TURKEY CITIZENSHIP SECOND PASSPORT BY INVESTMENT COUNTRY INFORMATION
|Ankara||783,562 km²||79.81 million||Turkish|
|CURRENCY||EXCHANGE RATE||GDP – PER CAPITA (2016):||GDP – TOTAL (2016)|
|Turkish lira (TRY)||1 USD = 5.16 TRY||USD 10,540.62||USD 851.1 billion|
Turkey is situated at the crossroads between Europe and Asia. Turkey stretches from the north-east end of the Mediterranean Sea in Southeast Europe and Southwest Asia. Black sea is located in the north of Turkey and the Aegean Sea is located to the west. Greece, Bulgaria, Russia, Ukraine, and Romania are the neighboring countries to the north and northwest. Georgia, Armenia, Iran, Azerbaijan, Syria, and Iraq are neighboring countries to the south. Turkey is divided by the Dardanelles, Marmara, and Bosporus. Turkey was dominated by Greeks, Persians, and Romans during the classic era. It was once the seat of the Byzantine Empire. After the fall of the Ottoman Empire, Turkey transformed into a modernized and vibrant secular state. As a result of its rich history and culture, Turkey is a land of diversity.
- Turkey is a parliamentary democracy.
- Ankara is the capital of Turkey. Istanbul, Izmir, and Bursa are some of the other big cities of Turkey.
- In Turkey, the head of state is the President and the head of the government is Prime Minister.
- Turkey has an estimated population of 78.8 million. The majority of the population is ethnically Turkish.
- Turkish is the official language of Turkey. There are other widely spoken languages in the Turkic family related to Central Asian languages like Uzbek, Turkmen, and Kazakh.
- Turkey is among the top twenty economies in the world. The agricultural sector accounts for 30% of jobs in the country.
- Turkey has reserves of oil and gas.
- The climate of Turkey is warm dry summers and rainy winters.