of the lands sown in the Mediterranean Region are grain fields. The proportion of industrial plants is approximately one-third. Among the grains, wheat comes first in all the provinces in the region, followed by barley. Cotton, among the industrial plants, is the main income source in the region. Cotton production in the region is about two-thirds of the total production in Turkey. Tobacco is cultivated in Hatay Province and some parts of the Goller (Lakes) Region.

    The planted areas where fresh fruits and vegetables are grown cover a large area in the Mediterranean Region. The fields for growing early fruits and vegetables have advanced a lot due to the developments in transportation in recent years. Citrus fruits are the primary fruit crops growing in the region. More than four-fifths of the production of citrus fruits in Turkey are realized in the Mediterranean region. Bananas are grown only in this region in Turkey.

    The Cukurova is the area with the fastest rate of industriali- zation in the region. It is, at the same time, among the main industrial regions in Turkey. Besides the various industrial branches (especially textiles) in Adana, the main industrial facilities in the Mediterranean Region are the Mersin Petroleum Refinery (ATAS), Iskenderun Superphosphate and Iron-Steel Plants, the Ferro-chrome plant in Antalya and the Seydisehir Aluminum plant.

    The Mediterranean Region, especially due to the natural and historical assets around the Gulf of Antalya, is not only the most important tourist center in the region, but in the whole of Turkey as well. Surrounding the shores of the Gulf of Antalya there are various holiday villages and hotels with modern and extremely developed architecture that respect the environment, and at a level which cannot be seen in any of the other Mediterranean countries.

    The main lakes in the Mediterranean Region are all located in the Goller (Lakes) region. Isparta Province, at the center of the Goller Region, is known for its beautiful rose gardens, attar of roses and its world-famous carpets. The Egridir and Kovada Lakes, and a portion of the Beysehir Lake, which are among the most beautiful lakes in Turkey, are in Isparta. The Golcuk Crater Lake, located to the southwest of the city, can be reached by passing through the famous rose gardens. The ancient Pisidian city of Antiocheia is located to the north of Egridir Lake. The Temple of Apollo, the baths, Saint Paul's Basilica, theater and aqueducts are the important structures in the ancient city.
    There are 14 lakes in the vicinity of Burdur, the province of deep blue lakes. Among the most visited places in the city are the Insuyu Cave, which has a length of 597 meters and has nine lakes inside the cave; the Salda Lake, known for its fine sandy beaches and natural beauties; the ancient cities of Kibyra (Golhisar), Sagalassos (Aglasun) and the Kurucay and Hacilar Tumuli

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