Bergama


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bergama

(ˈbɜːɡəmə)
n
a type of Turkish rug
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Ber•ga•ma

(bərˈgɑ mə, ˈbɜr gə mə)

n.
a town in W Turkey in Asia: site of ancient Pergamum. 34,716.
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LM Wind Power, a GE Renewable Energy business and leading designer and manufacturer of wind turbine blades, announced today that it has begun production at a new factory in Bergama, Turkey.
Allianoi is located at Pasa Ilicasi (The Thermal Baths of the Pasha) which is 18 km northeast of Bergama. Excavations for salvage work began with the construction of the Yortanli Dam, and starting from 1998, there was a specific focus on the works in Pasa Ilicasi at the helm of Ahmet Yaras, However, excavation was not allowed after 2006 and the area was completely submerged in water in 2012 because of the water retention by the dam.
(***) Bergama State Hospital, Gynecology and Obstetrics Clinic, Izmir, Turkey
KarE-yyaka, Bornova, Buca, Konak, Bostanly, Turan, Mustafa Kemal Beach Boulevard, Gaziemir, EudemiE-, Bergama and Kordon districts were decorated with brilliant lights and ornaments.
ANKARA - The city of Bergama and its ancient multi-layered cultural landscape, located in west Turkey, has become world-known since it was added to the UNESCO's World Heritage List last year.
The Malaysian rice production is lower than its consumption and thus resulting in rice importation which gave the rice self- sufficiency of about 70% for many years (Bergama 2008).
The 1919 Soma (Manisa) earthquake, in the south of the North Anatolian Fault, occurred in the eastern part of the Bakircay normal fault zone which also ruptured during the 1939 Bergama earthquake.