How Many are Turkey’s Neighboring Countries? Turkey’s Neighboring Countries and Capitals
How Many are Turkey’s Neighboring Countries? Turkey’s Neighboring Countries and Capitals. The questions are among the most curious topics as it connects Asia and Europe. On the world map, Turkey has 27 neighboring countries, including land and sea.
How Many are Turkey’s Neighboring Countries?
Neighboring countries of countries are divided into two as land and sea. When we look at the world map, Turkey has a total of 27 neighboring countries, including land, sea, land and sea, Black Sea, Mediterranean and distant.
Turkey has land borders with 8 countries, these countries are: Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Iran, Iraq, Syria, Greece and Bulgaria
Turkey has land and sea neighbors with 4 countries: Georgia, Syria, Greece and Bulgaria .
Turkey borders 3 countries on the Black Sea, these countries are: Russia, Ukraine, Romania
Turkey has close maritime neighbors in the Mediterranean Sea with 7 countries: Lebanon, Palestine, Israel, Egypt, Libya, Tunisia and Italy
Turkey is a distant sea neighbor to 9 countries, namely: Algeria, Morocco, France, Spain, Albania, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Slovenia.
Turkey’s Neighboring Countries and Capitals
Turkey has 27 neighboring countries, both land and sea. Let’s learn the capitals of our neighboring countries.
The capitals of the 8 countries we are land neighbors:
Georgia ⇒ Tbilisi
Armenia ⇒ Yerevan
Azerbaijan ⇒ Baku
Iran ⇒ Tehran
Iraq ⇒ Baghdad
Syria ⇒ Damascus
Greece ⇒ Athens
Bulgaria ⇒ Sofia
The capitals of the 3 countries we neighbor from the Black Sea:
Russia ⇒ Moscow
Ukraine ⇒ Kiev
Romania ⇒ Bucharest
Capitals of 7 countries that we are close sea neighbors from the Mediterranean:
Lebanon ⇒ Beirut
Palestine ⇒ The State of Palestine has two capitals, Gaza and Ramallah.
Israel ⇒ Jerusalem
Egypt ⇒ Cairo
Libya ⇒ Tripoli
Tunis ⇒ Tunisia
Italy ⇒ Rome
Capitals of 9 countries that we are distant sea neighbors:
Algeria ⇒ Algiers
Morocco ⇒ Rabat
France ⇒ Paris
Spain ⇒ Madrid
Albania ⇒ Tirana
Montenegro ⇒ Podgorica
Bosnia and Herzegovina ⇒ Sarajevo
Croatia ⇒ Zagreb
Slovenia ⇒ Ljubljana
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