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Adramyttium

(ăd'rəmĭt`ēəm), place, the modern Edremit, NW Turkey. According to the Acts of the Apostles, St. Paul's ship was built here.
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The Kucukkuyu Formation is widely exposed on Biga Peninsula to the north and south of the Gulf of Edremit and represents a potential petroleum source rock in the region.
The fire broke out in the village of Kavlaklar in Edremit district at around 1: 40 a.
Contract Awarded for Highways 11 Regional Directorate Within the Boundaries of Van Edremit From (Two in April Kavsagi- Edremit Toki Interchange 11 Km), Automatic Irrigation Line Making Work.
With Sultan Resad's support, he laid the foundations of his school, Medresetu'z-Zehra, on a site on the shores of Lake Van at Edremit, but with the outbreak of the First World War shortly afterwards, the construction was halted and never resumed.
Wednesday's quake occurred at 1923 GMT, with the epicenter in the Edremit district, some 15 kilometers (nine miles) from Van province, according to the Istanbul-based Kandilli Observatory.
EDREMIT, Jul 29, 2011 (TUR) -- Turkish Deputy Premier Bulent Arinc has said that European countries should think about the reasons that led to the appearance of a brutal murderer like the assailant responsible for last week's attacks in Norway.
A retired teacher, Hulya Saglam, petitioned military authorities in the northwestern town of Edremit not to send her two sons for obligatory military service in protest, saying "welcoming those who fired bullets at the state with drum beating and music has hurt me," HaberTurk television reported.
Yuzyilda Edremit Kazasi, Ege Universitesi Sosyal Bilimler Enstitusu Tarih Anabilim Dali, Basilmais Doktora Tezi, Izmir.
Grey plutonic rocks are to be found comprising Kozak Dag (the granito misio of Lazzarini 1992), Eybekdag near Edremit, and in the area around Evciler.
Contract Awarded for Van-Tatvan State Road To Edremit Plant Access Road and Bridge Construction Work.