A map of Turkey showing the top 10 things to do in Turkey plotted on a Google Map, making it easy to plan your time in the country.
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National Geographic’s Adventure Map of Turkey provides global travellers with the perfect combination of detail and perspective. Designed to meet the needs of adventure travellers with its detailed, accurate information. This map of Turkey also includes the location of cities and towns with a user-friendly index and a clearly marked road network complete with distances.
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Renowned for over 100 years for their clear, accurate and easy-to-read mapping, Michelin’s map of Turkey gives travellers an overall picture of their route, with practical road and travel information. It also includes city maps containing extensive street indexes to help orient travellers quickly so they can find their way to their destination.
Continent: Europe and Asia
Region: Southeastern Europe and Western Asia
Area: 783,562m2 (302,535sq mi)Coastline: 7,200km (4,500mi)
Total land borders: 2648km (1645mi)
Highest point: Mount Ağrı (Ararat) 5,137m (16,853ft)
Lowest point: Mediterranean Sea 0m (0ft)
Longest river: Kızılırmak, 1,350km (839mi)
Largest lake: Van 3,755km2 (1,449.81sq mi)