Babadag


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Babadag

 

(Turkic baba, “father,” and dag, “mountain”), a mountain peak in the eastern part of the Vodorazdel’nyi Range of the Greater Caucasus, near the sources of the Karachai River in the Azerbaijan SSR. Height, 3,629 m.

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Situated in the Babadag mountain range, surrounded by pine trees, the Sahra Su Holiday Village & SPA offers a wide range of facilities to suit all.
Acer undulatum is an endemic species in the Babadag area of Fethiye on the southwestern of Turkey.
C2 Mugla, Fethiye, Babadag, calcareous rocks, 1600-1650 m, 23.07.2011, Aytac 10429 & M.
'Hemsirelik Esaslari Uygulama Rehberi' Babadag Kand Atabek-Asti T (Eds), Istanbul: Istanbul Tip Kitabevi.
cariensis was collected from Denizli: Babadag, Ba^alan plateo, at 925-950 m altitude, in 30.vii.2014 and Silene pungens was collected from Erzincan, northern Erzincan, near Kolqekmez pass, at 2045 m altitude, in 21.vii.2011.
Among the oldest ones are the writings dating back to 1651 and belonging to the Turkish traveller Evlya Celebi, who points out that "eight varieties of grapes were grown in the numerous vine plantations on the hills around the city of Babadag."
The other joint use facilities are Babadag training area and rail head, Campia Turzi air base, Cincu training range, Targu Mares military base, and Smardan training range.
His granddaughter, Rebecca Warriner, son-in-law, George Warriner, and daughter, Alison Warriner - who is scared of heights - also agreed to take the leap off Mount Babadag with him.
This critical rethinking of the most important identity issues in Polish discourse offered by Skorczewski's case studies is accompanied by an identification of an array of thematic interests that are specific to Polish colonial encounter, including attitudes to the Sarmatian identity, hybrid relationships of ethnicities within the liminal space of the borderlands, the exilic syndrome along with its experience of inferiority (transgressed in Joanna Clark's W cichym lesie Vermontu/In the Quiet Forest of Vermont), and the ressentiments of a postcolonial, Central European subject (reinforced in Andrzej Stasiuk's On the Road to Babadag and Fado).
After the first Sultan Bayezid I's (1389-1402) strategic conquest, Tatars were brought in the Babadag area; Sultan Mehmet (1419-1420) recovered Dobrogea from Wallachia voievode Mircea the Old and colonized it with Tatars and Turkomans from Asia Minor.
Exercise Platinum Eagle 2015 is a multinational exercise at Babadag Training Area, Romania, designed to demonstrate the capabilities of NATO allies in Eastern Europe, Warren said, as cited by the US Department of Defense.
Chwe mis yn ddiweddarach, hedfanais oddi ar gopa Babadag, mynydd 6,000 troedfedd yn Nhwrci.