Fourth International Workshop on  Freight Transportation and Logistics
Çeşme, İzmir, TURKEY ¤ May 26-29 2009, Tuesday-Friday

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Click here to view the map of Çeşme and İzmir (Courtesy of Sheraton Çeşme). According to Google Earth® the precise coordinates of the main entrance of Sheraton Çeşme are as follows: Click to see the Google map of the Karaburun peninsula 28° 18' 22" North altitude,  26° 22' 07" East longitude

Below are several maps of Turkey obtained from various sources. A thumbnail image is hyperlinked to each
map. Please click on the map's thumbnail image which you want to view in its original size.

  • This map from the website of the USA State Department shows Turkey and its neighboring countries as well as the US embassies and consulates general.
  • 2006 political map of Turkey showing all 81 administrative divisions of the country.
  • A detailed political map showing not only the administrative divisions, but also major towns and cities of Turkey. This stock map is a copyrighted property of the World Sites Atlas displayed on the website SitesAtlas.com.
  • Satellite photograph of the Northern Aegean and the Marmara Sea

Further online map sources for Turkey are as follows:

  1. The map collection of the Perry-Castañeda Library, University of Texas at Austin, is quasi a portal of maps of Turkey. 
  2. Bueker.net has a very large scale railroad map of Turkey showing the state of the railroads as of December 2004. Whoever is interested in nostalgic railroad traveling (anybody remember the world-famous mystery novel Murder on the Orient Express of Agatha Christi ?), should definitely have a look at this extra large map.

  3. Last but not least, you can find a quite useful digital map of Turkey prepared by Nezihi Özdüzen, and hosted at Adiyamanli.org. The map is divided into 9 x 4 = 36 clickable square areas. Each square, when clicked, opens as another map on a scale of 1/1,000,000 showing all roads and highways located in that particular square. This one also turns out to be another clickable piece of map which - once clicked - shows all archeological sites and tourist attractions in addition to roads and highways. 

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