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Encyclopedia > Province of Anadolu

The Province of Anadolu (Turkish for Anatolia) was one of two the core provinces of the Ottoman Empire. It was controlled directly by the sultan from Constantinople (Istanbul). Consisting of western Anatolia, its capital was Bursa. This province was the Ottoman heartland, during the early reign of Bayezid I established as a formal province.

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Malatya ili (428 words)
, Malatya Anadolu Lisesi ve Malatya hakkında en geniş, en sorunsuz ve en köklü platform.1999'dan beri (Malatya'nın en büyük) Türkiye'nin sayılı sitesinden 'en vefakâr' olanı.
Malatya is a city in south-eastern Turkey, and the capital of Malatya Province.
Malatya ili Doğu Anadolu Bölgesi'nin Yukarı Fırat Havzası'nda yer almaktadır.
Bursa Anadolu Lisesi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (226 words)
It was established in 1970 as Maarif Koleji (Education College) and later was renamed as Bursa Anadolu Lisesi becoming the first Anadolu High School in Bursa province.
Anadolu High Schools form a category of public high schools in Turkey where the education language is English and optional German and French classes are offered as secondary foreign languages.
Since 1974 a single exam for all Anadolu High Schools is performed centrally by Ministry of National Education.
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