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Turkey is in the Mediterranean, in the Anatolian region of West Eurasia.
While it may sound like a tourism brochure cliché, Turkey really is a curious mix of the West and the East. You may swear you were in a Balkan country or in Greece when in northwestern and western parts of the country (except that Byzantine-influenced churches are substituted with Islamic-influenced mosques), which are indeed partly inhabited by people from Balkan countries, who immigrated during the turmoil before, during, and after WWI, while southeastern reaches of the country exhibit little if any cultural differences from Turkey's southern and eastern neighbors. Influences from the Caucasus add to the mix in the northeast part of the country. It can be simply put that Turkey is the most oriental of Western nations, or, depending on the point of view, the most occidental of Eastern nations.