Kayseri (pronounced [ˈkajseɾi]; Ottoman Turkis: قیصریه; Greek: Καισάρεια Kaisareia; Armenie: Մաժաք/Mažak, Laitin: Caesarea Mazaca; Modren Turkis: Kayseri), namit in classical antiquity as Mazaka or Mazaca, Eusebia, Caesarea Cappadociae, an later as Kaisariyah, is a lairge an industrialized ceety in Central Anatolie, Turkey. It is the seat o the Kayseri Province. The ceety o Kayseri, as defined bi the bundaries o Kayseri Metropolitan Municipality, is structurally composed o five metropolitan destricts, the twa core destricts o Kocasinan an Melikgazi, an syne 2004, an aa Hacılar, İncesu an Talas. In conjunction wi the addition o new destricts an first stage municipalities intae the metropolitan aurie, the ceety's population, which wis 690,000 in 2000, wis ower 950,000 as o 2010, makkin it the nint maist muckle ceety in Turkey.
Kayseri is twinned wi: (in alphabetical order)
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- ↑ http://www.nation.com.pk/pakistan-news-newspaper-daily-english-online/Regional/Lahore/15-Jan-2010/Punjab-Turkey-sign-four-MoUs