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Antalya is a province in southwestern Turkey, surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea to the south and the Taurus Mountains to the north. It covers an area of about 20,177 km2, which is 2.6% of Turkey's total area. The terrain is mostly mountainous, with peaks exceeding 2500-3000 meters. The province is divided into two regions, the coastal and highland regions. The coastal region has plains, while the highland region has wide plateaus and basins. The area is known for its unique karst formations such as caves, sinkholes, and polyeler. The province's topography affects its climate, agriculture, demography, and settlement.