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Travel Maps of Turkey

Posted on April 25, 2014 – 02:45 pm

Map of TurkeySource: U.S. Department of State

Travel Maps of Turkey

Loaded with information, place-names, and transportation detail, Freytag Berndt, Austrias premier map publishers have created a great map of Turkey at a scale of 1 800, 000. The traditional cartography, multilingual labels and legends, and complete index make this map a useful tool when traveling, or travel planning. Inset maps adorn the backside of this map clearly showing all the areas in and around Turkey. In addition, a street index booklet is attached to the cover for easy reference.This Turkey Map features Tourist Information, City Map, Index
Cartographia is a world-class Hungarian publisher of country and city maps, specializing in Europe, Eastern Europe, and Africa. One way Cartographia has distinguished themselves is by mapping areas of the world that other publishers ignore. All maps are exquisite in their use of color for elevation, and show complete transportation networks. City maps have building and Central Business District detail along with subway or local trains if applicable. Each map is fully indexed, and country maps have insets of all the major cities.

Wall Maps of Turkey

Exclusively developed by Maps.com and GRAPHI-OGRE and not available in any store, this wall map was created using high resolution vector digital imagery with state-of-the-art print on demand technology. This process allows Maps.com to offer over-sized laminated wall maps. Ideally suited for light reference, this political wall map includes cities, airports, rivers, lakes, and major roads (not numbered). Each province may be individually color-coded. A unique component of this map series includes portions of adjacent areas, bringing an almost regional map feel to a country map presentation. Before purchasing this map click on the Detail Example links next to the preview image above to view the detail typically available on this type of map. Printed on 24lb. premium coated bond paper and laminated on both sides using 3mm laminate through a hot lamination process, this map is markable using dry erase pens and can be easily cleaned.

Prints of Historical Maps of Turkey

Map Showing Turkey in Europe and Its Neighbouring European States of the Balkans Giclee Print by T. Conder. Product size approximately 9 x 12 inches. Available at Art.com. Embrace your Space - your source for high quality fine art posters and prints. Map of Sixteenth Century Turkey, from the "Sala Delle Carte Geografiche" Giclee Print by Stefano And Danti Bonsignori. Product size approximately 9 x 12 inches. Available at Art.com. Embrace your Space - your source for high quality fine art posters and prints.
Oxford University Press A Guide to Biblical Sites in Greece and Turkey
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Just "did the math"

by ELSanta

In putting together some information, I worked this out:
Assumptions:
Body is in equilibrium (person eats exactly what is needed to maintain weight)
Person is used to eating a Smoked Turkey Sandwich from Panera Bread every day for lunch:
-- 520 calories
-- $6/day X 20 = $120/month (need to check that -- couldn't find it online)
-- takes 30 minutes to travel roundtrip by car/order/wait for order
If you switched to making your own sandwich at home:
-- 180 calories (using Nature's Own Whole wheat bread)
-- approx

Blood donation restrictions: who decides? how?

by -

One of the research labs near me is asking for volunteers to donate bone marrow, and I got curious and started looking into the procedure. In the process, I stumbled across some information about blood donation that I had known but hadn't really questioned at the time... but now I'm curious!
What has me confused are the restrictions based on travel history. The American Red Cross, for example, says you're not eligible to donate blood if:
"From January 1, 1980, through December 31, 1996, you spent (visited or lived) a cumulative time of 3 months or more, in the United Kingdom (UK), or
From January 1, 1980, to present, you had a blood transfusion in any country(ies) in the (UK)

Some Links to Inform, and Enrage

by justyouraveragecitizen

Resources on 9/11 and the War on Afghanistan
Antiwar.com
Common Dreams
Open Democracy
Middle East Times (Cairo)
The Frontier Post from Peshawar, Pakistan
The Times of Central Asia (extensive coverage from Kyrgyzstan)
Syria Times

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FAQ

Tristar
Independent travel or packaged tour for Turkey?

We're planning to visit Turkey this December. A packaged tour would be more expensive but it could save us a lot of hassle. Travelling independently would give us more freedom and I believe it's more fun too. We don't have a lot of time though - 10 days for this trip. I've always preferred travelling independently but this time we might be able to cover more attractions if we join a tour. Is it easy to get around in Turkey? Which option is better? Please advise! Thanks.

Hi I'm Turkish and I can definitely tell you that a packaged tour might be more useful considering the fact that it is quite difficult to get around, especially in the bigger cities like Istanbul and Izmir I guess it depends on when you're going. However there are always many many tourists that travel by themselves. In general the people in the hotels and even the ones on the streets are quite helpful and with a good book It will be quite easy. However like I said if you're up for it and would rather do independent travel then go for it cos there are so many people that do that plus it…

Tristar
Independent travel or packaged tour for Turkey?

We're planning to visit Turkey this December. A packaged tour would be more expensive but it could save us a lot of hassle. Travelling independently would give us more freedom and I believe it's more fun too. We don't have a lot of time though - 10 days for this trip. I've always preferred travelling independently but this time we might be able to cover more attractions if we join a tour. Is it easy to get around in Turkey? Which option is better? Please advise! Thanks.

Traveling in Turkyie (Turkish spelling) in December is not the best time of year, Istanbul, Ankara etc are the 2 largest cities you and most tourists visit, it snows, it's cold and messy!! They don't plow like here in the states. Globus Bus Lines thru any trl agency has all Mercedes diesels with bathroom , serves tea on board etc. 10 days in country? or 10 days round tip from home? If you are only going to be in country for a 7 day trip, I recommend a tour, that way you get a nice hotel, food, and travel, Yes, you get good bus travel between cities, also railway system is good and…

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