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FYAT 79.90 tl
KAPIDA DEME

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2014 deki #fb & #gs nin #

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Profesyonel oto ekspertiz

Profesyonel oto ekspertiz servisi Otorapor fiyatlarimiz 375-100 TL arasi deimektedir. Raporlarinin arkasinda duran 25 yil arsivleyen Uluslararasi KALITE BELGELI ve DEVLET onayli OTO Ekspertiz Servisi.. 05331307711 02324790469 Ankara Asfalti Kemalpaa Yan Yolu BORNOVA TVTRK VZE Istasyonu ve BATICIMENTO KARISINDA.. #trafikte1an1can #otorapor #otoraporbornova #otoekspertiz #izmirotoekspertiz #bornova #konak #alsancak #kordon #izmir #gztepe #kemeralti #ili #karyaka #kemalpaa #manisa #salihli #turgutlu #ankaracaddesi #egeniversitesi #evka3profesrlersitesi #izmirsanayi #otomobil #oto #otoexpertiz #motor #mekanik #obd #bilgisayarli #rapor

An extract on #manisa

Modern Manisa is a booming center of industry and services, advantaged by its closeness to the international port city and the regional metropolitan center of zmir and by its fertile hinterland rich in quantity and variety of agricultural production. In fact, zmir's proximity also adds a particular dimension to all aspects of life's pace in Manisa in the form of a dense traffic of daily commuters between the two cities, separated as they are by a half-hour drive served by a fine six-lane highway nevertheless requiring attention at all times due to its curves and the rapid ascent (sea-level to more than 500 meters at Sabuncubeli Pass) across Mount Sipylus's mythic scenery. The historic part of Manisa spreads out from a forested valley in the immediate slopes of Sipylus mountainside, along ayba Stream which flows next to Niobe's "Weeping Rock" ("Alayan Kaya"), an ancient bridge called the "Red Bridge" ("Krmz Kpr") as well as to several tombs-shrines in the Turkish style dating back to the Saruhan period (14th century). Under Ottoman rule in the centuries that followed, the city had already extended into the undulated terrain at the start of the plain. In the last couple of decades, Manisa's width more than tripled in size across its vast plain formed by the alluvial deposits of the River Gediz, a development in which the construction of new block apartments, industrial zones and of Celal Bayar University campus played a key role. The city of Manisa is also widely visited, especially during March and September festivals, the former festival being the continuation of a five-hundred-year-old "Mesir Paste Distribution" tradition, and also for the nearby Mount Spil national park. It is also a departure point for other visitor attractions of international acclaim which are located nearby within Manisa's depending region, such as Sardes and Alaehir (ancient Philadelphia) inland. There is a Jewish community.

Historically, the city was also called Magnesia (Greek: ), and more precisely as Magnesia ad Sipylum to distinguish from Magnesia on the Maeander at a relatively short distance to the south. Traditional view held that the name "Magnesia" derived from the tribe of Magnetes who would have immigrated here from Thessaly at the dawn of the region's recorded history. A connection with native Anatolian languages has also been suggested of recent date, particularly on the basis of discoveries made in the Hittite archives treating the Luwian western Anatolia. The name is rendered as in ancient and modern Greek language. The name "Magnesia ad Sipylus" refers to Mount Sipylus (Mount Spil) that towers over the city and Magnesia became a city of importance starting with the Roman dominion, particularly after the 190 BC Battle of Magnesia. The names "Sipylus" or "Sipylum" in reference to a settlement here are also encountered in some sources, again in reference to the mountain and as abbreviated forms. Pliny the Elder, supported by other sources, mentions that formerly in the same place was a very celebrated city which was called "Tantalis" or "the city of Tantalus" whose ruins were still visible around his time. Under Turkish rule, the name attached to the Beys of "Saruhan", who founded the Beylik which preceded the Ottomans in the region, has been officially used, along with the name Manisa, for the city and the region alternatively and this until the present period of the Republic of Turkey. The Ottoman Turkish form of the name "Manisa" () was usually as it is still used presently, but a spelling with a longer first syllable, transcribed to modern Turkish as "Manisa", was also occasionally encountered. During the first centuries of the Ottoman Empire, many of the sons of sultans received their education in Manisa and the city is still commonly known in Turkey as "the city of shahzades" (ehzadeler ehri), a distinctive title it shares only with Amasya and Trabzon. The English language root word "magnesia", from which the words "magnet" and "magnetism" and numerous other derivations were coined, as well as their equivalents in many other languages, may derive from the city's name.

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