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Manisa

(mänēsä`), city (1990 pop. 158,283), capital of Manisa prov., W Turkey. It is a rail junction and the market center of a rich agricultural region. Mineral deposits are nearby. The city has many fine buildings, among them the notable Muradye mosque, and was the residence of Ottoman sultans Murad II and Murad III. The ruins of ancient MagnesiaMagnesia
, two ancient cities of Lydia, W Asia Minor (now W Turkey). They were colonies of the Magnetes, a tribe of E Thessaly. One city (Magnesia ad Maeandrum), SE of Smyrna (Izmir), was later colonized by Ionians and given by Artaxerxes I to Themistocles, who died there.
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Manisa

 

a city in southwestern Turkey, the administrative center of Manisa Vilayet. Population, 70,000 (1970). Manisa is a railroad and highway junction. Food (flour, vegetable oil, beverages), cotton-ginning, textile, and machinery construction enterprises are located there. Manisa is a trading center for cotton, fruit, and grain.

Manisa

a city in W Turkey: the Byzantine seat of government (1204--1313). Pop.: 237 000 (2005 est.)
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L'epicentre des secousses se trouvait a 37 kilometres a l'est de la ville de Manisa, chef-lieu de la province eponyme.
The detainees were taken to the Manisa State Hospital for medical check in the early hours of the day.
It also gave us an insight into the lives of common workers", Manisa said.
An explosion and fire took place on Tuesday at the coal mine in the province of Manisa, western Turkey, killing about 282 miners and leaving dozens trapped underground.
President Abdullah Gul of the friendly Turkish Republic, sympathizing on the victims of the coal mine explosion in Manisa province in western Turkey, supplicating to Almighty Allah to accommodate the victims in His vastest mercy and forgiveness and to bestow fast healing and wellness on those injured
About 20 people were rescued from the mine in the town of Soma, in the province of Manisa, but one died in hospital, local administrator Mehmet Bahattin Atci said.
Around 20 people were rescued from the horror in the town of Soma, in the province of Manisa, but one died in hospital, local administrator Mehmet Bahattin Atci said.
The Iranian official expressed sympathy to all those who lost their loved ones in an explosion at a coal mine in the Western Turkish province of Manisa. She also called for patience of the families of the victims and forgiveness of the departed souls.
Cengiz Ergun, mayor of Manisa province where Soma is located, said nearly 600 workers were underground at the time of the explosion.