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Basic information about Yalova
Yalova Province (Turkish: Yalova ili) is a province in northwestern Turkey, on the eastern coast of the Sea of Marmara. Its adjacent provinces are Bursa to the south and Kocaeli to the east. The provincial capital is the city of Yalova. The population of the Yalova Province was 203,741 in 2010. Prior to 1930, the area around Yalova constituted a district of Kocaeli Province; from 1930 to 1995, it was made part of Istanbul Province; in 1995, the area was separated and made into the current Yalova Province.
Cities, towns & villages in Yalova
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ÇınarcıkÇınarcık is a town and district of Yalova Province in the Marmara region of Turkey. The mayor is Avni Kurt. (CHP). Çınarcık has a permanent population of 9,000 but its location near İstanbul has made it a popular location for summer homes. On hot weekends during the summer, the population can swell to 300,000 and construction of new summer homes in the town is fast paced. Show Çınarcıkon the map
KoruköyKoru (former Kuri) is a belde (town) in Çınarcık district of Yalova Province, Turkey. Situated at 40°39′N 29°10′E / 40.650°N 29.167°E it is between Çınarcık to west and Yalova to east, all coastal places on the Anatolian side of Marmara Sea. Distance to ÇInarcık is 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) and to Yalova is 9 kilometres (5.6 mi) . The population of Koru is 5257. as of 2010. Up to 20th century the population was composed of Greeks. The name of the settlement was Kuri . After the Population exchange between Greece and Turkey agreement, the former population of the settlement was replaced by the Turks from Serres and Drama in 1924. Former name was changed to a Turkish name with a similar sound and meaning small forest quite suitable for Koru. In 1992, the settlement was declared a seat of towns Show Koruköyon the map
KadıköyKadıköy is a belde (town) in the central district of Yalova Province, Turkey. At 40°37′N 29°14′E / 40.617°N 29.233°E it is 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) south west of Yalova and at the midpoint of Armutlu Peninsula. The population of Kadıköy is 5414 as of 2010. The settlement was founded by an Ottoman kadı (\"judge\") . Hence it was named as Kadıköy (\"Judge's village\"). During Ottoman Empire most of the population was composed of Greeks. But according to Population exchange between Greece and Turkey agreement the Greek population was replaced by Turkish population from Greece. Refuges from Caucasus after the Russo-Turkish War (1877-1878) were also settled in the village. The village was declared a seat of township in 1991. Intensive farming such as green house farming and floriculture is the main Show Kadıköyon the map
SubaşıSubaşı is a belde (town) in Altınova district of Yalova Province, Turkey. Situated at 40°42′N 29°30′E / 40.700°N 29.500°E it is close to Hersek Headland of Marmara Sea and has almost merged to Altınova to the east. The distance to Yalova is 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) . The population of Subaşı is 5459 as of 2010. The name of the village refers to subaşı, a title in the Ottoman bureaucracy and the residents of the town are mostly Turkish migrants who were expelled from Bulgaria in 1935. The settlement was declared a seat of township in 1992 . But it suffered severely in the 7.6 magnitude 1999 İzmit earthquake. Show Subaşıon the map
TavşanlıTavşanlı is a belde (town) in Altınova district of Yalova Province, Turkey. At 40°40′N 29°27′E / 40.667°N 29.450°E it is situated in the northern portion of Armutlu Peninsula. The distance to Altınova is 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) and to Yalova is 14 kilometres (8.7 mi). The population of Tavşanlı is 2586 as of 2010. The ferry dock is only 3.5 kilometres (2.2 mi) to Tavşanlı and the picnik places around the town can easily by reached in daily tours from İstanbul. Fruit and vegetable farming as well as floriculture are the main sources of revenue of the town. Show Tavşanlıon the map
TaşköprüTaşköprü (literally \"stone bridge\") is a coastal town in Çiftlikköy district of Yalova Province, Turkey. Taşköprü is situated on a peninsula at 40°41′N 29°24′E / 40.683°N 29.400°E. It is 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) from Çiftlikköy on the Turkish state highway D-575. The population of Taşköprü is 3237 as of 2011. Taşköprü was founded by a group of Turkish families from Bulgaria (which had recently gained independence) in 1902. The name of the settlement refers to a 400-year-old Ottoman bridge at the east of the town. Show Taşköprüon the map
KaytazdereKaytazdere is a small belde (town) in Altınova district of Yalova Province, Turkey. At 40°41′N 29°32′E / 40.683°N 29.533°E it is almost merged to Altınova. Distance to Yalova is 25 kilometres (16 mi). The population of Kaytazdereis is 5278 as of 2010. The settlement was founded at the end of the second Balkan War by the Turkish refuges from the Bulgaria. After the second World War an airbase was established around Kaytazdere. The economy of the town depends on small industries and agriculture. Show Kaytazdereon the map
TermalTermal is a town and district of Yalova Province in the Marmara region of Turkey. It is renowned with its hot springs. Yalova Thermal (Turkish: Termal) Baths are located in Yalova, Turkey about 80 km. away from Istanbul. The huge complex, lying on a land of about 1,6 mill. square metres, is located 12 km. away from Yalova. There are 4 hotels, one of which is an apart, in the complex. There are 5 baths in the complex which also possess historical value. The mayor is İsmail Atik (AKP). Show Termalon the map
YalovaYalova is a city located in northwestern Turkey, near the eastern coast of the Sea of Marmara. Yalova has a city population of 100,863, while the population of the Yalova Province is 118,998. as of 2011. Currently there is a controversy around the municipal election results in Yalova especially after the Supreme Election Board invalidated the 2014 Municipal Election results on April 24, 2014 after a few recounts that changed results. Show Yalovaon the map
ArmutluArmutlu is a town and district of Yalova Province in the Marmara region of Turkey. The mayor is Mehmet Birkan (AKP). Show Armutluon the map
ÇiftlikköyÇiftlikköy is a town and district of Yalova Province in the Marmara region of Turkey. The mayor is Metin Dağ (DP). Show Çiftlikköyon the map
AltınovaAltınova is a town and district of Yalova Province in the Marmara region of Turkey. The mayor is Metin Oral (AKP). Show Altınovaon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Yalova
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Çınarcık İlçesiÇınarcık is a town and district of Yalova Province in the Marmara region of Turkey. The mayor is Avni Kurt. (CHP). Çınarcık has a permanent population of 9,000 but its location near İstanbul has made it a popular location for summer homes. On hot weekends during the summer, the population can swell to 300,000 and construction of new summer homes in the town is fast paced.Show on map
YalovaYalova Province (Turkish: Yalova ili) is a province in northwestern Turkey, on the eastern coast of the Sea of Marmara. Its adjacent provinces are Bursa to the south and Kocaeli to the east. The provincial capital is the city of Yalova. The population of the Yalova Province was 203,741 in 2010. Prior to 1930, the area around Yalova constituted a district of Kocaeli Province; from 1930 to 1995, it was made part of Istanbul Province; in 1995, the area was separated and made into the current Yalova Province.Show on map
Termal İlçesiTermal is a town and district of Yalova Province in the Marmara region of Turkey. It is renowned with its hot springs. Yalova Thermal (Turkish: Termal) Baths are located in Yalova, Turkey about 80 km. away from Istanbul. The huge complex, lying on a land of about 1,6 mill. square metres, is located 12 km. away from Yalova. There are 4 hotels, one of which is an apart, in the complex. There are 5 baths in the complex which also possess historical value. The mayor is İsmail Atik (AKP).Show on map
Armutlu İlçesiArmutlu is a town and district of Yalova Province in the Marmara region of Turkey. The mayor is Mehmet Birkan (AKP).Show on map
Çiftlikköy İlçesiÇiftlikköy is a town and district of Yalova Province in the Marmara region of Turkey. The mayor is Metin Dağ (DP).Show on map
Altınova İlçesiAltınova is a town and district of Yalova Province in the Marmara region of Turkey. The mayor is Metin Oral (AKP).Show on map
Different buildings in Yalova
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Gökçe BarajıGökçe Dam is a dam in Turkey. The development was backed by the Turkish State Hydraulic Works.Show on map