Cultural Geography in Turkey Student Name Institution Professor Course Date Abstract This paper examines how the geographical location of Turkey led to the rise of diversified cultures. Therefore cultural geography is important in understanding the attitudes beliefs and values of the Turks. Turkey’s culture was majorly influenced by the border continents: Europe Asia and Africa. Discussion Turkey is situated in Anatolia hereditary from the Ottomans. After the Hittite Empire stopped ruling Anatolia the Persian Achaemenid Empire took over under Alexander the Great. He led to the division of the empire into Hellenistic Kingdoms. These kingdoms were then yielded to Rome. Byzantium was chosen as the capital city by Emperor Constantine 1 during the experienced in Turkey. The Christians and Hindus feel they are discriminated against the Muslims. However the Turks have learned a lot of skills from the interaction with people as a result of immigration. References “Free info on Turkey Istanbul with a history of Anatolia.” General Travel Information About Turkey. Turizm.net. 2009. 2007. Özgen H. N. (2011). The endless construction of ‘motherland’ in geography curriculum in high school education from the beginning of the Republic of Turkey to present. Toplum ve Bilim 121 48–78 Turan S. (1994). Türk kültür Tarihi [Turkish cultural history]. Ankara: Bilgi yayıneviWilkinson-Ray T. Mahabir L. & Shaw E. (2013). Popular culture geopolitics and identity. Social & Cultural Geography 14 591–593. [...]
The assignment is a research paper on Cultural Geography in Turkey (the country). Discuss the location through the area's geography and the interconnected culture and environment. There are sources attached as files.