West Marmara Region
Batı Marmara Bölgesi
|• Region||41,280 km2 (15,940 sq mi)|
|• Density||81/km2 (210/sq mi)|
|HDI (2017)||0.832 |
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The West Marmara Region (Turkish : Batı Marmara) (TR2) is a statistical region in Turkey.
|0 – 4||194,476||99,884||94,592|
|5 – 9||199,137||102,153||96,984|
|10 – 14||202,255||104,361||97,894|
|15 – 19||236,277||122,189||114,088|
|20 – 24||262,302||146,553||115,749|
|25 – 29||245,220||130,161||115,059|
|30 – 34||263,742||136,054||127,688|
|35 – 39||254,549||130,864||123,685|
|40 – 44||244,060||123,404||120,656|
|45 – 49||232,284||117,465||114,819|
|50 – 54||233,745||116,220||117,525|
|55 – 59||213,500||106,196||107,304|
|60 – 64||176,985||87,856||89,129|
|65 – 69||135,550||65,229||70,321|
|70 – 74||98,378||45,118||53,260|
|75 – 79||75,360||32,698||42,662|
|80 – 84||53,482||21,813||31,669|
|85 – 89||23,865||8,789||15,076|
|Region||Population||Immigrants||Emigrants||Net immigrants||Net immigration rate|
|West Black Sea||186,103||5.6|
|East Black Sea||96,494||2.9|
|Central East Anatolia||86,315||2.6|
|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|
Marmara may refer to:
Balıkesir Province is a province in northwestern Turkey with coastlines on both the Sea of Marmara and the Aegean. Its adjacent provinces are Çanakkale to the west, İzmir to the southwest, Manisa to the south, Kütahya to the southeast, and Bursa to the east. The provincial capital is Balıkesir. Most of the province lies in the Marmara Region except the southern parts of Bigadiç Edremit, Kepsut, İvrindi, Savaştepe and Sındırgı districts and ones of Ayvalık, Burhaniye, Dursunbey, Gömeç and Havran, that bound the Aegean Region. Kaz Dağı, known also as Mount Ida, is located in this province. Balıkesir province is famous for its olives, thermal spas, and clean beaches, making it an important tourist destination. The province also hosts immense deposits of kaolinite and borax, with some open-pit mines. The Kaz mountains are also threatened with the expansion of gold mining using cyanide which puts the villagers' lives, the agricultural economy, and tourism at risk.
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