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Adalar İlçesi (Turkey)

LC control no.n 78047556
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Geographic headingAdalar İlçesi (Turkey)
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Geographic subdivision usageTurkey--Adalar İlçesi
Variant(s)Adalar (Turkey : İlçe)
Princes Islands (Turkey)
Kızıl Adalar (Turkey)
Prinzen Inseln (Turkey)
Prinzeninseln (Turkey)
Demonesi Insulae (Turkey)
Kızıl Islands (Turkey)
Prince Islands (Turkey)
Prenses Ad Alari (Turkey)
Πριγκηπονήσια (Turkey)
Prinkēponēsia (Turkey)
Prens Adaları (Turkey)
Associated countryTurkey
Locatedİstanbul İli (Turkey)
Special noteOld catalog heading: Adalar, Turkey (İlçe)
Non-Latin script reference not evaluated.
Found inBakış Müessesesi. İstanbul haritası, 1974 (subj.) map verso (Adalar)
BGN, 5/18/76 (Adalar [brief] İlcesi, district, 40°50ʹN 29°05ʹE; does have admin. responsibilities; variant: Adalar Kazası [earlier name; no publs. in LC data base])
Col. Lipp., 1961 (Adalar, Turkey see Princes Islands; group of 9 small isls. in E end of Sea of Marmara, NW Turkey, comprising Adalar district of Istanbul Province)
BGN, 9/28/76, queried for Princes Islands (Kızıl Adalar, islands, 40°52ʹN 29°05ʹE; variants: Princes Islands, Prinzen Inseln; co-extensive with Adalar district)
Büyük lûgat ... c1969 (Adalar; name given to islands near the Kocaeli coast of the Marmara Sea which comprise an admin. district of Istanbul prov.)
Tuğlacı, P. Tarih boyunca İstanbul Adaları, 1989- : v. 1, p. 1 (Adalar İlçesi, district consisting of 4 large & 5 small islands within the boundaries of the prov. of Istanbul)
Sartorius, J. Die Prinzeninseln, 2009: endpapers (Kızıl Adalar)
Merriam-Webster's geographical dictionary, 1997: Adalar (Adalar. District, comprising group of small islands, E Sea of Marmara, İstanbul prov., Turkey in Asia) Kızıl Islands (Kızıl Islands or Turk. Kızıl Adalar or Eng. Princes Islands; anc. Demonesi Insulae. Nine small islands in E part of the Sea of Marmara, near coast of Asia Minor ab. 15 mi. (24 km.) S of İstanbul and administratively part of İstanbul prov., Turkey)
Transcending the borders of countries, languages, and disciplines in Russian émigré culture, 2018: pages 107-108 (Büyükada Island, the largest of the Prince Islands in the Sea of Marmara not far from Istanbul)
GEOnet names server, January 3, 2019 (Adalar İlçesi; Adalar (short); İlçe (generic); second-order administrative division (ADM2), Turkey, first-order administrative division: İstanbul, 40°51ʹ54ʺN, 029°06ʹ59ʺE (40.865129, 29.116443))
GEOnet names server, January 3, 2019 (Kızıl Adalar; variants: Adalar; Prenses Ad Alari; Princes Islands; Prinzen Inseln; islands, Turkey, 40°51ʹ09ʺN, 029°03ʹ42ʺE (40.852367, 29.061769))
Wikipedia, January 3, 2019: Prince Islands (The Prince Islands (Greek: Πριγκηπονήσια, Turkish: Prens Adaları, alternatively written as Princes' Islands in which the "princes" are plural (meaning "Islands of the Princes"); or Kızıl Adalar ("Red Islands") in Turkish); officially just Adalar ("Islands"), are an archipelago off the coast of Istanbul, Turkey, in the Sea of Marmara. The islands constitute the Adalar district of Istanbul Province; 40°52ʹN 29°06ʹE)
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