In Turkey’s Last Armenian Village, a Place to Get Away From it All
By Matthew Brunwasser ⋅ December 28, 2011 ⋅
The province used to be part of Syria once, but was ceded to Turkey in 1939.
It is an ethically diverse province and even includes a village with a 100 percent ethnic Armenian population.
The capital of the province is the city of Antakya.
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