What is life like in Turkey? Introduction to Turkey 2020 | Dadavar Nasim Mehr Immigration Institute

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Turkey It is one of the most visited destinations in the world, which is ranked sixth and is the 37th largest country in the world. Therefore, many people even apply for tourist accommodation in Turkey. In this country, climatic and environmental diversity and the abundance of animal species are even greater than in Europe. Turkish people love breakfast and consider it necessary to start the day, so it does not matter if it is a holiday or a normal day, Turks spend at least 20 minutes eating breakfast. Istanbul is the only city in the world that is on two continents, Asia and Europe. The city was introduced as the most populous city in the world in 1502. According to an agreement signed during the Pahlavi era between the Shahs of Iran, Reza Khan and Ataturk, citizens of both countries can travel without a visa for 100 years.
*در ترکیه می توان با اجاره نامه منزل اقدام به اخد اقامت ترکیه کرد.* In Turkey, you can apply for a residence permit in Turkey by renting a house.
But before taking any action, it is better to know more about Turkey and its living conditions.

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Living conditions in Turkey

Turkey is a country in the Eurasian region (European, Asian), the largest part of which is located in West Asia and the Middle East and the smaller part in southeastern Europe. With an area of 783,360 square kilometers, it is the 36th largest country and with a population of about 81 million people, it is the 16th most populous country in the world. Turkey shares borders with Greece and Bulgaria to the northwest, Georgia to the northeast, Armenia to the east, the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic and Iran to the east, Iraq and Syria to the south, the Aegean Sea to the west, the Black Sea to the north, and It is bordered by the Mediterranean Sea to the south. The country’s capital is Ankara, and its important cities include Istanbul, Izmir, Bursa, Adana, Antalya, Konya and Gazi Antep.

The official language of the country is Istanbul Turkish and Kermanj and Kurdish languages are also spoken in some areas. Religion comprises the majority of the country’s population with 83% Islam, followed by Alawites, Shiites, and Christians. The type of government in Turkey is a centralized republic centered on the separation of religion from politics, and the government was formed from separate forces in 1923 with the efforts of Ataturk. The official currency is the lira (₺).

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Population of Turkey

Turkey is one of the most populous countries in the Middle East, with a population of over 80 million people! According to the country’s statistics center, Turkey will reach a population of more than 100 million by 2040. Thus, the cities of Istanbul, Ankara, Izmir, Million, Bursa and Antalya are in the first ranks of the most populous cities in this country. In general, the population is more concentrated in areas where agriculture and trade are more prosperous. Meanwhile, the least populated city in Turkey is Tunjali, with a population of 82,000, near the Iranian border. Turks make up 80 percent of the country’s population and the remaining 20 percent are ethnic and diverse ethnic groups that are gradually living in the east and southeast of the country.

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Cost of living in Turkey

Naturally, the cost of living anywhere in the world depends on the person, place and area of residence, type of food and clothing, and so on. But the average monthly cost of living in this country in smaller cities for a family of three is about 2,000 lira and in large cities between 2,500 and 3,000 lira.
It is interesting to know that the salary of a simple single worker, without overtime this year, is around 2020 lira, which if we add the right of children and overtime to it, we will realize that a simple worker can live easily.
Rent in small towns starts from 600 lira and in big cities from 800 lira.
Tuition at public universities in Turkey is free. The annual tuition fees in private universities are between 10,000 and 30,000 liras and the tuition fees in semi-private universities are between 5,000 and 10,000 liras per year. However, the amount of fees can also depend on the type of field, degree and type of university.
Turkish higher education standards are universally accepted, and study residency is one of the legal ways to settle in the country.

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Climate of Turkey

Turkey is a country with several different climates, coastal areas close to the Mediterranean Sea, temperate Mediterranean climate and pleasant.
The border with the Aegean Sea has an oceanic climate with cool, humid winters and relatively warm summers. The beaches of the Black Sea and the central regions have a cold and humid climate with snowfall in winter, which has led to the creation of beautiful natural ski slopes in these areas and has increased the attraction of winter tourists. It goes without saying that the highest rainfall is in the Black Sea region. The driest regions of Turkey are Malatya and Konya plains. The warmest months of the year in Turkey are May and the driest months are July and August. In general, Turkey is a relatively rainy country, which makes the living conditions in Turkey more pleasant for those who are interested in temperate climates. Overall, the weather in western Turkey is very pleasant.

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Turkish economy

Currently, the most important economic resource of Turkey is tourism, which brings a lot of annual profits and turnover. The country has about 40 million tourists a year. But in general, the modern / traditional economy is based on agriculture and is expanding daily, with 35% of the workforce working in this field. Flax, tobacco, olives, etc. One of the most important agricultural and clothing products is the equipment of transportation materials from Turkish export products.
In 2018, Turkey was able to rank first in the world in terms of economic growth rate and was able to rank 16th among the world’s economic giants, so it can be said that Turkey, given its location and proximity to Iran, is the best option for Immigration and residence are considered for Iranians.

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The language of the Turkish people

The official language of this country is Turkish, and it is one of the oldest languages in the world. This language is not unlike Azeri Turkish and has a subtle difference. It goes without saying that in addition to Turkish, a number of people in this country speak Kurdish, which is mostly spoken in the east and southeast. The most common Turkish language in Turkey is Istanbul Turkish. It can also be added that with the boom of the tourism industry in Turkey, the English language has grown more widely.
Interestingly, the people of this land only need to notice the immigrants’ interest in learning the language, because then they will be so warm with the stranger that the subconscious immigrant will learn Turkish.
This adjective interest in conversation can not be found anywhere in Europe.
This same cultural privilege of the Turks can make tourism or stay in Turkey pleasant and memorable for guests.

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Culture of the Turkish people

Before entering into the culture of this democratic country, it is necessary to know that the people of this country are very warm-hearted, kind and hospitable and have many cultural commonalities with the people of Iran. Turkey has a very diverse culture and the reason for this is nothing but the many migrations and invasions that have taken place in recent decades. In fact, Turkey is a combination of Asian and European culture, and in this country we can see the beautiful coexistence of tradition and modernity.
Although their religion is Islam, civil and artistic freedoms and civil rights are well respected in this country, and citizens of any creed can live easily.

There is a great variety in Turkish music and art, so that the music of this country is a combination of traditional Turkish, Iranian, pop, American and موسیقی music.

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