This photo from Istanbul, Marmara is titled 'Istanbul Residents'.
Population density of Turkey
Genetic studies on Turkish people From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Further information: Archaeogenetics of the Near East and Genetic history of Europe In population genetics, research has been made to study the genetic origins of the modern Turkish people in Turkey. These studies sought to determine whether the modern Turks have a stronger genetical affinity with the Turkic peoples of Central Asia from where the Seljuk Turks began migrating to Anatolia following the Battle of Manzikert…
Turkey Hunting Tips: How to Hunt Smart in the Post-Restoration Era To help crack the code on the new generation of savvy turkeys, we offer this curricula, containing the keys to success in today’s turkey woods.
Religious Practices and Influence on Cultural Foods: Turkey is a vastly muslim-majority country. About 98% of the entire population of Turkey is registered as muslim. Christianity, Hinduism and Judaism are the minority here.
Population density (administrative boundaries) map of Turkey.Türkiye Nüfus Yoğunluğu.Подробная карта плотности населения Турции
Ethnological Map of European Turkey and her Dependencies at the Time of the Beginning of the War of 1877, by Karl Sax, I. and R. Austro-Hungarian Consul at Adrianople. Published by the Imperial and Royal Geographical Society, Vienna 1878. Most of the Turkish families who settled in the Bulgarian territories left during population exchanges.
ECHR: Why Turkey won't talk about the Armenian genocide
A picture released by the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute dated 1915 purportedly shows soldiers standing over skulls of victims from the Armenian village of Sheyxalan in the Mush valley, on the Caucasus front during the First World War. Armenians say up to 1.5 million of their forebears were killed in a 1915-16 genocide by Turkey's former Ottoman Empire. Turkey says 500,000 died and ascribes the toll to fighting and starvation during World War I.