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Map of Rumelia in 1801 Rumelia (: روم ايلى‎, Rūm-ėli;: Rumeli), also known as Turkey in Europe, was the name of a in that was administered by the, mainly the. Rumelia included the provinces of, and, today's and, bounded to the north by the rivers and, west by the, and south by the. Owing to administrative changes between 1870 and 1875, the name ceased to correspond to any political division.

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Rumelia (Ottoman Turkish: روم ايلى ‎, Rūm-ėli; Turkish: Rumeli), also known as Turkey in Europe, was the name of a historical region in Southeast Europe that was administered by the Ottoman Empire, mainly the Balkan Peninsula. Nemrut is located 10 km north of the city Tatvan, in the north-western shore of Lake Van. Nemrut was probably formed in the early Quaternary Period, about 1 million years ago. It showed the greatest activity in the Pleistocene, with regular eruptions occurring in the Holocene.

Korj u detej prezentaciya. Was constituted as an autonomous province of the Ottoman Empire by the. Today, in, the word Trakya () has mostly replaced Rumeli (Rumelia) when referring to the part of Turkey which is in Europe (provinces of,,, the northern part of and the western part of ), though Rumelia remains in use in some historical contexts. (Rumelian Fortress, 1452) on the European shore of the in. Rumelia included the provinces of, and, today's and, bounded to the north by the rivers and, west by the, and south by the. The name Rumelia was ultimately applied to a province composed of central Albania and north-western Macedonia, with for its chief town. Owing to administrative changes effected between 1870 and 1875, the name ceased to correspond to any political division.

Was constituted as an autonomous province of the Ottoman Empire by the, but on September 6, 1885, after a bloodless revolution, it was with. The was created in 1877.

Today, in, the word Trakya () has mostly replaced Rumeli (Rumelia) when referring to the part of Turkey which is in Europe (provinces of,,, the northern part of and the western part of ), though Rumelia remains in use in historical contexts and the word is used in the context of the culture of current Turkish populations of the Balkans and descendants of Turkish immigrants from the Balkans. This region in Turkey is also referred to as or Turkish Thrace. In, the term Ρούμελη ( Rumeli) has been used since Ottoman times to refer to, especially when juxtaposed with the or Morea. The word Rumeli is also used in some cases (mostly by Istanbul denizens) to refer exclusively to the part of Istanbul Province that is situated west of the.

Contents • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Overview [ ] Nemrut is a located in the collision zone of the and, which determines the seismic and volcanic activity in the region. The collision of these plates began in the Middle and closed the stretch of water, which in the formed the. Nemrut, along with three other extinct volcanoes of eastern Turkey:, and, is located in the area of a complex fault, which runs along the boundary of the Arabian and Eurasian plates in the territory of the. It is the westernmost of these volcanoes, the only one that remains active, and generally the only volcano in, which erupted in the historical period. Nemrut is located 10 km north of the city, in the north-western shore of.