Kayseri

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Kay·se·ri

 (kī′zə-rē′, -sə-)
A city of central Turkey southeast of Ankara. The modern city was founded in the fourth century ad. It is an important commercial center.
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Kayseri

(ˌkaɪsɛˈriː; Turkish ˈkɑisɛri)
n
(Placename) a city in central Turkey: trading centre since ancient times as the chief city of Cappadocia. Pop: 605 000 (2005 est). Ancient name: Caesarea Mazaca
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Kay•se•ri

(ˌkaɪ sɛˈri, -zə-)

n.
a city in central Turkey. 454,000. Ancient, Caesarea.
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