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According to shoppingpicks, January in Turkey is a cold and wet month with temperatures ranging from 0 to 8 degrees Celsius during the day, and -4 to 2 degrees Celsius at night. Snowfall is common in most parts of the country, especially in the mountainous regions. Rainfall is also frequent, and thunderstorms are rare due to the cold temperatures across the region. February brings slightly warmer temperatures to Turkey as daily highs reach up to 10-14 degrees Celsius while nightly lows drop to 4-8 degrees Celsius on average. Rainfall remains common throughout February, but thunderstorms are still rare due to the cold temperatures across the region. March marks a turn towards warmer weather for Turkey as daytime readings reach up to 15-19 degrees Celsius while nighttime lows drop to 5-9 degrees Celsius on average. Rainfall continues to be common throughout March, but thunderstorms become more frequent due to increased heat levels across the region. April marks the start of spring season in Turkey with temperatures rising further as daily highs reach up to 20-24 degrees Celsius while nighttime lows drop down to 10-14 degree Celsius on average. Thunderstorms become more frequent due high heat levels and rainfall continues throughout April despite higher temperature levels across the region. May brings even higher temperatures to Turkey with daily highs reaching up 25-29 degree Celsius and nighttime lows dropping down 15-19 degree Celsius on average. Humidity levels also increase significantly making it feel much hotter than other months of year despite similar daytime temperature readings. Thunderstorms continue throughout May due high heat levels and rainfall remains common despite higher temperature levels across region. June sees a further increase in temperature level across Turkey, with daytime readings often reaching up 31 degree celsius while nighttime readings remain around 23 degree celsius on average making it feel even hotter than other months of year despite similar daytime readings compared May’s weather patterns. Humidity level also increases significantly during this month making it feel much hotter than other months of year despite similar daytime temperature reading. Rainfall continues throughout June but there are fewer thunderstorms compared with other months due high heat level across region. Turkey is a large country with many different climate types. A Mediterranean climate prevails around the Bosphorus and in the areas of the Aegean and Mediterranean Seas. Inland it is much colder in winter than on the coast. Rain falls inland all year round, but in modest amounts. In the Mediterranean area, between December and March, there is between 100 and 200 millimeters of rainfall each month. The extreme south, on the border with Syria and Iraq, is the warmest. In July it will be 40°C there. Check businesscarriers for Turkey Economics and Business.

Turkey Geography and Population

Turkey (Geography) Turkey (Geography) The majority of Turkey is made up of the Anatolian Plateau, which stretches with surrounding coastal areas from the Aegean Sea in the west to Iran in the east. Anatolia is shaped like a giant rectangle whose two long sides are made up of the Pontic Mountains in the north and… Read More »

Sights of Turkey

The country of Turkey is spread over two continents: Europe and Asia. Not only does the country belong to two continents in terms of topography, society is also a melting pot of modern Western influences, Arab culture and Islam as the most important religion by far. You can tell that Turkey lies on the dividing… Read More »

Turkey Economy

Subchapters: Basic data Public finances and the state budget Banking system Tax system Basic data In 2021, Turkey reported the highest GDP growth within the G20 group (11%) and thus continued the year 2020, when it was, together with China, the only one of the world’s 20 largest economies with positive GDP growth. The main… Read More »

Turkey Visa, Embassy, Holidays and Shopping

VISAS, ENTRY RULES, CUSTOMS REGULATIONS in Turkey For Russian tourists, entry to Turkey is visa-free. It is issued at any customs point within an hour. A one-time tourist visa costs 10 euros (or the same, but in dollar terms), a two-month tourist visa costs 20 euros (this type of visa is considered multiple, that is,… Read More »

Tours to Turkey

In Turkey, you need to take bathing suits with you on almost every excursion – many sightseeing ends with a dip in the sea. Do not forget about sunglasses and creams. Be sure to wear comfortable shoes. Excursions on average cost $30-40 per person. It will be cheaper to take excursions on the street, and… Read More »

Memo for Tourists about Turkey

Currency According to Country Calculator, the main currency in Turkey is the Turkish lira, euros and dollars are in use, in some places even rubles. The exchange rate of the lira is very unstable, approximately one lira is equal to 15 rubles or half a dollar. It is better to pay in general in dollars… Read More »

Holidays in Turkey

According to Country Matters, Turkey is still one of the most popular destinations for Russian tourists. Even during its closure, people flew there through other countries, and when it reopened, the joy of tourists knew no bounds. And no wonder, because Turkey is just perfect for a beach holiday, and there is something to see… Read More »

How to Get Around Turkey

Transportation Traveling by plane According to top-medical-schools, there are various airlines in Turkey that cover the large distances in the country quickly and easily. Turkish Airlines (TK) and Pegasus Airlines (PC) connect Istanbul and Ankara with Izmir, Adana, Trabzon and Antalya, among others. SunExpress (XQ) operates the Istanbul – Antalya route. Traveling by car/bus Turkey… Read More »

Turkey State Facts

  CAPITAL Ankara STATE STRUCTURE parliamentary-presidential republic INTERNAL DIVISION Turkey is divided into 81 ils (province, the term vilayet was previously used). Each silt is subdivided into districts – ilche. SQUARE 783,562 km² CLIMATE Mountain continental, subtropical Mediterranean, temperate marine OFFICIAL LANGUAGE Turkish language CURRENCY Turkish lira POPULATION 79.5 million NATIONAL COMPOSITION Turks (60-75%), Kurds… Read More »

Turkey Literature

According to collegesanduniversitiesinusa, the awarding of the Nobel Prize for Literature to Orhan Pamuk (b.1952) in 2006, the participation of Turkey as a guest country at the Buchmesse in Frankfurt in 2008 and at the Book Fair in London in 2013 and the start, in 2005, of TEDA, a project of the Turkish government aimed… Read More »

Political Islam in Turkey

Political Islam in Turkey The Republic of Turkey, as it was founded by Mustafà Kemal in the 1920s, has an institutional structure based on rigorous secularism. Atatürk has implemented a series of reforms with the aim of westernizing the country, freeing it as much as possible from religious influence in public life. With this in… Read More »

Turkey – Islam, Kurds and Europe

In the 1990s, the redefinition of the international order following the collapse of the Soviet bloc saw Turkey located in a crucial position: a geographical, political and cultural meeting point between East and West, it found itself in the need to rethink both its role within of Europe and towards Islamic countries both its national… Read More »

Turkey – The Book of the Year 2007

In early parliamentary elections, Prime Minister Recep Tayyp Erdogan’s moderate Islamic party AKP wins 340 of the 550 seats in the single-chamber parliament. Only two other parties cross the 10% threshold: the Social Democrats of the CHP and the far right of the MHP. The large majority of the AKP will allow Abdullah Gul to… Read More »

Turkey 1927

After the Second World War, geographic research has progressed considerably in Turkey, thanks to Turkish geographers and Western, French and German geographers. The original Turkish field survey contributions are promoted by three study centers: the Turkish Society of Geography and the Geography Institutes of the universities of Istanbul (two full professors of geography) and Ankara… Read More »

Turkey Agriculture and Breeding

An essentially agricultural country, Turkey has two thirds of its population employed in the work of the fields, with maximum values ​​in the vilâyet Bolu (93%), Çoruh (98.1) and Isparta (98.5) and minimum values ​​in those of Constantinople (9.7), Içel (34.1), and Izmir (45.9). The arable land occupies about a third of the total territory… Read More »

Turkey Demographics 1990

Population. – At the 1990 census the residents were 56,473,035, of which 5,975,449 in Thrace (T. europea) and 50,497,586 in Anatolia (T. asiatica); 1994 data estimates attributed to the country a population of over 61 million residents. The total area reaches 779,452 km 2. The population growth, which in the period 1985-92 was equal to… Read More »

Turkey Territory and Population

Territory and Resources The calcareous tuff terraces of Pamukkale (Turkey) constitute one of the most attractive landscapes in western Anatolia. The healing effects of its springs were already known in ancient times. Ankara is the capital city of Turkey according to itypejob. The main area of Turkey, known as Anatolia, is located in Asia, between the Mediterranean Sea and… Read More »

Turkey and the Outside World Part 3

7: Relations with Central Asia and the countries of the Caucasus The cradle of the Turks is located in Central Asia, and four of the five countries in the region have main languages ​​belonging to the Turkish language group. After the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991, Turkey wanted to invest heavily in cooperation… Read More »

Turkey and the Outside World Part 2

5: Relations with the EU As early as 1963, the Turks reached an association agreement with the EU , but since then development has been slow. At the Union’s summit in December 1999, Turkey was approved as a candidate country. Barely six years later, membership negotiations began. Today, these are stomping. There has always been… Read More »

Turkey and the Outside World Part 1

After Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan stormed out of the Chamber during the World Economic Forum in Davos at the end of January, he has become the most talked about Turkish leader since his father, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk. The dramatic march and return trip to Ankara also raises the question of whether Turkey in… Read More »

Turkey Education and Media

Education The secular education system in Turkey is based on Western models. The introduction of the Latin script (1928) instead of the Arabic script and the exclusion of Koran lessons from schools were groundbreaking. As a result of the 2012 educational reform, compulsory schooling was raised from eight to twelve years from the age of… Read More »

Turkey Travel Advice

General travel information for Turkey Continent: Asia Geographic Location: Located in the border area between Asia and Europe, between the Mediterranean and the Black Sea. Highest elevation: Ararat (5137 m above sea level) Longest river: Kizilirmak (1,153 kilometers) Government Republican unitary state System of government: presidential Languages: Turkish Neighboring countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Greece, Iraq,… Read More »