from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Formerly Al·ex·an·dret·ta (ălˌĭg-zăn-drĕtˈə)Iskenderun A city of southern Turkey on an inlet of the eastern Mediterranean Sea. Founded by Alexander the Great to celebrate his victory over the Persians in 333 B.C., it is Turkey's chief port on the Mediterranean. Population: 159,000.
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