Port Atatürk

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Port Atatürk
Atatürk Limani
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Country Flag Of Lbp.gif Los Bay Petros
State Tanah Baru
Founded August 14 2011

Government City
Mayor İksan Fakir

Time zone TBST (Tanah Baruan Standard Time)

Port Atatürk (Turkish: Atatürk Limani) is a seaport city and the administrative center of Tanah Baru Selatan county in the Los Bay Petrosian state of Tanah Baru, the Los Bay Petrosian territory in Micras. The city is located the southwestern part of Tanah Baru, in the Sea of Storms shore. Port Atatürk bordered with Empire of Alexandria and separated by sea with Rybakow, Interland.

Originally named Libourne, it was renamed Port Atatürk in 2011 when Los Bay Petros officially stated Tanah Baru as their territory. According to the preliminary results of the 2012 Census, its population was 625,000. Its ethnic composition is 79.9% Turkish, and 20.1% Indonesians.

Ethymology

The name Port Atatürk is derived from the name of the founding father of Turkey, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk after the majority of the inhabitants are Turkish originated; and the Port is added after the city is situated on the northern coast of Sea of Storms.