Muş’un İngilizce Tanıtımı

Mus has the third largest plain in Eastern Anatolia. It has a rarely found natural setting, being in the highest region of Turkey, nearby Murat and Karasu rivers. Hidden between the mountains, this plain has a natural beauty, with lakes and greenery between high mountains. It is 8196 km¾ in area, and has a population of 453,654 (2000). Main economy is based on agriculture and live stock, also carpet and kilim weaving takes an important place in the city.
Neighboring provinces are Bitlis, Agri, Bingöl, Diyarbakir, Batman and Erzurum. It has a typical continental climate and stands on tectonic faults of Anatolia. There are five districts of Mus; Bulanik, Malazgirt, Varto, Hasköy and Korkut.
The province dates back to the 6th century AD, and now it shelters the remains of a couple of citadels and the Aslanhane Caravanserai. There are also impressive mosques from the Seljuk period, like the Alaeddin Pasa, Haci Seref and Ulu Mosques. Mus had been under the reign of Urartu, Median, Persian, Byzantine, Sasani civilizations. The province had entered DEVAMI