Though primarily an administrative city, --------------- is also an
important commercial, industrial, and cultural center. Grains,
vegetables, and fruit are grown nearby. Manufactures include food
products, wine, farm machinery, textiles, and cement. ---------------
goats are well-known for the mohair made from their coats. It is also
the home city of the world-famous --------------- cat, which is one of
the most intelligent and affectionate breeds known. This cat tends to
attach itself strongly to one person, but is also very loving and
playful with the whole family.
--------------- is the trade center for a productive agricultural region
and one of the most rapidly growing cities in Turkland due to its position
in the midst of a large-scale irrigation development, with significant
textile-related industries. The city was called Edessa until its
incorporation into the Ottoman Empire in 1637.
A commercial and transportation center with renovated port facilities,
it exports food products and tobacco. Iron, lead, and copper are found
nearby. Under the Ottomans it had become the starting point of caravans
to Persia. --------------- has many historic monuments, the best
preserved being the 13th-century Church of Aya Sophia (now a museum), an
excellent example of Byzantine architecture.
The largest Turkish commercial seaport after İstanbul, its exports include cotton,
tobacco, vegetables, manufactures, and carpets. It is also an important
commercial and industrial center, whose manufactures include processed
food, textiles, tobacco, cement, petrochemicals, and manufactured goods.
Tourism is increasingly important. It is a road and rail transportation
center, and an annual international trade fair is held there.
This urban district, part of İstanbul, is on the Asian side of the
Bosporus. It is a commercial and industrial center. Known as Chrysopolis
in ancient times, it enjoyed its greatest prosperity after the Ottoman
conquest (15th century). As the gateway to İstanbul, it was embellished
with many mosques, caravansaries, and other public buildings. During the
Crimean War (1854-56), --------------- was a base of the British
army and the site of the military hospital made famous by the work of
I take off my hat
and salute you, fellow citizen... You really deserve a civic medal.
[Dikkat: "cıvık madalya" değil!!
Good try, but I'm
sorry you've missed the big prize...
Obviously you must
work much harder to polish up your Turkish geography...
Oh, my, my, my...
You really ought to be ashamed of your poor performance on this little
well... You can only congratulate yourself on your well-rounded
Sir/Madam, you're utterly useless and singularly lousy as a citizen...