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Kurdistan, region in south western Asia, encompassing sections of south-eastern Turkey, northern Iraq, and western Iran, and smaller parts of Armenia and north-eastern Syria. Its name means “Land of the Kurds” and the area has long been inhabited by a Kurdish majority. Kurdistan is perceived as a nation state by the Kurdish people, though it is not recognized as a self-governing political entity.
Geographically, Kurdistan is a predominantly mountainous region, and the terrain has had a strong impact on the Kurdish economy and culture. The entire area is in an active seismic zone, with frequent earthquake activity. Mountain ranges include the Taurus Mountains in Turkey and the Zagros Mountains and Elburz Mountains in Iran. These mountains are interspersed with plateau and hills, most notably the eastern Anatolian Plateau. Mount Ararat, in eastern Turkey, is the region's highest peak, reaching 5137 m (16,854 ft). Kurdistan contains the watershed of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, both of which originate in Turkey. Major lakes include Lake Van in Turkey and Lake Urmia in Iran. The region's climate ranges from hot, arid summers to bitterly cold winters.
In the early 1990s Kurdistan had an estimated total population of about 26 million, comprising about 13.7 million inhabitants in Turkey, about 6.6 million in Iran, about 4.4 million in Iraq, and about 1.2 million in Syria, and a small number in Armenia and Azerbaijan. Most Kurds live in small villages, although the number of urban residents is increasing. Major cities in the region include Mosul, Kirkuk, Irbil, and As Sulaymaneyah in Iraq; Sanandaj and Saqqez in Iran; and Diyarbaker in Turkey. The Kurds are organized in numerous clans, tribes, and tribal confederations. The majority are Muslims, mostly of the Sunni sect; a small percentage are Shiites. The remainder are mainly Cult of Angel believers, an ancient Kurdish faith. Many Muslims are also followers of Sufism. The primary language of the Kurds is Kurdish, an Indo-Iranian language that includes a number of different dialects.

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