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Içmeler

Içmeler is a popular Turkish holiday resort situated 8 kilometres southwest of Marmaris. It is also a municipality of its own. Içmeler bay is located on the Datcha peninsula. The town is surrounded on three sides by pine forests. Hiking on the mo ...

                                               

Iztuzu Beach

Iztuzu Beach is a 4.5 km long beach near Dalyan, in the Ortaca district of the Province of Muğla in southwestern Turkey. The beach is a narrow spit of land, which forms a natural barrier between the fresh water delta of the Dalyan river and the M ...

                                               

Kadriye

Kadriye is a village and resort in the District of Serik, Antalya Province, Turkey. The frame is the first beach Park Antalya beach Park, luxury Golf hotels and the theme Park Land of legends, Kingdom to have a Golf course in Turkey. The first tu ...

                                               

Kalkan

Kalkan is a town on the Turkish Mediterranean coast, and an important tourist destination. The area includes many historical sites and many fine beaches. Kalkan is an old fishing town, and the only safe harbour between kas and Fethiye, is famous ...

                                               

Kaputas Beach

The beach is situated at a distance of 20 km from Kas and 7 from Kalkan, at a point where an extremely narrow valley towered by steep cliffs and forests joins the sea shore in the cove of the same name as the beach Kaputas. The beach is popular a ...

                                               

Kas

Kas is a small fishing, diving, yachting and tourist town, and a district of Antalya Province of Turkey, 168 km west of the city of Antalya. As a tourist resort, it is relatively unspoiled.

                                               

Kemer

Kemer is a seaside resort and district of Antalya Province on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey, 40 km west of the city of Antalya, on the Turkish Riviera. Kemer in Antalya, 53 km 33 Mi the coast of the Persian Gulf with the skirts of the Western ...

                                               

Kızılada, Fethiye

Kızılada, aka Kızıl Ada, anciently Lagusa or Lagousa, or Lagussa or Lagoussa, is a Turkish island in the Mediterranean Sea situated in the Fethiye Bay, southwestern Turkey. It is 4 mi off the coast of Fethiye district in Muğla Province. On the is ...

                                               

Konyaaltı

Konyaaltı is a district in the Antalya Province, Turkey. The name "Konyaaltı", originates from the expression of "koy altı", which in the Turkish language means "the cove down the cliffs". This area is located under the Old city of Antalya and ex ...

                                               

Koyceğiz

Koyceğiz is a town and district of Muğla Province in the Aegean region of Turkey. Koyceğiz the city lies on the North end of the lake of the same name lake Koyceğiz, which connects with the Mediterranean sea by a natural channel called Dalyan Del ...

                                               

Lara, Antalya

Lara is a district of Antalya city, Turkey. Lara is a balneoclimatic and balneoclimateric location bordering the Mediterranean Sea. It is home to many luxury themed hotels, mainly at the popular Lara Beach area which includes the Lara, Kundu, Aks ...

                                               

Manavgat

Manavgat is a town and district of the Antalya Province in Turkey, 72 km from the city of Antalya. The Manavgat River has a waterfall near the town.

                                               

Milas

Milas is an ancient city and the seat of the district of the same name in Muğla Province in southwestern Turkey. The city commands a region with an active economy and very rich in history and ancient remains, the territory of Milas containing a r ...

                                               

Oludeniz

Oludeniz is a small neighbourhood and beach resort in the Fethiye district of Muğla Province, on the Turquoise Coast of southwestern Turkey, at the conjunction point of the Aegean and Mediterranean seas. It is located 14 km to the south of Fethiy ...

                                               

Olympus (Lycia)

Olympus or Olympos was a city in ancient Lycia. It was situated in a river valley near the coast. Its ruins are located south of the modern town Çıralı in the Kumluca district of Antalya Province, Turkey. Together with the sites of the ancient ci ...

                                               

Ortaca

Ortaca is a town and district of Muğla Province in the Aegean region of Turkey. Formerly a township depending Koyceğiz administratively, it was made into a separate district in 1987. Apart from Ortaca district center, there is one depending towns ...

                                               

Ovacık, Fethiye

Ovacık is a small village in Fethiye district on the Turkish Riviera, Muğla Province, Turkey. It is located next to the residential neighborhood and holiday resort of Hisaronu, which consists mainly of small hotels and private villas. The village ...

                                               

Patara (Lycia)

Patara, later renamed Arsinoe, was a flourishing maritime and commercial city on the south-west coast of Lycia on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey near the modern small town of Gelemis, in Antalya Province. It is the birthplace of St. Nicholas, ...

                                               

Side, Turkey

Side is a city on the southern Mediterranean coast of Turkey. It includes the modern resort town and the ruins of the ancient city of Side, one of the best-known classical sites in the country. It lies near Manavgat and the village of Selimiye, 7 ...

                                               

Turgutreis

Turgutreis is a town in Turkey about a 60-minute drive from Bodrum International Airport. It is the second largest town on the Bodrum peninsula and is part of that district, in Muğla. The town is a popular holiday destination with 5 kilometres of ...

                                               

Turkbuku

Turkbuku is a coastal town in Muğla Province in southwestern Turkey, located on the Turkish Riviera on the opposite side of the Bodrum peninsula from the town of Bodrum. Turkbuku has a well protected harbor ringed with high hills containing a num ...

                                               

Turunç

Turunç is a Turkish holiday resort situated in the Marmaris district of Muğla Province, Turkey. It is located 20 km 12 miles South of Marmaris, on the Mediterranean coast, surrounded by Taurus mountains. The area is a former fishing village and w ...

                                               

Ulupınar, Kemer

Ulupınar is a village situated 30 kilometres from the district centre of Kemer, in Turkeys Antalya Province. It is on the outskirts of the Olympos Valley National Park, known for its eternal fire. Particularly noted areas are the dense woods and ...

                                               

Pobeda Ice Island

Pobeda Ice Island, original Russian name остров Победы, is an ice island in the Mawson Sea. It is located 160 km off the coast of Queen Mary Land, East Antarctica. This island, which exists periodically, is formed by the running aground of a tabu ...

                                               

Great Salt Lake effect

The Great Salt Lake effect is a small but detectable influence on the local climate and weather around the Great Salt Lake in Utah, United States. In particular, snowstorms are a common occurrence over the region and have major socio-economic imp ...

                                               

High Rockies

The High Rockies, or high country, is a term for a region of the U.S. state of Colorado. It commonly includes Larimer County, Jackson County, Routt County, Grand County, Summit County, Eagle County, Lake County, and Pitkin County. Some notable to ...

                                               

Southern Rocky Mountains

The Southern Rocky Mountains are a major subregion of the Rocky Mountains of North America located in the southeastern portion of the U.S. state of Wyoming, the central and western portions of Colorado, the northern portion of New Mexico, and ext ...

                                               

Geology of the Alps

The Alps form part of a Cenozoic orogenic belt of mountain chains, called the Alpide belt, that stretches through southern Europe and Asia from the Atlantic all the way to the Himalayas. This belt of mountain chains was formed during the Alpine o ...

                                               

External massif

An external massif is, in the geology of the Alps, a place where crystalline rocks of the European plate crop out. Such massifs are found north and west of the Penninic zone as tectonic windows in the Helvetic Zone. They differ from the crystalli ...

                                               

Helvetic nappes

The Helvetic nappes are a series of nappes in the Northern part of the Alps and part of the Helvetic zone. They consist of Mesozoic limestones, shales and marls that were originally deposited on the southern continental margin of the European con ...

                                               

Infrahelvetic complex

The Infrahelvetic complex is a tectonic unit in the Swiss Alps. It consists of autochthonous rocks of the former southern continental margin of the European Plate. In Infrahelvetic complex overthrusted by the Helvetic thrust faults, which partly ...

                                               

Dolomia Principale Formation

The formation is found in: The Western Carpathians. (Западные Карпаты) The Northern Limestone Alps and Southern Limestone Alps of the Limestone Alps, a mountain system of the western and Central Eastern Alps. The Apennines in Italy.

                                               

Ruhpolding Formation

The Ruhpolding Formation is a sedimentary formation of the Northern Calcareous Alps deposited during the Upper Jurassic. The open marine radiolarite is very rich in silica.

                                               

Schrattenkalk Formation

The Schrattenkalk Formation is a Barremian to Aptian geologic formation in the Alps. The limestone is highly karstified. Fossil ornithopod tracks have been reported from the formation. Iguanodont tracks have been registered in the Swiss portion o ...

                                               

Zermatt-Saas zone

The Zermatt-Saas zone is a tectonic unit in the western part of the Alps. Its lithology is mainly ophiolite but there are some pelitic zones too. Zone Zermatt-SaaS is tectonostratigraphically the highest part of the Penninic thrust faults and loc ...

                                               

Pampean flat-slab

The Pampean flat-slab is the low angle subduction of oceanic lithosphere beneath northern Chile and Argentina. The Pampean flat-slab is one of three flat slabs in South America, the other being the Peruvian flat-slab and the Bucaramanga flat-slab ...

                                               

Divisions of the Carpathians

Divisions of the Carpathians are categorization of the Carpathian mountains system. Below is a detailed overview of the major subdivisions and ranges of the Carpathian mountains. The Carpathians are a "subsystem" of the big Alpine-Himalayan syste ...

                                               

Aire Gap

Aire Gap is a pass through the Pennines in England formed by geologic faults and carved out by glaciers. The term is used to describe a geological division, a travel route, or a location that is an entry into the Aire river valley.

                                               

Craven Fault System

The Craven Fault System is the name applied by geologists to the group of crustal faults in the Pennines that form the southern edge of the Askrigg Block and which partly bounds the Craven Basin. Sections of the systems component faults which inc ...

                                               

Denholme Clough Fault

The Denholme Clough Fault is a small fault located in Denholme, England. The fault is approximately 500 metres long. The fault has produced no appreciable earthquake history, but it is still subject to stresses that may cause it to slip. The maxi ...

                                               

Dent Fault

The Dent Fault is a major fault zone on the boundary between the counties of Cumbria and North Yorkshire in northern England. It is named after the village of Dent in Dentdale, on the western margin of the Yorkshire Dales. The fault, or rather th ...

                                               

Dent Group

The Dent Group is a group of Upper Ordovician sedimentary and volcanic rocks in north-west England. It is the lowermost part of the Windermere Supergroup, which was deposited in the foreland basin formed during the collision between Laurentia and ...

                                               

Great Scar Limestone Group

The Great Scar Limestone Group is a lithostratigraphical term referring to a succession of generally fossiliferous rock strata which occur in the Pennines in northern England and in the Isle of Man within the Tournaisian and Visean stages of the ...

                                               

Ingleton Coalfield

The Ingleton Coalfield is in North Yorkshire, close to its border with Lancashire in north-west England. Isolated from other coal-producing areas, it is one of the smallest coalfields in Great Britain. Mining is known to have occurred here since ...

                                               

Pennine Coal Measures Group

The Pennine Coal Measures Group is a lithostratigraphical term referring to the coal-bearing succession of rock strata which occur in the United Kingdom within the Westphalian Stage of the Carboniferous Period. In formal use, the term replaces th ...

                                               

Ravenstonedale Group

The Ravenstonedale Group is a Carboniferous lithostratigraphic group in the Pennines of northern England. The name is derived from the locality of Ravenstonedale in southeast Cumbria. The rocks of the Ravenstonedale Group have also previously bee ...

                                               

Rough Rock

The Rough Rock is a widespread unit of coarse sandstone which is a prominent landscape-forming feature in the Peak District and Pennines of northern England. It is assigned by geologists to the Yeadonian sub-stage of the Namurian stage of the Car ...

                                               

Yoredale Series

The Yoredale Series, in geology, is a local phase of the Carboniferous rocks of the north of England, ranging in age from the Asbian Substage to the Yeadonian Substage. The name was introduced by J. Phillips on account of the typical development ...

                                               

Geology of the Rocky Mountains

The geology of the Rocky Mountains is that of a discontinuous series of mountain ranges with distinct geological origins. Collectively these make up the Rocky Mountains, a mountain system that stretches from Northern British Columbia through cent ...

                                               

Arapahoe Formation

The Arapahoe Formation is a geological formation of latest Cretaceous age that is present within the Denver Basin that underlies the Denver, Colorado, area. The formation includes fossil leaves and dinosaur remains, although none of the latter ha ...

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