Erzurum Subregion

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Erzurum Subregion

Erzurum Alt Bölgesi
Subregion
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Country Turkey
Region Northeast Anatolia
Area
  Subregion40,692 km2 (15,711 sq mi)
Population
 (2013)
  Subregion1,062,345
  Rank24th
  Density26/km2 (68/sq mi)
   Urban
933,685
   Rural
128,660

The Erzurum Subregion (Turkish: Erzurum Alt Bölgesi) (TRA1) is a statistical subregion in Turkey.

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