One of the matters that many people who want to invest in Turkey are interested in is geography. We will answer the questions in your mind by sharing with you the details of Turkey’s climates, landforms, and many other aspects. In this sense you can find answers to all your questions about investing in Turkey!

Turkey is a midrail country in the Northern Hemisphere. Turkey is a peninsular country. Mediterranean Sea is in the southern part of Turkey while Black Sea is in the northern part. Located between the Asian and European continents, Turkey is highly valued geographically, as it is considered a transit country. Turkey, which is located very close to European countries as well as close to Middle Eastern countries, is a maximum of 4 hours away from the important centers of the world. 

Regions of Turkey

Turkey is a country in which most of it is covered with mountains and plains. The fact that Turkey has different climatic conditions and landforms makes it possible to carry out various economic activities. In this context, there are 7 different geographical regions in Turkey to address economic and climate diversity more easily.

The most developed geographical region of Turkey is the Marmara, followed by the Aegean, Mediterranean, and Central Anatolia regions. In Turkey, it is necessary to mention that industry, tourism, and many other economic activities are homogeneously distributed. For this reason, foreigners who want to invest in Turkey have very valuable alternatives in the region or city that they will choose. 

Turkey's Border Neighbors

Turkey has a great wealth within its borders, while it borders a total of 8 countries. On the European side, Turkey is neighboring Greece, Bulgaria, Georgia, Armenia, and Nakhichevan. Other neighbors to Turkey are Iran, Iraq, and Syria. Turkey, which aims to develop good relations with its neighbors, is an important center in the region.

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