1943 Tosya–Ladik earthquake
|Date *||26 November 1943|
|* Deprecated||See documentation.|
The 1943 Tosya–Ladik earthquake occurred at 00:20 local time on 26 November, near Tosya, Kastamonu Province, in northern Turkey. The earthquake had an estimated surface wave magnitude of 7.2 and a maximum felt intensity of between IX–X (Violent to Extreme) on the Mercalli intensity scale, causing 2,824 deaths.
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