Regions of turkey

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Turkey was divided into seven regions (Turkish: bölge) and 21 subregions (Turkish: bölüm), which were originally defined at the First Geography Congress in 1941.[1] Regions as defined in this context are merely for geographic, demographic and economic purposes and do not refer to an administrative division.

Regions and subregions

Aegean Subregion, Inner Western Anatolia Subregion
Western Black Sea Subregion, Central Black Sea Subregion, Eastern Black Sea Subregion
Konya Subregion, Upper Sakarya Subregion, Middle Kızılırmak Subregion, Upper Kızılırmak Subregion
Upper Euphrates Subregion, Erzurum-Kars Subregion, Upper Murat-Van Subregion, Hakkari Subregion
Yıldız Subregion, Ergene Subregion, Çatalca-Kocaeli Subregion, Southern Marmara Subregion
Adana Subregion, Antalya Subregion
Middle Euphrates Subregion, Tigris Subregion

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