Forest fires have destroyed over 10 hectares of land across Turkey on July 2.
It has been extinguished as a result of intense efforts by a team of 180 firefighters, four helicopters and 32 water tenders.
The efforts to cool down the area are ongoing.
Also in southern Hatay province, four acres of forest land were destroyed by the fire in Antakya district before the teams, comprising of 16 workers of the forestry department and three water tenders, extinguished it.
The cause of the fire remains unknown.
In Manisa, an Aegean province, five acres of oak forest were also destroyed in Köprübaşı district by a fire, which was taken under control after around two hours of efforts by three water tenders and 15 firefighters.