Anakara Transfers Bodrum Service
Ankara Bodrum is a province of Turkey, the capital transfers and second most populous city. The population is 5,346,518 as of 2016. It is located in 1433 neighborhoods in 25 towns. The population density in the city is 209. It is located geographically close to the center of Turkey and most of it is located in the Central Anatolia Region except the northern part of the Western Black Sea Region. It is the third largest city of the country as a face measure. Surrounded by Bolu, Çankırı, Kırıkkale, Kırşehir, Aksaray, Konya and Eskişehir.
Following the declaration of Ankara as the capital city (October 13, 1923), the city rapidly developed and today it is the second most populous province of Turkey. In the first years of the Republic of Turkey, half of the province's land based on agriculture and livestock economy is still used for agricultural purposes. Economic activity is largely based on trade and industry. The weight of agriculture and livestock is gradually decreasing. Both public and private sector investments in and around Ankara have encouraged mass migration of people from other sources. From the founding of the Republic, the population increased day by day, twice the population of the country. About four quarters of the population are employed in the service sector, such as civil service, transport, communication and trade, four in the industry and two in the agricultural sector. The industry is concentrated mainly in the textile, food and construction sectors. Today, the most investments are made in defense, metal and motor sectors. In Ankara, the province with the largest number of universities in Turkey, the university degree ratio is twice the national average. This educated population constitutes the business force required by technology-intensive investments. From Ankara, motorways, railroads and air can reach other cities of Turkey.
Known history at least 10 thousand years ago, reaching the Age of Old Stone Ankara, before history has hosted many civilizations daily. Hittites, Phrygians, Lydians, Persians, Galatians, Romans, Byzantines, Seljuks, Ottomans and finally the Republic of Turkey kept the provincial lands under control. The capitals of Ankara and the Phrygians, the capital of the Tektosagars and the Republic of Turkey, are located within the provincial borders. Yıldırım Bayezid was defeated by Timurlenk near the Ankara Battlefield and near the turning point of the War of Independence, the Sakarya Battlefield Polatlı.
Apart from the northern parts located in the western Black Sea Region of the province, the majority of the region is located in the Central Anatolia Region and has a land climate. Most of the provincial lands outside the cities are made up of platelets covered with cereals. The natural beauties of various places of the province were taken into protection and rest and recreational use were offered. The rabbit, cattle and cat which bear the name of the province are known around the world, pearl, çığdemi, Ankara tavası from local food and mineral water of Kizilcahamam and Beypazarı are recognized throughout the country.