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Basic information about Tokat
Tokat Province (Turkish: Tokat ili) is a province in northern Turkey. Its adjacent provinces are Amasya to the northwest, Yozgat to the southwest, Sivas to the southeast, and Ordu to the northeast. Its capital is Tokat, which lies inland of the middle Black Sea region, 422 kilometers from Ankara.
Cities, towns & villages in Tokat
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ŞenyurtŞenyurt is a town in Turhal district of Tokat Province, Turkey. At 40°20′N 36°12′E / 40.333°N 36.200°E it is situated to the north of Turkish state highway D-180 whict connects Tokat to Amasya. The distance to Turhal is 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) and to Tokat is 32 kilometres (20 mi). The population of Şenyurt is 2230 as of 2011. The settlement was founded in 1972 as a result of merging four neighbouring villages. The population of those villages were composed of Caucasus migrants of the 1850s. Main economic activity is fruit farming. Show Şenyurton the map
ReşadiyeReşadiye is a town and a district of Tokat Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. The mayor is Cemil KILIÇ (AKP). It is near the town of Doğanşehir. The town was the scene of two major insurgent attacks during the Kurdish-Turkish conflict, the first one being the Sazak assault in 1997, a joint operation between the PKK, DHKP/C and the TKP/ML, killing 4 soldiers and the second being the Reşadiye shooting in 2009 in which the PKK killed 7 and injured 3 soldiers. Show Reşadiyeon the map
GüryıldızGüryıldız is a belde (town) in the central district (Tokat) of Tokat Province, Turkey. At 40°21′N 36°21′E / 40.350°N 36.350°E it is situated to the south of Black Sea Mountains and to the west of Tokat. The distance to Tokat is 23 kilometres (14 mi). The population of Güryıldız is 2083 as of 2011. The settlement was founded by Ahıska Turks from east. In 1999 it was declared a seat of township. Tomato and grape are the main crops of the town. Show Güryıldızon the map
SulusaraySulusaray or Çiftlik, in Antiquity and the early Middle Ages known as Sebastopolis (Greek: or Heracleopolis is a town and a district of Tokat Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. Sulusaray is about 68 km from the center of Tokat, and about 30 km from Artova town. The site is situated on a plain surrounded by mountains and the Çekerek river runs near it. The mayor is Şahin Hasgül (MHP). Show Sulusarayon the map
TurhalTurhal is a town and a district of Tokat Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. It is 48 km in the west of Tokat Province. Turhal is situated on a fertile plain fragmented by the Yeşil Irmak river. It has an elevation of approximately 530 m. The city is best known for its sugar beet processing plant established in 1934 as an important enterprise of the young Turkish Republic. The mayor is Yılmaz Bekler (AKP). Show Turhalon the map
KabatepeKabatepe, or Gaba Tepe, is a headland overlooking the northern Aegean Sea in what is now the Gallipoli Peninsula National Historical Park (tr), on the Gallipoli peninsula in northwestern Turkey. During the First World War, the headland was the site of an Ottoman artillery battery which constantly harassed the ANZAC troops around ANZAC Cove to the north throughout the Gallipoli Campaign. Show Kabatepeon the map
ZileZile, anciently known as Zela, is a city and a district of Tokat Province, Turkey. Zile lies to the south of Amasya and the west of Tokat in north-central Turkey. The city has a long history, including being the site of the Battle of Zela, which prompted the phrase \"Veni, vidi, vici.\" Today the city is a center for agricultural marketing and tourism. Show Zileon the map
NiksarNiksar /'niksar/ (Greek: Neokaisáreia) is a city in Tokat Province, Turkey. It was settled by many empires, being once the capital city of the province. Niksar is known as \"Çukurova of the North-Anatolia\" due to its production of many kinds of fruits and vegetables except citrus fruits. Show Niksaron the map
ArtovaArtova is a town and a district of Tokat Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. It is located 31 km (19 mi) southwest of Tokat. A railway line through Artova connects the town in the north with Samsun and in the southwest with Sivas. The town's current mayor is Lütvü Yalçın ([AKP]). Show Artovaon the map
TokatTokat is the capital city of Tokat Province of Turkey in the mid-Black Sea region of Anatolia. It is located at the confluence of the Tokat River (Tokat Suyu) with the Yeşilırmak. In the 2009 census, the city of Tokat had a population of 129,879. Show Tokaton the map
ErbaaErbaa is a town and a district of Tokat Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey.One kilometer east-southeast of Erbaa is the archaeological site of Horoztepe. The mayor is Hüseyin Yıldırım (AKP). Show Erbaaon the map
AlmusAlmus is a town and a district of Tokat Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. The mayor is Hasan Hüseyin Arıkan (AKP). Show Almuson the map
BaşçiftlikBaşçiftlik is a town and a district of Tokat Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. The mayor is Mustafa Öztürk (MHP). Show Başçiftlikon the map
YeşilyurtYeşilyurt is a town and district of Tokat Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. The mayor is Kazım Misafir (AKP). Show Yeşilyurton the map
PazarPazar is a town and a district of Tokat Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. The mayor is Adnan Özmen (MHP). Show Pazaron the map
States, regions, administrative units in Tokat
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ReşadiyeReşadiye is a town and a district of Tokat Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. The mayor is Cemil KILIÇ (AKP). It is near the town of Doğanşehir. The town was the scene of two major insurgent attacks during the Kurdish-Turkish conflict, the first one being the Sazak assault in 1997, a joint operation between the PKK, DHKP/C and the TKP/ML, killing 4 soldiers and the second being the Reşadiye shooting in 2009 in which the PKK killed 7 and injured 3 soldiers.Show on map
Sulusaray İlçesiSulusaray or Çiftlik, in Antiquity and the early Middle Ages known as Sebastopolis (Greek: or Heracleopolis is a town and a district of Tokat Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. Sulusaray is about 68 km from the center of Tokat, and about 30 km from Artova town. The site is situated on a plain surrounded by mountains and the Çekerek river runs near it. The mayor is Şahin Hasgül (MHP).Show on map
Turhal İlçesiTurhal is a town and a district of Tokat Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. It is 48 km in the west of Tokat Province. Turhal is situated on a fertile plain fragmented by the Yeşil Irmak river. It has an elevation of approximately 530 m. The city is best known for its sugar beet processing plant established in 1934 as an important enterprise of the young Turkish Republic. The mayor is Yılmaz Bekler (AKP).Show on map
Zile İlçesiZile, anciently known as Zela, is a city and a district of Tokat Province, Turkey. Zile lies to the south of Amasya and the west of Tokat in north-central Turkey. The city has a long history, including being the site of the Battle of Zela, which prompted the phrase \"Veni, vidi, vici.\" Today the city is a center for agricultural marketing and tourism.Show on map
NiksarNiksar /'niksar/ (Greek: Neokaisáreia) is a city in Tokat Province, Turkey. It was settled by many empires, being once the capital city of the province. Niksar is known as \"Çukurova of the North-Anatolia\" due to its production of many kinds of fruits and vegetables except citrus fruits.Show on map
TokatTokat Province (Turkish: Tokat ili) is a province in northern Turkey. Its adjacent provinces are Amasya to the northwest, Yozgat to the southwest, Sivas to the southeast, and Ordu to the northeast. Its capital is Tokat, which lies inland of the middle Black Sea region, 422 kilometers from Ankara.Show on map
Artova İlçesiArtova is a town and a district of Tokat Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. It is located 31 km (19 mi) southwest of Tokat. A railway line through Artova connects the town in the north with Samsun and in the southwest with Sivas. The town's current mayor is Lütvü Yalçın ([AKP]).Show on map
ErbaaErbaa is a town and a district of Tokat Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey.One kilometer east-southeast of Erbaa is the archaeological site of Horoztepe. The mayor is Hüseyin Yıldırım (AKP).Show on map
Almus İlçesiAlmus is a town and a district of Tokat Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. The mayor is Hasan Hüseyin Arıkan (AKP).Show on map
Başçiftlik İlçesiBaşçiftlik is a town and a district of Tokat Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. The mayor is Mustafa Öztürk (MHP).Show on map
Yeşilyurt İlçesiYeşilyurt is a town and district of Tokat Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. The mayor is Kazım Misafir (AKP).Show on map
Pazar İlçesiPazar is a town and a district of Tokat Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. The mayor is Adnan Özmen (MHP).Show on map
Different buildings in Tokat
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Almus BarajıThe Almus Dam (Almus Barajı in Turkish) is an earthen embankment dam that is near the town of Almus (28 kilometers East of Tokat city in center north of Turkey) and is located on the River Yesilirmak which runs into the Black Sea. The main purposes of the dam is irrigation, flood control and hydroelectricity. The hydroelectric power plant (established in 1966) at the dam has a capacity of 27 megawatts (three facilities at 9 megawatts each). The dam contains 3,405,000 m3 (120,200,000 cu ft) of material and irrigates an area of 21,350 hectares. The dam's spillway is capable of discharging a maximum 2,800 m3/s (98,881 cu ft/s) and its bottom outlet a maximum of 50 m3/s (1,766 cu ft/s).Show on map
Belpınar BarajıBelpınar Dam is a dam in Tokat Province, Turkey. It was built between 1977 and 1984.Show on map