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Isparta Province (Turkish: Isparta ili) is a province in southwestern Turkey. Its adjacent provinces are Afyon to the northwest, Burdur to the southwest, Antalya to the south, and Konya to the east. It has an area of 8,993 km2 and a population of 448,298 up from 434,771 (1990). The provincial capital is Isparta.
Location of Isparta Province in Turkey
|• Electoral district||Isparta|
|• Total||8,993 km2 (3,472 sq mi)|
|• Density||49/km2 (130/sq mi)|
The province is well known for its apples, sour cherries, grapes, roses and rose products, and carpets. The best fertile lands are in the area named Uluborlu. The province is situated in the Göller Bölgesi (Lakes Area) of Turkey's Mediterranean Region and has many freshwater lakes.
Isparta province is divided into 13 districts (capital district in bold):
Sites of interestEdit
Kovada Lake and Kızıldağ National Parks, Isparta Gölcüğü, Çamyol and Kuyucak forest recreation areas, Eğirdir oak and Sütçüler forest conservation areas, Eğirdir, Uluborlu and Yalvaç castles, Antiochia in Pisidia and Apollonia antiquity cities, Ertokuş and Dündar Bey old theological schools (medrese), Isparta Hızır Bey, Kutlu Bey, Firdevs Bey, İplik, Eğirdir Hızır Bey, Barla Çaşnigir, Uluğbey Veli Baba mosques, Firdevs Bey Bazaar, Eğirdir Inn (caravansary), Ertokuş Hanı Inn, Baba Sultan Mousoleum, Isparta and Yalvaç Museums.
Antioch, Pisidia in Yalvaç district
- "Population of provinces by years - 2000-2018". Turkish Statistical Institute. Retrieved 9 March 2019.
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- ‹See Tfd›(in Turkish) Isparta governor's official website
- ‹See Tfd›(in Turkish) Isparta municipality's official website
- ‹See Tfd›(in English) Isparta weather forecast information
- ‹See Tfd›(in Turkish) Isparta city guide
- (Turkish) Isparta info website
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