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 Merhaba, it's Turkiye!!

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Sadiq Adnan


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PostSubject: Merhaba, it's Turkiye!!   Tue Dec 05, 2017 1:02 am

Name: Sadiq Adnan

Representative of: Turkey

Gender: Male

Age (in both human years and approximate age as a place): 27, over 1,000 years

Brief personality: Turkey is described as being a lively and excessively vigorous old man. Although his exact age has never been revealed, he is one of the nations in the cast who appear to be physically older. Known as the Ottoman Empire in his younger years, Turkey was a very powerful nation with an overwhelming army force. He had the intention to conquer Europe, who was quite scared of him at the time. In the modern days, however, he thinks about befriending them.
He is usually merry and friendly, yet he is determined to compete anytime with anyone (especially Greece) about the smallest things due to his somewhat stubborn nature. He can also be nosy from time to time.
Turkey is also shown to be a huge show off; it is mentioned that he is always seeking for new things and fashion, and always stays in style. He loves to entertain tourists, and is quite a gourmet who enjoys eating various things every day. He favors the taste of sweet foods like ashure and it is revealed that he carries a bottle of a sort of apple juice to drink during breaks. His other favourite drinks include coffee (with a huge amount of sugar) and rakı, a type of Turkish alcohol. He speaks in an Edo dialect.

Brief physical description: Turkey is rather tall and olive-skinned, with a slight stubble on his chin (much like France). He wears a long green (sometimes tan) coat, brown pants, knee-high boots, a tan scarf, and a red fez hat. His face is usually obscured by a white mask. Like Greece, he has a double haircurl, but it rests down by his neck.
When not dressed up, he can often be seen wearing a green parka and brown pants.

Brief history: The House of Seljuk was a branch of the Kınık Oğuz Turks who resided on the periphery of the Muslim world, in the Yabghu Khaganate of the Oğuz confederacy, to the north of the Caspian and Aral Seas, in the 9th century.[54] In the 10th century, the Seljuks started migrating from their ancestral homeland into Persia, which became the administrative core of the Great Seljuk Empire.[55] In the latter half of the 11th century, the Seljuks began penetrating into the eastern regions of Anatolia. In 1071, the Seljuk Turks defeated the Byzantines at the Battle of Manzikert, starting Turkification of the area; the Turkish language and Islam were introduced to Anatolia and gradually spread over the region and the slow transition from a predominantly Christian and Greek-speaking Anatolia to a predominantly Muslim and Turkish-speaking one was underway.[56]By 18 September 1922, the occupying armies were expelled, and the Ankara-based Turkish regime, which declared itself the legitimate government of the country in April 1920, started to formalize the legal transition from the old Ottoman into the new Republican political system. On 1 November, the newly founded parliament formally abolished the Sultanate, thus ending 623 years of monarchical Ottoman rule. The Treaty of Lausanne of 24 July 1923 led to the international recognition of the sovereignty of the newly formed "Republic of Turkey" as the continuing state of the Ottoman Empire, and the republic was officially proclaimed on 29 October 1923 in Ankara, the country's new capital.[76] The Lausanne treaty stipulated a population exchange between Greece and Turkey, whereby 1.1 million Greeks left Turkey for Greece in exchange for 380,000 Muslims transferred from Greece to Turkey.[77]

Religious affiliation (if any): Muslim

Any special powers or abilities (if any): none
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