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Turks of Western Thrace

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  • Turks of Western Thrace — Turks ( tr. Batı Trakya Türkleri) form an officially unrecognized minority group in Greece, traditionally settled in the northeastern region of Thrace, also known as Greek or Western Thrace to distinguish it from the parts of Thrace which belong… …   Wikipedia

  • Western Thrace — Thrace ( el. Θράκη, Thrákī , IPA2|ˈθɾаkʲi; bg. Беломорска Тракия, Belomorska Trakiya ; tr. Batı Trakya) is a geographic and historical region of Greece, located between the Nestos and Evros rivers in the northeast of the country. Together with… …   Wikipedia

  • Albanian-speakers of Western Thrace — Note: For an overview of different communities of Albanian origin in Greece, see Albanian communities in Greece. Albanian speakers form a linguistic minority in Greek Macedonia and Western Thrace along the border with Turkey. They speak the… …   Wikipedia

  • Turks in the Netherlands — Total population 400,000[1][2] 500,000[3][4][5] 2.35% of the D …   Wikipedia

  • Turks in Bulgaria — Infobox Ethnic group group = Turks in Bulgaria poptime = 746,664 (in Bulgaria)326,000 (in Turkey) popplace = Kardzhali, Razgrad, Targovishte, Silistra, Shumen langs = Turkish language Bulgarian language rels = Islam related = tribes. [Dennis P.… …   Wikipedia

  • Turks of the Dodecanese — An Ottoman Turkish mosque in Rhodes The Turks of the Dodecanese form a 5,000 strong [1] community of ethnic Turks inhabiting the Dodecanese islands of Rhodes and Kos (İstanköy in …   Wikipedia

  • Thrace — ( bg. Тракия, Trakiya or Trakija or Trakia , el. Θράκη, Thráki , tr. Trakya) is a historical and geographic area in southeast Europe. Today the name Thrace designates a region spread over southern Bulgaria (Northern Thrace), northeastern Greece… …   Wikipedia

  • Thrace — /thrays/, n. 1. an ancient region of varying extent in the E part of the Balkan Peninsula: later a Roman province; now in Bulgaria, Turkey, and Greece. 2. a modern region corresponding to the S part of the Roman province: now divided between… …   Universalium

  • Oghuz Turks — This article is about a group of Turkic peoples. For other uses, see Oghuz. The Turkomen also known as Oghuz Turks (a linguistic term designating the Western Turkic or Oghuz languages from the Oghur languages) were a historical Turkic tribal …   Wikipedia

  • Meskhetian Turks — Ahıska Türkleri / Meskhetian Turks / Ahısqa Türkləri Total population c. 400,000[1] 500,000[2][3] 629,000[4] …   Wikipedia

  • Cretan Turks — (Girit Türkleri) …   Wikipedia


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