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Adiyaman is a province in south-central Turkey. Its capital is Adiyaman. Mount Nemrud is a major site of interest in that province, noted for its sanctuary of statues built by Antiochus Theos, king of Commagene.

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Batman is a Turkish province in the south east of Anatolia. It was named after the Batman River, which flows though the area. The province is important because of its oil reserves and production. The oil refinery was founded in 1955. There is a 494 kilometers long oil pipeline from Batman to the Turkish town of Iskenderun. Cotton is the main agricultural product. A railway line connects Batman with Diyarbakir and Elazig.

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Diyarbakir is a province in eastern Turkey. The province covers an area of 15,162 km². Its adjacent provinces are Elazig to the northwest, Malatya and Adiyaman to the west, Sanliurfa to the southwest, Mardin to the south, Batman to the east, Mus to the east, and Bingol to the northeast. The capital is Diyarbakir.

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Gaziantep is the capital city of Gaziantep Province in Turkey. With a population of 853,512 as of 2000, it is the largest city in the province. The city was known by the Roman Empire as Doliche and by the Byzantine Empire as Aintab. Gaziantep is one of the modern provinces of the region and also one of the oldest of Hittite origin. Being the center of pistachio nut cultivation in Turkey and with its extensive olive groves and vineyards, Gaziantep is one of the important, industrial centres of Turkey. In the center of the city stands the Gaziantep Fortress and the Ravanda citadel as the reminders of past. The Archaeological Museum, with its important collections from Neolithic and the Hittite ages as well as the Roman and Commagene times, attracts many visitors. The surroundings of the city are also full of valuable Hittite remains. The Suzer House, which has been restored to its original beauty, now houses the Ethnographical Museum. The Yesemek Sculpture Workshop, 30 kilometers south of the town of Islahiye, is one of the world's first of this kind. Some of the other historical remains are the Belkis, and Kargamis Ruins by the town of Nizip. Dulluk, which is close to the city center, has camping facilities in a natural setting. Gaziantep is famous for its three regional specialties: the copper-ware products, the delicious lahmacun (a kind of pizza) and the sweet pastry baklava.

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Kilis is a province of Turkey located in the southern central part of the country by the Syrian border. Kilis Province used to be the southern part of the province of Gaziantep and was formed in 1994. It comprises the southern foothills of the Taurus Mountains west of the Euphrates River and the northern edge of the Syrian Plain. Kilis has an area of 1428 km².

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Mardin Province is known for its Arab-style architecture, and for its strategic location on a rocky mountain overlooking the plains of northern Syria. Early settlers in Mardin were Syriac Orthodox Christians, arriving in the third century. It remained a heavily Christian area during occupations by Muslim Arabs between the seventh and twelfth centuries, and even during its use as a capital by the Artukid Turcoman tribe between the twelfth and fourteenth centuries. This tribe fell to the Mongols in 1394, but the Mongols never governed the area closely.

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Sanliurfa (also called simply, "Urfa") is a province in Southeast Anatolia, Turkey. It is also the name of a city within the province. Extending over a territory of 18,584 km² (7,173 sq. miles), with: Adıyaman to the north; Syria to the south; the provinces of Mardin and Diyarbakir to the east; and Gaziantep to the west; the province of Sanliurfa is the largest province of Southeast Anatolia. The Sanliurfa and Harran Plains extend over an area of about 1,500 km² (579 sq. miles).

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Siirt is a province of Turkey, located in the southeast. The province borders Bitlis to the north, Batman to the west, Mardin to the southwest, Sirnak to the south, and Van to the east. It has an area of 5,465 km². The provincial capital is Siirt.

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Sirnak is a Turkish province in southeastern Anatolia. Sirnak has some mountainous regions in the west and the south, but the majority of the province consists of plateaus, resulting from the many rivers that crosscross it. These include the Tigris, Hezil, Caglayan and Kizilsu. The Kizilsu, Hezil and Habur flow into the Tigris. The most important mountains are the Cudi (2089 m), the Gabar, the Namaz and the Altin. In some sources, Cudi is cited as the site where Noah's Ark finally reached dry land.

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