Posted November 04, 2018 09:38:56 The Lad’s new book, What’s the Difference Between a Mountain Range and a Turkey Mountain Range?
is out now.
It tells the story of the life of a man named Rokzüd.
It’s about his family, his childhood, and the mountains that surround them.
In a book packed with information about mountains, it’s a lot of fun to read.
Here’s what you need to know.
What is a Turkish Mountain Range ?
A mountain range is a region of land that is covered by one or more mountain peaks.
Turkey has many mountain ranges, but the most popular are those in the Eastern Anatolia region.
They are named for their height: the peaks of the Karaköy mountains are at 2,700 metres, and some are 4,000 metres.
The Karakovo region is located in the country’s far north.
The region has two major mountain ranges: the Karacar and Karakoye.
The names of the two ranges are the same: Karakojet and Karagöy.
The most popular mountain ranges in Turkey are located in Istanbul and Konya.
They have been called Turkey’s most beautiful and famous mountain ranges.
There are several different ways to describe the Karayöy range.
It is a valley with a valley in its centre.
The valley itself is called the Karapok, or the valley of the mountains.
The valleys are usually divided into smaller, smaller sections, with one or two peaks.
The name “Karapok” refers to the mountains’ shape, and is the Turkish word for “mountain”.
There are different types of mountains in Turkey.
The largest is the Karaka, which is 6,000 to 10,000 square kilometres (2,400 to 4,200 square miles).
The smallest is the Kalyut, which covers just 3,000 sq kilometres (1,700 to 2,100 square miles), and the smaller Kaya is less than 1,000 kilometres (800 miles) long.
The two largest mountain ranges are İstanbul’s Küçüş, which extends over parts of the southernmost part of the country, and Şırnak, which stretches over parts in the eastern and northern regions.
The biggest mountain in Turkey is the Volkan, which has been named after the river Volkan.
The longest mountain range in Turkey, at 2.5 million kilometres ( 1.4 million miles), is the Sivas mountains.
Sivas is also known as the Great Volcanic Range.
The mountain ranges that surround Turkey’s capital, Ankara, are called the Urans, or Mountains of the Uran.
The first mountain range of Turkey was the Küzıl mountain range.
The Urans are a large group of mountains, covering about 80% of Turkey’s territory.
The southernmost and longest mountain is the Şahin mountains, and they are separated by about 5,000 kilometers (3,000 miles).
In the western mountains, Konyas and Kaya are separated from each other by 1,400 kilometers (1.1 miles) of mountain range and 1,800 kilometers (2.4 miles) from the city of Ankara.
The mountains that border Russia, Armenia and Belarus are known as Kalyushas.
The main cities in Turkey’s largest region, Izmir, are Izmir and Kayseri.
Izmir is a small city with a population of about 300,000.
Kayser is a large city with more than 500,000 inhabitants, with about 1,200 kilometers (870 miles) to its north and 500 kilometers (310 miles) between Izmir’s capital and the border town of Cizre.
Izmars population has increased since the early 2000s, but it has also shrunk.
The Kaysers population has also increased.
The population of Izmir in 2018 was about 1.6 million.
In 2018, Izmers population was about 3.7 million.
The border between Turkey and Armenia, which connects Turkey to the Caspian Sea, is called Bakhchisaray.
The area is divided into the western and eastern halves of the border, and it is the main source of food for the Armenians living in Turkey and the Caucasus.
The western half is known as Nagorno-Karabakh, and Nagorno Karabakh is part of Azerbaijan.
The eastern half of Nagorno is known locally as Nagyash, which means “the east”.
It is about 250 kilometers (155 miles) northwest of the capital, Iznik.
It was the location of the first meeting between Armenians and Azerbaijanis, during the First World War, when Armenians fought to liberate Nagorno from Azerbaijani occupation.
Armenia’s conflict with Azerbaijan is now the second-largest in the region, after the Soviet war with