By Draven Douglas
Turkey has approximately 74.93 million people as of 2013.
Muslim is the majority religion with 99.8% of the population being Muslims. Non-Muslim is the minority with only 0.2% of the population.
Turkey's main religion is Turkish (Who would've known!)
There is two types of education. Primary education covers the education and teaching directed to children between 6–14, is compulsory for all citizens, boys or girls, and is given free of charge in public schools. Primary education institutions are schools that provide eight years of uninterrupted education, at the end of which graduates receive a primary education diploma. Secondary education includes all of the general, vocational and technical education institutions that provide at least three years of education after primary school. The system for being accepted to a high school changes almost every year. Sometimes private schools have different exams, sometimes there are 3 exams for 3 years, sometimes there's only one exam but it is calculated differently, sometimes they only look at your school grades.
Turkey has the 18th largest nominal GDP and the 17th largest GDP by the PPP.
Sports and Entertainment
Foreign visitors and residents have a multitude of leisure and entertainment options available to them while in Turkey, including excellent restaurants, extraordinary sightseeing opportunities, water sports, gorgeous beaches, belly dancing, fascinating museums and, of course, visiting the Grand Bazaar in Istanbul.
Geographically, Turkey forms a natural bridge between the old world continents of Asia, Africa and Europe. The Anatolian peninsula is the westernmost point of Asia, divided from Europe by the Bosphorus and Dardanelles straits. Thrace is the western part of Turkey on the European continent.
Every day life of a Turkish person
According to Turkish tradition, a stranger at one’s doorstep is considered a guest from God. As an expat in Turkey, you will often experience the cordial hospitality which is common for this country. This attitude does not only attract expats, but many tourists as well. The beautiful beaches on the Mediterranean and Aegean coasts are especially popular among visitors and expatriates.
The climate is warm and wet during the summer and the winter is cold and wet. Winters are especially severe.
Turkey has a democratic republic.