The voting for constitutional amendment referendum began at 7 a.m. in 32 cities and at 8 a.m. in other cities.
They reached the ballot box by boat
Electors in Turkey's southeastern Siirt province crossed the Tigris with the help of AFAD (Disaster and Management Presidency) and used their votes.
Election lamb and cat
A woman went to vote with her lamb in İstanbul.
Damla and Hakan İnceoğlu went to İlhami Ertem High School with her cat in Edirne.
He went to ballot box with his horse
The Uzbeks who have settled in Antakya district of Hatay due to the war in Afghanistan 35 years ago voted as well. As many as 7,000 people went to the ballot box with their traditional outfits. Of the Uzbeks, Celal Güntekin went to vote with his horse.
Ballot papers were transferred on military helicopters
Due to security matters, ballot papers in Siirt (first photo), Bitlis and Dersim (second photo) were transferred to some settlements on military helicopters.
Some voted in tents
The people whose houses and schools in the area were damaged in the earthquake in Samsat district of Adıyaman province voted in the tents. An earthquake occurred with 5.8 magnitude in Samsat on March 2, 2017. 31 people were wounded in the earthquake as some buildings were partially, some others entirely damaged.
Ballot box service for sick people
The Ministry of Health assigned teams for the citizens who receive medical service at their home to be able to vote.
Voting ahead of wedding
Alpdoğan Boduç and Rümeysa Balcı voted ahead of their wedding. The couple went to the wedding saloon after they voted.
Yöresel kıyafetle sandık başına
Women went to the voting with their traditional outfits in Ayvacık district of Çanakkale.
Living in Kaşbelen village of Uşak, Hacer Bozak too went to vote with her traditional outfit.
Ballot joy of former gypsy chief
Former gypsy chief, romany Fikri Ocak voted in Edirne.
Interesting pose by the ballot box
Owner of Nusr-Et restaurant voted like that.
* Photos: Doğan Haber Ajansı, Anadolu Ajansı, Twitter.