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Basic information about Burdur
Burdur Province (Turkish: Burdur ili) is a province of Turkey, located in the southwest and bordering Muğla and Antalya to the South, Denizli to the West, Afyon to the North, and Isparta to the East. It has an area of 6,887 km² and a population of 258,868 the provincial capital is Burdur city. Burdur is located in the \Lakes Region\ of Turkey and has many lakes of various sizes, largest of which, Burdur Lake, is named after the province. Salda Lake is the second largest lake in the province and is considered to be one of the cleanest lakes in the world.
Cities, towns & villages in Burdur
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BucakBucak (literally \"sheltered nook\" or \"corner\" in Turkish) is a district and the biggest town of Burdur Province, Turkey. The town's population was 35,621 at the 2007 census. It was formerly named \"Oğuzhan\"; the name was changed on 30 May 1926. It is said that the name Oğuzhan came from the Oghuz Turks who settled in this town. Bucak has good connections to other parts of Turkey. Antalya lies 75 km to the south, Isparta 70 km to northeast and Burdur 40 km to the northwest. Neighbouring towns include Çeltikçi and Ağlasun to the north and Kemer to the west. Show Bucakon the map
GüneyGüney is a belde (town) in Yeşilova district of Burdur Province, Turkey. It is situated at 37°30′N 29°33′E / 37.500°N 29.550°E, 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) west of Salda Lake. Distance to Yeşilova is 22 kilometres (14 mi) and to Burdur is 80 kilometres (50 mi). The population of Güney is 1458 as of 2013. The area around Güney was inhabited during Lydian and Roman era. The early Turkish settlements which were founded in the second half of the 11th century were ruined during the First Crusade. After the crusades the present town which is more secluded was founded. Another advantage of the town is the mountain system which blocks the north winds (The name of the town Güney means south). The main economic activity of the town is agriculture. Cereals, grapes and sugar beet are the main crops. Beehi Show Güneyon the map
HasanpaşaHasanpaşa is a small belde (town) in Tefenni district of Burdur Province, Turkey. It is situated at 37°15′N 29°53′E / 37.250°N 29.883°E. The distance to Tefenni is 14 kilometres (8.7 mi) and to Burdur is 92 kilometres (57 mi). The population of Hasanpaşa was 877 as of 2013. The town was founded by Kınalı tribe of Turkmens. It was a part of Hamidoğlu Beylik in the early 14th century. The local governor of the settlement was a certain Hasan Pasha who subdued the bandits around the settlement and the settlement was named accordingly. In 1331 Hasanpaşa became a part of the Ottoman Empire. In 1993 Hasanpaşa was declared a seat of township. Major economic sectors of the town is agriculture and animal husbandry. Cereals and sugar beet are the main crops. Wood preservation factory \"Ramtaş\" als Show Hasanpaşaon the map
YusufçaYusufça (former Yusufçuk) is a town in Gölhisar district of Burdur Province, Turkey. It is situated in the northern slopes of Toros Mountains at 37°12′N 29°32′E / 37.200°N 29.533°E. The distance to Gölhisar is 8 kilometres (5.0 mi). The population of Yusufça was 2000 as of 2012. According to town page, the settlement was founded in 1777 by Turkmens. The name Yusufçuk refers to a certain Yusuf who controlled the main water resource of the area in the 18th century. In 1972, Yusufçuk was declared a seat of township. Main economic sector is farming. Tomatoes, carrots and various other crops are produced. There is also some light industry in the town. Show Yusufçaon the map
KozağacıKozağacı (literally \"walnut tree\") is a belde (town) in Çavdır district of Burdur Province, Turkey. At 37°04′N 29°41′E / 37.067°N 29.683°E it is situated in the plateau to the west of Kozağacı Dam reservoir. The distance to Çavdır is 10 kilometres (6.2 mi). The population of Kozağacı was 1220 as of 2013. No document about the origin of the settlement exists. But as the name suggests, according to oral tradition Kozağacı was named after a walnut tree under which the first dwellings appeared. Main economic activity of the town is agriculture and cattle breeding. Also some residents work in cities . Show Kozağacıon the map
AğlasunAğlasun (from Greek Αγαλασσός Agalassos, in turn from Koine Greek Sagalassos, in turn from Hittite Salawassa) is a town and district of Burdur Province in the Mediterranean region of Turkey. The mayor is Aydın Kaplan (MHP). The town is 7 km from the ruins of the ancient city of Sagalassos, from which it gets its modern name. With its rich architectural heritage, Ağlasun is a member of the Norwich-based European Association of Historic Towns and Regions. Show Ağlasunon the map
KızılkayaKızılkaya is a belde (town) in Bucak district of Burdur Province, Turkey. It is situated at 37°18′N 30°27′E / 37.300°N 30.450°E. The distance to Bucak is 37 kilometres (23 mi) and to Burdur is 77 kilometres (48 mi). The population of Kızılkaya was 2034 as of 2013. The town is an old settlement. It was inhabited during the late Hitite era. During the Ottoman Empire era it was a district of Antalya Province to the south. It was declared a seat of township in 1973. Show Kızılkayaon the map
KocaalilerKocaaliler is a belde (town) in Bucak district of Burdur Province, Turkey. It is situated to the west of Karacaören dam resorvoir and state highway D-685 at 37°19′N 30°44′E / 37.317°N 30.733°E. The distance to Bucak was 25 kilometres (16 mi). The population of Kocaaliler 2132 as of 2013. Most pronounced crop of the town is fig and an annual fig festival is held in the town. Show Kocaalileron the map
SaldaSalda is a belde (town) in Yeşilova district of Burdur Province, Turkey. At 37°32′N 29°38′E / 37.533°N 29.633°E it is situated on the coast of Lake Salda. Both the town and the lake are named after Salda creek at the south of the town. Salda is 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) west of Yeşilova, and 70 kilometres (43 mi) west of Burdur. The population of Salda was 1263. as of 2013. Show Saldaon the map
BurdurBurdur is a city southwestern Turkey and the seat of the Burdur Province of Turkey. It is located at 37°43′13″N 30°17′27″E / 37.7202778°N 30.2908333°E, on the shore of Lake Burdur. Its estimated 2010 population is 78,389. Show Burduron the map
HacılarHacilar is an early human settlement in southwestern Turkey, 15 km north of present-day Burdur. It has been dated back 7040 BC at its earliest stage of development. Archaeological remains indicate that the site was abandoned and reoccupied on more than one occasion in its history. Show Hacılaron the map
AltınyaylaAltınyayla (formerly, Dirmil) is a town and a district of Burdur Province in the Mediterranean region of Turkey. Show Altınyaylaon the map
ÇeltikçiÇeltikçi is a town and a district of Burdur Province in the Mediterranean region of Turkey. Show Çeltikçion the map
YeşilovaYeşilova is a town and a district of Burdur Province in the Mediterranean region of Turkey. Show Yeşilovaon the map
KaramanlıKaramanlı is a town and district of Burdur Province in the Mediterranean region of Turkey. Show Karamanlıon the map
ÇavdırÇavdır is a town and a district of Burdur Province in the Mediterranean region of Turkey. Show Çavdıron the map
GölhisarGölhisar is a town and district of Burdur Province in the Mediterranean region of Turkey. Show Gölhisaron the map
TefenniTefenni is a town and district of Burdur Province in the Mediterranean region of Turkey. Show Tefennion the map
KemerKemer is a town and district of Burdur Province in the Mediterranean region of Turkey. Show Kemeron the map
KozlucaKozluca is a belde (town) in Burdur Province, Turkey. Show Kozlucaon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Burdur
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Bucak İlçesiBucak (literally \"sheltered nook\" or \"corner\" in Turkish) is a district and the biggest town of Burdur Province, Turkey. The town's population was 35,621 at the 2007 census. It was formerly named \"Oğuzhan\"; the name was changed on 30 May 1926. It is said that the name Oğuzhan came from the Oghuz Turks who settled in this town. Bucak has good connections to other parts of Turkey. Antalya lies 75 km to the south, Isparta 70 km to northeast and Burdur 40 km to the northwest. Neighbouring towns include Çeltikçi and Ağlasun to the north and Kemer to the west.Show on map
BurdurBurdur Province (Turkish: Burdur ili) is a province of Turkey, located in the southwest and bordering Muğla and Antalya to the south, Denizli to the west, Afyon to the north, and Isparta to the east. It has an area of 6,887 km² and a population of 258,868. The provincial capital is Burdur city. Burdur is located in the Lakes Region of Turkey and has many lakes of various sizes, the largest of which, Burdur Lake, is named after the province. Salda Lake is the second largest lake in the province and is considered to be one of the cleanest lakes in the world.Show on map
Ağlasun İlçesiAğlasun (from Greek Αγαλασσός Agalassos, in turn from Koine Greek Sagalassos, in turn from Hittite Salawassa) is a town and district of Burdur Province in the Mediterranean region of Turkey. The mayor is Aydın Kaplan (MHP). The town is 7 km from the ruins of the ancient city of Sagalassos, from which it gets its modern name. With its rich architectural heritage, Ağlasun is a member of the Norwich-based European Association of Historic Towns and Regions.Show on map
Altınyayla İlçesiAltınyayla (formerly, Dirmil) is a town and a district of Burdur Province in the Mediterranean region of Turkey.Show on map
Yeşilova İlçesiYeşilova is a town and a district of Burdur Province in the Mediterranean region of Turkey.Show on map
Çeltikçi İlçesiÇeltikçi is a town and a district of Burdur Province in the Mediterranean region of Turkey.Show on map
Karamanlı İlçesiKaramanlı is a town and district of Burdur Province in the Mediterranean region of Turkey.Show on map
Gölhisar İlçesiGölhisar is a town and district of Burdur Province in the Mediterranean region of Turkey.Show on map
Çavdır İlçesiÇavdır is a town and a district of Burdur Province in the Mediterranean region of Turkey.Show on map
Tefenni İlçesiTefenni is a town and district of Burdur Province in the Mediterranean region of Turkey.Show on map
Kemer İlçesiKemer is a town and district of Burdur Province in the Mediterranean region of Turkey.Show on map
Different buildings in Burdur
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SagalassosSagalassos (Greek: is an archaeological site in southwestern Turkey, about 100 km north of Antalya (ancient Attaleia), and 30 km from Burdur and Isparta. The ancient ruins of Sagalassos are 7 km from Ağlasun (as well as being its namesake) in the province of Burdur, on Mount Akdağ, in the Western Taurus mountains range, at an altitude of 1450–1700 metres.In Roman Imperial times, the town was known as the \"first city of Pisidia\", a region in the western Taurus mountains, currently known as the Turkish Lakes Region. During the Hellenistic period it was already one of the major Pisidian towns.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Burdur
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Burdur GölüLake Burdur (Turkish: Burdur Gölü) is a large saline lake of tectonic origin, positioned at the frontier between Burdur and Isparta provinces, in southwestern Turkey. It is located at around 37°45′N 30°11′E / 37.75°N 30.18°E. It has an area of 250.00 km² and maximum depth variously reported at between 50 and 110 m. Water level in the lake fluctuates. Lake Burdur is also an important wetland site for many bird species and is designated a Ramsar site.Show on map
Salda GölüLake Salda is a mid-size crater lake in southwestern Turkey, within the boundaries of Yeşilova district depending Burdur Province, and it lies at a distance of about fifty kilometers to the west from the province seat of Burdur.It extends over part of an area known as the Lakes District in southwestern Anatolia. The lake area covers 4,370 hectares, and its depth reaches 196 meters, making it one of the deeper lakes in Turkey, if not the deepest.Show on map