Turkey: AnkaraMainly, it is located on the Anatolian Peninsula; but with some of its area on the Balkan Peninsula in the western side of Asia. It is boarded by Greece and Bulgaria from northwest; Black Sea from north; Armenia, Azerbaijan and Iran from east; Georgia from northeast; Syria and the Mediterranean Sea from south; Aegean Sea from west; and from southeast is Iraq.
Ankara is the capital; on the other hand, Istanbul is the biggest city straddling Europe and Asia; most of Turkey’s citizens are of ethnic Turks. Turkey was inhabited permanently by lots of civilisations so that it is now home to Neolithic districts which are considered of Turkey inheritance: During Alexander’s reign, Hellenization set off until the reign of Byzantine.
In the 11th century, Seljuk Turks started to migrate, so they had the authority on Anatolia by Seljuk Sultanate of Rum until the invasion of Mongol in 1243, when Anatolia was divided into principalities that were small until later those principalities were united under the reign of Ottomans by the end of 13th century, when they defeated the Balkans.
Ottoman Empire was expanded under His elegant rule, Suleiman during which a world power had been achieved. The official language is Turkish; Turkey has a total area of 783,356 kilo square meter with a population, in accordance with 2019 census, estimated at about 83,154,997.