I am trying to learn more about airspaces. It would be nice if I had the airspace map of my region to look and observe.
skyvector.com shows very few information about Turkey, not useful.
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What you need would be named "ICAO 1/500,000 map", this is a VFR map with airspace class, based on a Lambert conformal conic projection. Example in the US (1/250,000):
The best I can find online is SkyVector, but you said it's not sufficient for you needs:
By searching carefully you may find things like that:
(source: University of Texas)
But these are 1/1,000,000th very old maps from US DoD.
An alternative would be to use the online GIS viewer from ICAO, selecting carefully layers and data to display, my trial at that:
It must be improved to suit your needs, but I don't expect it to be better than SkyVector. By clicking on a location, you can display all the information about relevant areas (description, limits, etc).
For enroute, Eurocontrol provide two maps:
Good for intersection points and routes.
On the airport plates side, the AIP for Turkey is not in public access, but several sites provide plates, e.g.:
AirportNavFinder provides link to other sites like SkyVector.
If you can provide additional requirements, me or someone else may provide better material.