- Diyarbakır - Wikipedia
Diyarbakır (Arabic: ديار بكر , Syriac: ܐܡܝܕܐ , translit Amida, Kurdish: Amed) is one of the largest cities in southeastern Turkey Situated on the banks of the Tigris River, it is the administrative capital of the Diyarbakır Province With a population of about 930,000 it is the second largest city in Turkey's Southeastern Anatolia Region, after Gaziantep
- Climate of Turkey - Travel in Turkey, The Ultimate Travel . . .
Climate of Turkey Although Turkey is situated in a geographical location where climatic conditions are quite temperate, the diverse nature of the landscape, and the existence in particular of the mountains that run parallel to the coasts, result in significant differences in climatic conditions from one region to the other
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- Turkey 2018 Crime Safety Report: Adana
According to the current U S Department of State Travel Advisory at the date of this report’s publication, Turkey has been assessed as Level 3: Reconsider Travel Do not travel to: areas along the Turkey-Syria border and the southeastern provinces of Hatay, Kilis, Gaziantep, Sanliurfa, Sirnak, Diyarbakir, Van, Siirt, Mus, Mardin, Batman, Bingol, Tunceli, Hakkari, and Bitlis due to terrorism
- Travel Advice and Advisories for Turkey
Travel Advice and Advisories from the Government of Canada for Turkey
- How safe is it to travel to Turkey in 2018? | The Week . . .
After a series of terrorist attacks, a failed attempted coup and a referendum that saw Recep Tayyip Erdogan strengthen his grip on power, Turkey has begun to slowly restore its tourism sector
- Is it Safe to Travel to Turkey? Turkish Travel Blog
Update – July 2106 – Dear readers – If you have arrived here looking for information following the failed military coup in Turkey on the 15th of July 2016 , you should follow the advice of your government’s travel department This is because holiday insurance policies can become invalid if your actions are in direct contrast to what your government is saying