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DENIZLI AIRPORT
SEPARATE PARAGRAPH
ANKARA HIGHWAY
VALLEY
APPEARANCE
MONTH
UNIQUE
AREAS
ATTRACTION
CLIMATE
ROAD
PLACES
MOUNTAINS
KM EAST
HIGH MOUNTAINS
TURKS
BIG CITY
POPULATION
TURKISH
CAPITAL
KILOMETERS NORTH
EAST
PEOPLE
MILES WEST
ANCIENT CITY
SOUTHWESTERN TURKEY
NAZILLI
LAODICEA
DENIZLI PROVINCE
NORTH
HIGHWAY
HIERAPOLIS
PROVINCE
PLACE
ENVIRONS
ISPARTA
ANKARA
TOWN
KM NORTH
CITY
MANISA
LAST DECADES
ROOSTERS
ROOSTER
IZMIR
AEGEAN REGION
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Definitions

  1. Denizli is a province of Turkey in Western Anatolia, on high ground above the Aegean coast.
  2. Denizli is a growing industrial city in the mountains of southwestern Turkey.
  3. Denizli is the most important textiles center in the region and they are exported from here. (Web site)
  4. Denizli is a hardright Turkish extremist belonging to the Grey Wolves. (Web site)
  5. Denizli is the commercial and transportation hub of Aegean Turkey. (Web site)

Denizli Airport

  1. Denizli airport is about 45 minutes drive from the city. (Web site)

Separate Paragraph

  1. Alasehir and Denizli (see separate paragraph) are usually seen together on a day trip from Izmir. (Web site)

Ankara Highway

  1. The Seljuk caravanserai Akhan, 6km from Denizli on the Ankara highway. (Web site)

Valley

  1. The travertine features have their origins in the shifting of a fault in the valley of the Menderes river (between here and Denizli).

Appearance

  1. TABAI Tabai, which is located at the 78th km of Denizli - Muğla highway, has the appearance of a natural fort as can be understood from its name. (Web site)
  2. A good Denizli Rooster must have: alive appearance; long and strong legs and neck; wide and deep chest; sharp and sloped toward head tail.

Month

  1. DENIZLI, Turkey: The little red prayer book was handed out in a public primary school here in western Turkey earlier this month.
  2. Life became so hard for him that he also wrote that he suffered in one day in Emirdag what he had suffered in a month a Denizli Prison.

Unique

  1. A miraculous site, unique and world famous for its fascinating formation of white petrified cascades is Pamukkale located 20 kms from Denizli. (Web site)

Areas

  1. As Denizli has prospered in the 90s new compounds of luxury villas have sprung up on the city's outskirts in areas like Çamlık. (Web site)

Attraction

  1. In north of Denizli, the ancient Laodikeia City is an attraction that all tourists must visit.

Climate

  1. Denizli Province is located in Turkey’s Aegean Region, but the climate is not uniformly Aegean throughout the whole province. (Web site)

Road

  1. Another lesser known site, but one that holds a considerable significance Biblically is Laodikya, just 10 minutes from Pamukkale on the Denizli road.

Places

  1. On the other hand, the new wealth in Denizli has been much more rapid than many other places in Turkey in investing in developing an urban culture. (Web site)

Mountains

  1. The weather is very hot in Denizli in summers, whereas in winters, it may occasionally be very cold with snow on the mountains that surround the city. (Web site)
  2. Denizli province is open to the winds coming from the sea because of the perpendicular extension of the mountains. (Web site)

Km East

  1. Honaz Dagi National Park is 20 km east of Denizli, near the town of Honaz.
  2. SEBASTOPOLIS Sebastopolis is 2 km east of Kızılca town that is 19 km south of Tavas District of Denizli Province. (Web site)

High Mountains

  1. Nestled in the high mountains near the Buyuk Menderes (Meander) River is Denizli.

Turks

  1. Turks were first seen in Denizli in 1070 when Afşin Bey, under the control of the Seljuk Sultan Alp Arslan, raided the area. (Web site)

Big City

  1. Though not yet a big city, Denizli is worth a spot on your travel itinerary.

Population

  1. Denizli has the highest level of internet connection (with 15% of the population connected) and the lowest office costs.

Turkish

  1. Stiffened by the Turkish regular army, Greek forces were repelled, and Denizli remained in Turkish hands throughout the Greco-Turkish War.

Capital

  1. Its capital is the city of Denizli.

Kilometers North

  1. This "Cotton Castle", known as Pamukkale, is located approximately 20 kilometers North of Denizli.

East

  1. It is on the ridge of Pamukkale on the east of the Pamukkale village which is 22 kilometers east of Denizli.
  2. Heading east on the E96 from Sardis then turning left onto the to Denizli road leads eventually to Alashir which was once Philadelphia.

People

  1. Denizli, which was a small town of 12.000 people in the 1920' s when the Turkish Republic was founded. (Web site)
  2. This is a poor district and many people have left in search of jobs in nearby Denizli and other industrial cities in Turkey and in Europe.

Miles West

  1. Also in the depending of Honaz, about 10 miles west of Denizli is, what was, in the 1st century A.D., the city of Colossae. (Web site)

Ancient City

  1. The ancient city of Laodikeia is here, within the borders of Denizli, with its ruins awaiting for the sightseers. (Web site)
  2. The ancient city of Tripolis is found on a low hill between Yenicekent and the Menderes River in Buldan, a town 40 kilometers from Denizli. (Web site)

Southwestern Turkey

  1. Denizli is a city in southwestern Turkey. (Web site)
  2. Plan one night in the area, including a quick visit to Denizli (see separate paragraph) in southwestern Turkey. (Web site)

Nazilli

  1. There are regular buses from İzmir Adnan Menderes Airport, Nazilli and Denizli (70km to the west).

Laodicea

  1. There are some not-particularly-impressive ruins at Laodicea of one of the Seven Churches of Asia Minor in the hills near Denizli. (Web site)

Denizli Province

  1. Beycesultan is an archaeological site in western Anatolia, located about 5 km southwest of the modern-day city of Çivril in the Denizli Province of Turkey. (Web site)
  2. Pamukkale, meaning "cotton castle" in Turkish, is a natural site and attraction in south-western Turkey in the Denizli Province. (Web site)
  3. The city has a population of about 488,768 (2009 census) and is the capital city of Denizli Province. (Web site)

North

  1. Places of interest Laodicea ad Lycum - 6 km (4 mi) north of Denizli near the village of Eskihisar. (Web site)
  2. Laodicea ad Lycum - 6 km (4 mi) north of Denizli near the village of Eskihisar.
  3. The ancient name of Pamukkale is Hieropolis which is located 17 kilometers to the North of Denizli.

Highway

  1. The town of Dazkin on the Denizli highway is famous for its carpets and kilims. (Web site)
  2. The highway going to Honaz from Organized Industrial Region that is at the 16th km of Denizli - Ankara Highway passes through Colossae city. (Web site)
  3. Highway: Denizli is accessible from every region of country by roadway. (Web site)

Hierapolis

  1. Roman ruins of the thermal baths in the ancient city of Hierapolis are another highlight of this area located just north of Denizli.
  2. Hierapolis was the ancient city on top of the famous Pamukkale hot springs located in south-western Turkey near Denizli.

Province

  1. Denizli in south-western Turkey is the capital of Denizli province, located 110 km from the Aegean Sea. (Web site)
  2. Buldan is a town and a district of Denizli Province of Turkey.
  3. Ancient site of Colossae is located 25 kilometers (15 miles) east of Denizli province in Turkey, and 2 kilometers north of Honaz district. (Web site)

Place

  1. The textile industry in Denizli grew rapidly in the 1980s and 1990s making itself a place in the domestic market and for exports. (Web site)

Environs

  1. After Turks conquered Denizli and its environs,the center of the city became Kaleici due to its rich water resources.

Isparta

  1. They are working in three provinces: Denizli, Isparta and Eskisehir.

Ankara

  1. The main intercity services include: Ankara (Mavi Tren is the fastest at 14 hours), Denizli (3 express trains daily, 5-6 hours) and Isparta (9 hours).

Town

  1. Also in the district of Honaz about 10 miles west of Denizli is what was, in the 1st century A.D., the town of Colossae. (Web site)
  2. The town is at a distance of about an hour from the city of Denizli, neighboring the town of Çivril, and it is situated on the road to Ankara.
  3. It can be seen from the hills on the opposite side of the valley in the town of Denizli, 20 km away. (Web site)

Km North

  1. Laodicea is a city 6 km North of Denizli near the village of Eskihisar, established by Seleucid King, Antiochus II in honor of his wife, Laodice.
  2. Laodicea ad Lycum - Ruins of the ancient city 6 km north of Denizli near the village of Eskihisar. (Web site)
  3. Places of interest Laodicea ad Lycum - 6 km north of Denizli near the village of Eskihisar. (Web site)

City

  1. Denizli city was established 6 km north of the present location of the city, within the neighbourhood of Eskihisar Village.
  2. Colossae: It is located at 25 km south of Denizli city and 2 km north of Honaz County. (Web site)
  3. Herakleia Salbace: City is in the borders of Vakf Village which is 10 km north west of Tavas county, Denizli city.

Manisa

  1. Manisa was closely seconded in the ranking by Konya, Bursa, Sivas, Gaziantep, Denizli and Eskişehir.

Last Decades

  1. Denizli has achieved a remarkable economic development in the last decades based notably on textile production and exports. (Web site)

Roosters

  1. Famous with its roosters, Denizli has a rich history and culture.
  2. Pamukkale and Denizli famous with roosters, has rich history and culture.
  3. Denizli famous with roosters, has rich history and culture.

Rooster

  1. Denizli rooster was originated automatically upon great care shown by the people living in Denizli to long crowing rooster for centuries. (Web site)
  2. The rooster he was talking about was Denizli rooster.
  3. The rooster has become a symbol for the city of Denizli, often you will find as many roosters around the city.

Izmir

  1. Besides Izmir, cotton textiles are widespread in Usak, Aydin, Nazilli, and especially in Denizli. (Web site)
  2. These were built as housing co-operatives, membership sold to families in Ankara, Izmir, Denizli and other Turkish cities.
  3. After World War I, when the Greek army arrived in Izmir on May 15, 1919, one of first centres of Turkish resistance formed in Denizli.

Aegean Region

  1. Nazilli is the second largest town in Aydın Province in the Aegean region of western Turkey, 47 km east of the city of Aydın, on the road to Denizli.
  2. Situated in the inner part of the Aegean Region, is Denizli, a tourist attraction city with its numerous beauty.
  3. Honaz (known in antiquity as Colossae) is a town and a district of Denizli Province in the Aegean Region.

Categories

  1. Pamukkale
  2. World > Countries > Turkey > Aegean Region
  3. Rooster
  4. Places > World > Countries > Turkey
  5. Ancient City

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