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|The Turkish Navy (Turkish: Türk Deniz Kuvvetleri) is a branch of the Turkish Armed Forces. |
The Turkish Navy has historically been one of the largest sea powers of the Mediterranean. Following the demise of the Ottoman Empire in the aftermath of World War I, and the establishment of the modern Republic of Turkey in 1923 with the victory of Turkish revolutionist forces under Musta...
|Canakkale Turkish Martyrs' Memorial is the main Turkish memorial on the Gallipoli peninsula. The Turks know the campaign under the name Canakkale, the town on the Asiatic side of the Dardenelles that was heavily fortified and was the main supply port for reinforcements to the peninsula (and collection point for their wounded) then. The main towns on the peninsula, Krithia and Maidos had been bu...||09/04/2009||657|
|Turkish flag on mountain in Isparta in Turkey which had carved out by Turkish soldiers||08/23/2007||838|
|At the Turkish-Syrian border near a turkish border post, there is a big Turkish flag and huge words "HUDUT NAMUSTUR".|
Is any one able to translate these words ?
|Small size Turkish Navy ships||10/07/2005||399|
|A military jet fighter at a small town in Kentucky||10/06/2009||661|
|5 different image overlays of Turkish weather including infrared, visible, water vapor, sea and cloud temperature.|
|Gallipoli, called Gelibolu in modern Turkish, is a town in northwestern Turkey. The name derives from the Greek Kallipolis, meaning "Beautiful City". It is located on the Gallipoli Peninsula (Gelibolu Yarimadasi), with the Aegean Sea to the west and the Dardanelles straits to the east.|
In Australia, New Zealand and Newfoundland, Gallipoli is the name given to the Allied Campaign on the p...
|plane over small town in mexico||08/25/2007||818|
|This mountain is located on the border line between Iraq and Turkey. The written words are "Ne Mutlu Turkum Diyene" is a quote of Ataturk, founder of Turkish Republic on 1920, meaning "How happy is the man who says I am a Turk". This is most probably done by Turkish Soldiers in charge of security along the borders.||08/12/2005||952|
|The 1959 Turkish Airlines Gatwick crash was an air disaster that occurred on 17 February 1959, near London Gatwick Airport (IATA: LGW, ICAO: EGKK). A Turkish Airlines Vickers Viscount Type 793 with registration TC-SEV on an international charter flight from Esenboğa International Airport (IATA: ESB, ICAO: LTAC) in Ankara, Turkey, to London Heathrow Airport (IATA: LHR, ICAO: EGLL), United K...||07/20/2009||784|
|Large Turkish flag painted on the rocks near the Bartin Naval Base.||02/18/2010||1,406|