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An·tal·ya

 (än-täl′yä)
A city of southwest Turkey on the Gulf of Antalya, an inlet of the Mediterranean Sea. The city is situated on a steep cliff and surrounded by an old wall.

Antalya

(Turkish ɑnˈtɑljɑ)
n
(Placename) a port in SW Turkey, on the Gulf of Antalya. Pop: 751 000 (2005 est)

An•tal•ya

(ɑnˈtɑl yɑ)

n.
a seaport in SW Turkey. 497,200.
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It is not possible to compare this with the year earlier as in 2010 JCC combined this with spending in Attaleia (Antalya).
Since Ariosto is here using accurate, real geographical co-ordinates, the reference is presumably to the city on the coast of Pamphylia (southern Turkey) variously spelt Antalya, Attaleia, or Adalia.
There is no strict comparison with 2010, because JCC has regrouped the data so that all spending in Turkey is shown in one place, instead of grouping Attaleia (Antalya) with "Occupied Areas and Attaleia".