The town of Soma, Turkey encountered a serious mining catastrophe on May 14, 2014. Soma is situated along the Izmir-Bandirma railroad, roughly 40 miles 64 km north upper east of Manisa, Turkey. Turkey is situated in both Southeastern Europe and Southwestern Asia. A bit of the nation lies west of the Bosporus Strait, which is geologically in Europe.
The nation is marginally bigger than Texas, with a calm atmosphere. It encounters sweltering, dry summers and mellow, wet winters. The territory of Turkey is involved a high focal level, limit beach front fields, and a few mountain ranges. Ankara is the capital, notwithstanding, the biggest city is Istanbul populace more than 10 million.
Other significant urban areas include: Izmir, Bursa, and Adana. The regular assets of Turkey include: coal, press metal, copper, chromium, antimony, mercury, gold, barite, borate, celestite strontium, emery, feldspar, limestone, magnesite, marble, perlite, pumice, pyrites sulfur, earth, arable land, and hydropower. Turkey can encounter extreme tremors and restricted volcanic movement.