Gaziantep Alt Bölgesi
|• Subregion||16,135 km2 (6,230 sq mi)|
|• Density||160/km2 (410/sq mi)|
The Gaziantep Subregion (Turkish: Gaziantep Alt Bölgesi) (TRC1) is a statistical subregion in Turkey.
Gaziantep Province is a province in south-central Turkey. Its capital is the city of Gaziantep, which had a population of 1,931,836 in 2015. Its neighbours are Adıyaman to the northeast, Şanlıurfa to the east, Syria and Kilis to the south, Hatay to the southwest, Osmaniye to the west and Kahramanmaraş to the northwest.
Gaziantep, previously and still informally called Aintab or Antep, is the capital of Gaziantep Province, in the westernmost part of Turkey's Southeastern Anatolia Region, approximately 185 kilometres (115 mi) east of Adana and 97 kilometres (60 mi) north of Aleppo, Syria. It is probably located on the site of ancient Antiochia ad Taurum, and is near ancient Zeugma.
Gaziantepspor was a Turkish football club located in the city of Gaziantep. Formed in 1969 and dissolved in 2020, Gaziantepspor were nicknamed the Şahinler. The club colours were black and red, and they played their home matches at New Gaziantep Stadium.
Oğuzeli is a district and city of Gaziantep Province of Turkey with a population of 16,534 as of 2010. It is now included within the metropolitan center of the city of Gaziantep.
D.400 is an east–west state road in southern Turkey. The 2,057-kilometre (1,278 mi) road starts at Datça in the southwest corner of the Anatolian peninsula. The road ends at the Iranian border at Esendere.
The Kayacık Dam impounds the Ayfinar Deresi, one of the two streams that join south of Gaziantep to form the Sajur River. It is located in Gaziantep Province, Turkey. The dam was constructed between 1993 and 2005 as part of the Southeastern Anatolia Project. It is 45 metres (148 ft) high and has a volume of 1,853,000 cubic metres (65,400,000 cu ft). The reservoir created by the Kayacık Dam has a surface area of 11 square kilometres (4.2 sq mi) and a volume of 0.117 cubic kilometres (0.028 cu mi) and is used to irrigate an area of 200 square kilometres (77 sq mi).
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The Governor of Gaziantep is the civil service state official responsible for both national government and state affairs in the Province of Gaziantep. Similar to the Governors of the 80 other Provinces of Turkey, the Governor of Gaziantep is appointed by the Government of Turkey and is responsible for the implementation of government legislation within Gaziantep. The Governor is also the most senior commander of both the Gaziantep provincial police force and the Gaziantep Gendarmerie.
The Euphrates Viaduct is a motorway bridge across the Euphrates between Belkıs, Nizip, Gaziantep Province and Birecik, Şanlıurfa Province in Turkey. Built up to 2007, it is the longest river bridge in Turkey. Buses and other cars going from the three big cities to Diyarbakır, play an important role on this viaduct. Cars going to Diyarbakır can also use the Kömürhan Bridge which carries D.300 state roadway between Malatya and Elazığ.