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Basic information about Erzincan
Erzincan Province (Turkish: Erzincan ili) is a province in the eastern region of Anatolia, Turkey, and home to Erzincan, a city which was destroyed and rebuilt after an earthquake of magnitude 7.9 on December 27, 1939. The population was 224,949 in 2010.Turks are majority in the province.
Cities, towns & villages in Erzincan
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KemahKemah (Zazaki: Kemax, Armenian: Անի-Կամախ Ani-Kamakh), known historically as Gamakh, Kamacha or Kamachon (Greek: Κάμαχα, Κάμαχον) is a town and district of Erzincan Province in the Eastern Anatolia Region of Turkey. Kemah is a town with a present population of 2141 (2010 est.). The town is located almost somewhere in the centre of the Erzincan Province in the Eastern Anatolian Region of Republic of Turkey. The necropolis of the Armenian Arsacid dynasty was located in Kemah including the tomb of Tiridates III, who was instrumental in the conversion of the Armenian people to Christianity. Show Kemahon the map
TercanTercan (formerly Mama Hatun, and Derzene in the Byzantine era) is a town and district of Erzincan Province in the Eastern Anatolia region of Turkey. The district covers an area of 1,592 km2 (615 sq mi) and its total population is 20,072 of which 6,646 live in the town of Tercan. The town is especially notable for the 12th century complex of buildings built by the Saltukid female ruler Melike Mama Hatun, which comprises her tomb, a mosque, a hammam and an impressive caravanserai which was heavily restored in recent years. \n* Tomb of Melike Mama Hatun . \n* Entrance portal to the tomb complex. \n* Show Tercanon the map
ErzincanErzincan (pronounced [eɾˈzindʒan]) (Armenian Երզնկա Yerznka) is the capital of Erzincan Province in northeastern Turkey. Nearby cities include Erzurum, Sivas, Tunceli, Bingöl, Elâzığ, Malatya, Gümüşhane, Bayburt, and Giresun. Located at an altitude of 1,185 meters above sea level, the city's climate produces snowy winters and warm summers. The city is notable for handcrafted copper goods and a special cheese called \"tulum peyniri\" in Turkish. It is a significant road and rail junction and was once noted for its silverware. Current industries include sugar refining and textile industries. Show Erzincanon the map
RefahiyeRefahiye (Kurdish: Gercan‎, Armenian: Կերճանիս, Gerjanis) is a town and district of Erzincan Province in the Eastern Anatolia region of Turkey. It covers an area of 1,744 km², and the elevation is 1,589 m. The district has a total population of 10,569 where 3730 live in the town of Refahiye. The mayor is Cevdet Çınar (MHP). Show Refahiyeon the map
KemaliyeKemaliye (formerly Eğin) (Armenian: Ակն, Romanized Old Armenian: Akn, meaning \"spring\") is both a town in and one of the nine districts of Erzincan Province in the Eastern Anatolia region of Turkey. The town is known for its historic architecture, including many Ottoman-era houses. It is also notable for its commanding view of the river Karasu (Euphrates) flowing south through a gorge above the Keban dam. Show Kemaliyeon the map
İliçİliç is a town and district of Erzincan Province in the Eastern Anatolia Region of Turkey. It covers an area of 1,397 km² and the elevation is 1,060 m. The district has a population of 6,349 of which 2,503 live in the town of İliç (2010). The mayor is Muhlis Doğan (MHP). The town is just upstream of the Bağıştaş 1 Dam. Show İliçon the map
MansÇayırlı is a town and district of Erzincan Province in the Eastern Anatolia region of Turkey. It covers an area of 1,480 km² and the elevation is 1,520 m. The district has a total population of 10,261 of which 5,447 live in the town of Çayırlı. The mayor is Atınç Bahadır (AKP). Show Manson the map
OtlukbeliOtlukbeli is a town and district of Erzincan Province in the Eastern Anatolia region of Turkey. The mayor is Vahdet Ercan (AKP). Show Otlukbelion the map
States, regions, administrative units in Erzincan
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Kemah İlçesiKemah (Zazaki: Kemax, Armenian: Անի-Կամախ Ani-Kamakh), known historically as Gamakh, Kamacha or Kamachon (Greek: Κάμαχα, Κάμαχον) is a town and district of Erzincan Province in the Eastern Anatolia Region of Turkey. Kemah is a town with a present population of 2141 (2010 est.). The town is located almost somewhere in the centre of the Erzincan Province in the Eastern Anatolian Region of Republic of Turkey. The necropolis of the Armenian Arsacid dynasty was located in Kemah including the tomb of Tiridates III, who was instrumental in the conversion of the Armenian people to Christianity.Show on map
Tercan İlçesiTercan (formerly Mama Hatun, and Derzene in the Byzantine era) is a town and district of Erzincan Province in the Eastern Anatolia region of Turkey. The district covers an area of 1,592 km2 (615 sq mi) and its total population is 20,072 of which 6,646 live in the town of Tercan. The town is especially notable for the 12th century complex of buildings built by the Saltukid female ruler Melike Mama Hatun, which comprises her tomb, a mosque, a hammam and an impressive caravanserai which was heavily restored in recent years. \n* Tomb of Melike Mama Hatun . \n* Entrance portal to the tomb complex. \n*Show on map
Refahiye İlçesiRefahiye (Kurdish: Gercan‎, Armenian: Կերճանիս, Gerjanis) is a town and district of Erzincan Province in the Eastern Anatolia region of Turkey. It covers an area of 1,744 km², and the elevation is 1,589 m. The district has a total population of 10,569 where 3730 live in the town of Refahiye. The mayor is Cevdet Çınar (MHP).Show on map
Kemaliye İlçesiKemaliye (formerly Eğin) (Armenian: Ակն, Romanized Old Armenian: Akn, meaning \"spring\") is both a town in and one of the nine districts of Erzincan Province in the Eastern Anatolia region of Turkey. The town is known for its historic architecture, including many Ottoman-era houses. It is also notable for its commanding view of the river Karasu (Euphrates) flowing south through a gorge above the Keban dam.Show on map
İliç İlçesiİliç is a town and district of Erzincan Province in the Eastern Anatolia Region of Turkey. It covers an area of 1,397 km² and the elevation is 1,060 m. The district has a population of 6,349 of which 2,503 live in the town of İliç (2010). The mayor is Muhlis Doğan (MHP). The town is just upstream of the Bağıştaş 1 Dam.Show on map
ErzincanErzincan Province (Turkish: Erzincan ili) is a province in the eastern region of Anatolia, Turkey, and home to Erzincan, a city which was destroyed and rebuilt after an earthquake of magnitude 7.9 on December 27, 1939. The population was 224,949 in 2010.Show on map
Çayırlı İlçesiÇayırlı is a town and district of Erzincan Province in the Eastern Anatolia region of Turkey. It covers an area of 1,480 km² and the elevation is 1,520 m. The district has a total population of 10,261 of which 5,447 live in the town of Çayırlı. The mayor is Atınç Bahadır (AKP).Show on map
Üzümlü İlçesiÜzümlü is a town and district of Erzincan Province in the Eastern Anatolia region of Turkey. It has a population of 13,636 of which 7,112 live in the town of Üzümlü. (2010) The mayor is Ahmet Sazlı (AKP).Show on map
Otlukbeli İlçesiOtlukbeli is a town and district of Erzincan Province in the Eastern Anatolia region of Turkey. The mayor is Vahdet Ercan (AKP).Show on map
Different buildings in Erzincan
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Tercan BarajıTercan Dam is an embankment dam on the Tuzla River in Erzincan Province, Turkey. Constructed between 1969 and 1988, the development was backed by the Turkish State Hydraulic Works. The dam has an installed capacity of 15 MW and provides water for the irrigation of 29,725 hectares (73,450 acres).Show on map