Land border crossings of Turkey

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Hamzabeyli-Lesovo border crossing

The following is a list of land border crossings of Turkey (i.e. only for motor vehicles, not railways) as of 2013.[1]

# In province Name of the crossing point Open/Closed since To country Counterpart To road Status
1 Ağrı Gürbulak 04.09.1953  Iran Bazargan Road32.png Open
2 Van Kapıköy 16.04.2011  Iran Razi  ? Open[2]
3 Hakkâri Esendere  Iran Serow Road32.png Open
4 Ardahan Posof-Türkgözü 12.07.1995  Georgia Vale /S8-GE.svg Open
5 Ardahan Çıldır-Aktaş 24.07.1995  Georgia Kartsakhi /S8-GE.svg Closed
6 Artvin Sarp 31.08.1988  Georgia Sarpi /S2-GE.svg Open
7 Edirne Pazarkule 20.04.1952  Greece Kastanies  ? Open
8 Edirne İpsala 10.07.1961  Greece Kipoi /Autokinetodromos A2 number.svg Open
9 Edirne Kapıkule 04.09.1953  Bulgaria Kapitan Andreevo Open
10 Edirne Hamzabeyli 22.11.2004  Bulgaria Lesovo 7 Open
11 Gaziantep Karkamış 04.09.1953  Syria Jarabulus 216 Open
12 Hakkari Şemdinli-Derecik 14.02.2011  Iraq  ?  ? Closed
13 Hakkari Çukurca-Üzümlü 07.05.2015  Iraq  ?  ? Open[3]
14 Hatay Yayladağı 04.09.1953  Syria Kesab 1 Open
15 Hatay Cilvegözü 04.09.1953  Syria Bab al-Hawa M45 Open
16 Iğdır Dilucu 20.05.1992 Azerbaijan Nakhchivan  ? / M7 Open
17 Kilis Öncüpınar 04.09.1953  Syria Azaz  ? Open
18 Kilis Çobanbey 08.02.2013  Syria  ?  ? Temporarily open[4]
19 Kırklareli Dereköy 18.07.1969  Bulgaria Malko Tarnovo /9 Open
20 Mardin Nusaybin 04.09.1953  Syria Qamishli M4 Open
21 Mardin Şenyurt 04.09.1953  Syria Al-Darbasiyah No road Closed
22 Şanlıurfa Akçakale 16.10.1974  Syria Tell Abyad  ? Open
23 Şanlıurfa Ceylanpınar 26.03.1999  Syria Ras al-Ayn  ? Closed (Open only on Eids)[5]
24 Şanlıurfa Mürşitpınar 08.09.2010  Syria Ayn al-Arab  ? Closed (Open only on Eids)[5]
25 Şırnak Habur 18.07.1969  Iraq Zakho Road 2-IRQ.png Open
26 Şırnak Gülyazı 24.01.2012  Iraq  ?  ? Closed
27 Kars Akyaka 1993  Armenia Gyumri M7 Closed

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sınır Kapıları Listesi HUDUT KAPILARI NEVİLERİN GÖRE-AÇIKLAMALI SINIR ÜLKELERİ" (PDF) (in Turkish). Turkish Interior Ministry. 2013-03-26. pp. 3–4. Retrieved 6 July 2013. 
  2. ^ Open only to small vehicles, e.g. cars, pickups
  3. ^ http://www.hurriyet.com.tr/gundem/28936564.asp
  4. ^ in order to deliver aid to Turkmens in Syria because of the ongoing Syrian Civil War
  5. ^ a b see: Eid al-Adha & Eid al-Fitr