Malatya is one of the biggest cities in the region of . Malatya is a relatively new city by Turkish standards, although its ancient name, Malidiya, dates back to Hittites, a Bronze Age people of Anatolia.

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  • Location:  , , ,
  • Population:  442,000
  • IATA airport code:  MLX
  • Latitude:  38° 21' 0.6" (38.3502°) north
  • Longitude:  38° 19' (38.3167°) east
  • Elevation:  963 meters (3159 feet)
  • Wikidata:  Malatya
  • Wikimedia Commons:  Malatya

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Arabic:  ملطية Armenian:  Մալաթիա Belarusian:  Горад Малатя Bulgarian:  Малатия Central Kurdish:  مەلەدی Chinese:  馬拉蒂亞 Dimli:  Meletiye Georgian:  მალათია Greek:  Μαλάτεια Hebrew:  מלטיה Japanese:  マラティヤ Kazakh:  Малатья Korean:  말라티아 Kurdish:  Meletî
Latvian:  Malatja Lithuanian:  Malatija Persian:  ملطیه Russian:  Малатья Serbian:  Малатија Udmurt:  Малатья Ukrainian:  Малатья Urdu:  مالاطیہ Western Mari:  Малатья Western Panjabi:  ملطیه Malatia Malatiyah Melitene TRMLX

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