NUTS statistical regions of Turkey

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As a candidate country of the European Union, Turkey (TR) is included in the Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics (NUTS). Defined in 2002 in agreement between Eurostat and the Turkish authorities, Turkey's NUTS classifications are officially termed statistical regions, as Turkey is not a member of the EU and Eurostat only defines NUTS for member states. [1] The three NUTS levels are:

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Below the NUTS levels, there are two LAU levels:

The NUTS codes are as follows:

NUTS-1NUTS-2NUTS-3
Istanbul Region (TR1) Istanbul Subregion (TR10) Istanbul Province (TR100)
West Marmara Region (TR2) Tekirdağ Subregion (TR21) Tekirdağ Province (TR211)
Edirne Province (TR212)
Kırklareli Province (TR213)
Balıkesir Subregion (TR22) Balıkesir Province (TR221)
Çanakkale Province (TR222)
Aegean Region (TR3) Izmir Subregion (TR31) İzmir Province (TR310)
Aydın Subregion (TR32) Aydın Province (TR321)
Denizli Province (TR322)
Muğla Province (TR323)
Manisa Subregion (TR33) Manisa Province (TR331)
Afyonkarahisar Province (TR332)
Kütahya Province (TR333)
Uşak Province (TR334)
East Marmara Region (TR4) Bursa Subregion (TR41) Bursa Province (TR411)
Eskişehir Province (TR412)
Bilecik Province (TR413)
Kocaeli Subregion (TR42) Kocaeli Province (TR421)
Sakarya Province (TR422)
Düzce Province (TR423)
Bolu Province (TR424)
Yalova Province (TR425)
West Anatolia Region (TR5) Ankara Subregion (TR51) Ankara Province (TR510)
Konya Subregion (TR52) Konya Province (TR521)
Karaman Province (TR522)
Mediterranean Region (TR6) Antalya Subregion (TR61) Antalya Province (TR611)
Isparta Province (TR612)
Burdur Province (TR613)
Adana Subregion (TR62) Adana Province (TR621)
Mersin Province (TR622)
Hatay Subregion (TR63) Hatay Province (TR631)
Kahramanmaraş Province (TR632)
Osmaniye Province (TR633)
Central Anatolia Region (TR7) Kırıkkale Subregion (TR71) Kırıkkale Province (TR711)
Aksaray Province (TR712)
Niğde Province (TR713)
Nevşehir Province (TR714)
Kırşehir Province (TR715)
Kayseri Subregion (TR72) Kayseri Province (TR721)
Sivas Province (TR722)
Yozgat Province (TR723)
West Black Sea Region (TR8) Zonguldak Subregion (TR81) Zonguldak Province (TR811)
Karabük Province (TR812)
Bartın Province (TR813)
Kastamonu Subregion (TR82) Kastamonu Province (TR821)
Çankırı Province (TR822)
Sinop Province (TR823)
Samsun Subregion (TR83) Samsun Province (TR831)
Tokat Province (TR832)
Çorum Province (TR833)
Amasya Province (TR834)
East Black Sea Region (TR9) Trabzon Subregion (TR90) Trabzon Province (TR901)
Ordu Province (TR902)
Giresun Province (TR903)
Rize Province (TR904)
Artvin Province (TR905)
Gümüşhane Province (TR906)
Northeast Anatolia Region (TRA) Erzurum Subregion (TRA1) Erzurum Province (TRA11)
Erzincan Province (TRA12)
Bayburt Province (TRA13)
Ağrı Subregion (TRA2) Ağrı Province (TRA21)
Kars Province (TRA22)
Iğdır Province (TRA23)
Ardahan Province (TRA24)
Central East Anatolia Region (TRB) Malatya Subregion (TRB1) Malatya Province (TRB11)
Elazığ Province (TRB12)
Bingöl Province (TRB13)
Tunceli Province (TRB14)
Van Subregion (TRB2) Van Province (TRB21)
Muş Province (TRB22)
Bitlis Province (TRB23)
Hakkâri Province (TRB24)
Southeast Anatolia Region (TRC) Gaziantep Subregion (TRC1) Gaziantep Province (TRC11)
Adıyaman Province (TRC12)
Kilis Province (TRC13)
Şanlıurfa Subregion (TRC2) Şanlıurfa Province (TRC21)
Diyarbakır Province (TRC22)
Mardin Subregion (TRC3) Mardin Province (TRC31)
Batman Province (TRC32)
Şırnak Province (TRC33)
Siirt Province (TRC34)

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References

  1. "Statistical Regions outside the EU". Eurostat. Eurostat. Retrieved 3 Jul 2016.
  2. "National Structures (Non-EU)". Eurostat. Eurostat. Retrieved 3 Jul 2016.