|• Region||89,983 km2 (34,743 sq mi)|
|• Density||110/km2 (290/sq mi)|
|HDI (2017)||0.797 |
high · 8th
The Mediterranean Region (Turkish: Akdeniz Bölgesi) (TR6) is a statistical region in Turkey.
|0 – 4||835,926||430,092||405,834|
|5 – 9||857,049||440,226||416,823|
|10 – 14||830,907||426,406||404,501|
|15 – 19||839,153||433,393||405,760|
|20 – 24||734,359||367,807||366,552|
|25 – 29||755,932||377,829||378,103|
|30 – 34||813,129||408,719||404,410|
|35 – 39||763,167||384,548||378,619|
|40 – 44||722,840||361,073||361,767|
|45 – 49||612,121||310,586||301,535|
|50 – 54||578,232||290,277||287,955|
|55 – 59||466,250||234,388||231,862|
|60 – 64||364,034||179,783||184,251|
|65 – 69||272,392||129,362||143,030|
|70 – 74||181,051||83,157||97,894|
|75 – 79||130,040||56,971||73,069|
|80 – 84||96,509||42,405||54,104|
|85 – 89||40,463||14,437||26,026|
|Region||Population||Immigrants||Emigrants||Net immigrants||Net immigration rate|
|West Black Sea||133,053||1.4|
|East Black Sea||70,823||0.7|
|Central East Anatolia||393,102||4.0|
|Gender||Never married||%||Married||%||Divorced||%||Spouse died||%||Total|
|Gender||Illiterate||%||Literate with no diploma||%||Primary school||%||Primary education||%||Middle school||%||High school||%||College or university||%||Master's degree||%||Doctorate||%||Unknown||%||Total|
This article deals with the system of transport in Turkey, both public and private.
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Hatay State, also known informally as the Republic of Hatay, was a transitional political entity that existed from September 7, 1938, to June 29, 1939, in the territory of the Sanjak of Alexandretta of the French Mandate of Syria. The state was transformed de jure into the Hatay Province of Turkey on July 7, 1939, de facto joining the country on July 23, 1939.
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