Location of Sinop Province in Turkey
|Region||West Black Sea|
|• Electoral district||Sinop|
|• Governor||Erol Karaömeroğlu|
|• Total||5,862 km2 (2,263 sq mi)|
|• Density||37/km2 (96/sq mi)|
Sinop Province (Turkish : Sinop ili; Greek : Σινώπη, Sinopi) is a province of Turkey, along the Black Sea. It is located between 41 and 42 degrees North latitude and between 34 and 35 degrees East longitude. The surface area is 5,862 km2, equivalent to 0.8% of Turkey's surface area. The borders total 475 km and consists of 300 km of land and 175 km seaside borders. Its adjacent provinces are Kastamonu on the west, Çorum on the south, and Samsun on the southeast. The provincial capital is the city of Sinop.
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Sinop province is divided into 9 districts (capital district in bold):
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Korucuk is a village in the central district (Sinop) of Sinop Province, Turkey. It is situated only 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) west of the isthmus where the city of Sinop situated. Atit is so close to Sinop that it is about to merge to the city. The population of the village is 2186 as of 2010. A part of Sinop University as well as the bus terminal of Sinop are in Korucuk.
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Çamyayla, is a village that is part of Ayancık district in Sinop, Turkey.
Boztepe Peninsula is a peninsula in the Black Sea region of Turkey. It is in Sinop Province. The midpoint of the peninsula is at about
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