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This is a list of earthquakes in Turkey, including any notable historical earthquakes that have epicenters within the current boundaries of Turkey, or which caused significant effects in this area. This list is incomplete. Location of major earthquakes in Turkey with year of occurrence\r\nMaintaining the volcano and earthquake news sections on this website, the free Volcano Webcams tool and interactive map widget is a free-time, both time- and server cost intensive effort. If you find the information useful and would like to support us, and help keep it alive and improve it, please consider making a small donation (PayPal).\r\nThe latest earthquakes in Turkey. Turkey has had: (M1.5 or greater) 0 earthquakes in the past 24 hours 5 earthquakes in the past 7 days\r\nAn earthquake measuring 5.8 magnitude shook Istanbul on Thursday, causing panic among residents, the evacuation of schools and public offices, and at least some damage to buildings. Turkey’s ...\r\nTurkey has been hit by a large 6.5 magnitude earthquake which shook buildings and caused residents to panic.. The epicentre hit Bozkurt, a small town in the the region of Denizli, southwestern ...\r\nEarthquakes in Turkey. North-western Turkey, the county's most densely populated region and industrial heartland, has been struck by two massive earthquakes in 1999. The first, on 17 August 1999 at 03:02 local, measured 7.4 on the Richter scale and lasted 45 seconds. Izmit, an industrial city of one million in western Turkey, was nearest the epicenter.\r\nEarthquake in Turkey and Greece leaves at least two dead in Kos. 6.5-magnitude quake between Bodrum and Greek islands strikes at start of peak holiday season, injuring more than 200 people.\r\nThe earthquake lasted 40 seconds, according to Turkey's Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency AFAD.\r\nBuildings have been reduced to rubble as an earthquake of magnitude 6.9 has struck Sivrice, a town and district of Elazığ Province of Turkey, the European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre said ...\r\nAt least 31 people have been killed and more than 1,600 injured in a powerful earthquake in eastern Turkey. The magnitude-6.8 quake centred on the town of Sivrice in Elazig province caused ...\r\n