Anatolia

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The small northwestern portion is part of Europe, while the larger eastern section is part of Asia, Bordered on the north by the Black Sea and on the south by the Mediterranean, Turkey occupies the Anatolian Peninsula, one of the oldest continuously settled regions in the world.
We wish the memories of a lost generation that left the Anatolian peninsula and perished in remote parts of Yemen, Galicia, Dardannels and the Balkans, could also be remembered.
The new 268,000 square foot Turkish Engine Centre facility, a Centre of Excellence for CFM56 and V2500 maintenance, repair and overhauls within the region, is located adjacent to the Sabiha Gokcen International Airport in the Anatolian peninsula.
1998; Hewitt 2004; Ciplak 2004a, b; Ciplak 2008), evidence from this study suggests that the Anatolian Peninsula is also home to old endemic biota.
In his 2004 novel "Snow," Pamuk writes of a town on the fringes of the Anatolian peninsula, tucked away in crevasses of both history and geography.
The state-owned Russian pipeline operator Transneft is to join a JV to build a crude oil pipeline across the Anatolian Peninsula from the Black Sea to the Mediterranean, which is of major importance to Turkey.
The state-owned crude oil pipeline operator Transneft is to join a JV to build a pipeline across the Anatolian Peninsula from the Black Sea to the Mediterranean, and Gazprom affirmed a commitment to expand an existing Black Sea gasline - Blue Stream - for trans-shipment across Turkey to Cyprus and/or Israel.
Anatolian peninsula is a historically active earthquake region within the borders of Turkish Republic.