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Basic information about Karaman
Karaman Province (Turkish: Karaman ili) is a province of central Turkey. It has an area of 9,163 km². It has a population of 232,633 (2010 est). According to the 2000 census the population was 243,210. Population density is 27.54 people/km². The traffic code is 70. The capital is the city of Karaman. Karaman was the location of the Karamanid emirate, which came to an end in 1486.
Cities, towns & villages in Karaman
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AkçaşehirAkçaşehir is a belde (town) in the central district (Karaman) of Karaman Province, Turkey.At 37°27′N 33°30′E / 37.450°N 33.500°E it is 45 kilometres (28 mi) northeast of Karaman. The population is of Akçaşehir is 2409. as of 2010 . Akçaşehir is an old settlement. According to mayor’s page the foundation date of the town may be 5000 years ago. (bronze age) During the early middle age it was a part of Byzantine Empire. However, there are only a few remains from the deep history. Various Turkmen tribes as well as a Pechenek tribe settled in Akçaşehir in the late 11th and 12th centuries.It was a part of Seljuks in the 13th century, a part of Karamanids in the 14th and early 15th centuries and later a part of Ottoman Empire. The town is situated in a vast plain. Traditional crops are cereals. Show Akçaşehiron the map
DinekDinek is a village in the central district (Karaman) of Karaman Province, Turkey. It is situated to the east of Karadağ, an excint volcano. Its distance to Karaman is 27 kilometres (17 mi). The population of the village was 193 as of 2011. In the history (beginning by Hitites) there had been several settlements around Dinek. In the village there are three tumuli officially declared as SIT (Archaeological site). But the present village was founded in the 19th century by Yörüks (once nomadic Turkmens). The name of the village is a common name of villages founded by Yörüks. Main economic activity of the village is agriculture. But because of the irrigation water shortage the production is limited. Animal breeding is a secondary activity. Show Dinekon the map
ÇoğluÇoğlu is a village in the central district (Karaman) of Karaman Province, Turkey. It is situated to the east of Karadağ, an extinct volcano. Its distance to Karaman is 35 kilometres (22 mi). The population of the village was 754 as of 2011. The village was founded in 1748 by Turkmens as a caravan stop on the road to Mecca for pilgrimage. It was also a market town, and the name Çoğlu (roughly meaning \"lots of people\") refers to crowd in the market days. The main economic activity is agriculture. Cereals are the main products. Sugar beet is also produced. Since there is no river nearby, the irrigation water is supplied by pumping. Animal breeding, especially ovine breeding, is a secondary activity. Show Çoğluon the map
KisecikKisecik is a small belde (town) in the central district (Karaman) of Karaman Province, Turkey. The town is situated to the west of the Karadağ Mountain at 37°23′N 33°01′E / 37.383°N 33.017°E. The distance to Karaman is 35 km (22 mi). The population of the town is 759 as of 2011 The name of the town means \" poor\" in older Turkish, because the earliest inhabitants were nomads. The town was founded as a result of an operation of the Ottoman Empire government to settle the nomadic tribes in 1887. The government settled the Turkmen tribe named Sarıkeçili in the Kisecik. In 1991 the settlement was declared a seat of township. The main crops of the town are cereals, legume and sugarbeet. Show Kisecikon the map
EminlerEminler is a village in the central district (Karaman) of Karaman Province, Turkey. At 37°20′N 33°06′E / 37.333°N 33.100°E it is situated to the west of Karadağ, an excint volcano. Its distance to Karaman is 22 kilometres (14 mi). The population of the village was 135 as of 2011. A tumulus in the village indicate that the village was an ancient settlement which was abandoned. The present village was founded by Circassians from the Caucasus after the ethnic cleansing of Circassians by the Russian Empire in the second half of the 19th century. The main economic activities of the village are agriculture and animal breeding. Main crops are cereals. Show Eminleron the map
BoyalıtepeBoyalıtepe (formerly Gameni or Kamani) is a village in the central district (Karaman) of Karaman Province, Turkey. It is situated to the east of Karadağ an excint volcano. Its distance to Karaman is 39 kilometres (24 mi). The population of the village was 321 as of 2011. The village was founded in the 18th century by Bekdik tribe of Turkmens who had migrated from Kaman. The former name Gamani may refer to Kaman. Initially it was a neighbourhood of a nearby village. But in 1935 it was issued from the nearby village and was declared a village named Boyalıtepe referring to a hill in the village which is covered by rubia (Turkish: boyalık otu). Show Boyalıtepeon the map
KaramanKaraman is a town in south central Turkey, located in Central Anatolia, north of the Taurus Mountains, about 100 km (62 mi) south of Konya. It is the capital district of the Karaman Province. According to 2000 census, the population of the province is 231,872 of which 132,064 live in the town of Karaman. The district covers an area of 3,686 km2 (1,423 sq mi), and the town lies at an average elevation of 1,039 m (3,409 ft). The Karaman Museum is one of the major sights. Show Karamanon the map
SudurağıSudurağı is a belde (town) in the central district (Karaman) of Karaman Province, Turkey. Situated in the vast Central Anatolia plains at 37°17′N 33°22′E / 37.283°N 33.367°E it is 20 kilometres (12 mi) north east of Karaman. The population of Sudurağı is 2,245 as of 2010. The original settlement was nothing but a base to protect the caravan route during the Ottoman Empire era. After the Turkmens settlements the Sudurağı was declared a seat of township. Show Sudurağıon the map
ArdıçkayaArdıçkaya (formerly Nadire) is a village in Ermenek district of Karaman Province, Turkey. It is situated in a high plateau of Taurus Mountains at 36°33′N 32°45′E / 36.550°N 32.750°E. Distance to Ermenek is 56 kilometres (35 mi) and to Karaman is 200 kilometres (120 mi). The population of the town is around 1700 as of 2010. The name of the town refers to junipers around the village (Ardıçkaya means \"juniper rock\"). The old name of the village is Nadire. Show Ardıçkayaon the map
AğılönüAğılönü is a village the central district (Karaman) of Karaman Province, Turkey. At 37°14′N 33°22′E / 37.233°N 33.367°E it is situated to the east of Karaman and to the South of Turkish state highway D-350 which connects Karaman to east. Its distance to Karaman is 17 kilometres (11 mi) . The population is of Ağılönü is 307. as of 2011. Major economic activities of the village are agriculture and animal breeding.. Show Ağılönüon the map
AğaçyurduAğaçyurdu is a village the central district (Karaman) of Karaman Province, Turkey. At 37°27′N 33°30′E / 37.450°N 33.500°E it is situated to the east of Turkish state highway D-715. Its distance to Karaman is 28 kilometres (17 mi) . The population is of Ağaçyurdu is 128. as of 2011. Major economic activity of the village is agriculture. Main crops are citrus and apple. Dairying is a secondary activity. Show Ağaçyurduon the map
EğilmezEğilmez is a village in the central district (Karaman) of Karaman Province, Turkey. At 37°32′N 33°10′E / 37.533°N 33.167°E it is situated to the north of Karadağ an excint volcano. Its distance to Karaman is 46 kilometres (29 mi). The population of the village was 403 as of 2011. The village was founded by Turkmens. The main economic activity of the village is agriculture. Show Eğilmezon the map
ÇakırbağÇakıbağ (former Dilbeyan) is a belde (town) in the central district (Karaman) of Karaman Province, Turkey. Situated 37°11′N 33°09′E / 37.183°N 33.150°E it is only 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) north west of Karaman on the state highway D-715 which connects Karaman to Konya. The population of Çakırbağ is 1451 as of 2010. Çakırbağ is a Tatar town founded during Ottoman Empire era. Show Çakırbağon the map
KazancıKazancı is a belde (town) in Ermenek district of Karaman Province, Turkey. It is situated in Toros Mountains at 36°30′N 32°52′E / 36.500°N 32.867°E. According to town page the name of the town may refer to Kazancıklı region in Balkan Province of Turkmenistan from where the original residents of the town migrated. The population of the town is 2615 as of 2010. Show Kazancıon the map
DumlugözeDumlugöze is a village in Sarıveliler district of Karaman Province, Turkey. It is a high-altitude mountain village situated at the extreme south west of the province. Owing to its high altitude, the village is known for galanthus production Distance to Sarıveliler is about 25 kilometres (16 mi). The population of the village was 1715 as of 2010. as of 2010. Show Dumlugözeon the map
BurunobaBurunoba is a village in the central district (Karaman) of Karaman Province, Turkey. It is situated to the east of Karadağ, an extinct volcano. Its distance to Karaman is 37 kilometres (23 mi). The population of the village was 226 as of 2011. The village was founded in 1873 by Turkmens. The main economic activity is agriculture. Show Burunobaon the map
DemiryurtDemiryurt is a village in the central district (Karaman) of Karaman Province, Turkey. It is situated to the west of Karadağ an excint volcano. Its distance to Karaman is 25 kilometres (16 mi). The population of the village was 247 as of 2011. The main economic activity of the village is agriculture. Show Demiryurton the map
MadenşehriMadenşehri (literally “city of mines”) is a village in the central district (Karaman) of Karaman Province, Turkey. It is situated on the northern slopes of Karadağ, an extinct volcano, and is 42 kilometres (26 mi) north of the town of Karaman. The population of the village was 289 as of 2010. Show Madenşehrion the map
ErmenekErmenek is a town and district of Karaman Province in the Mediterranean region of Turkey. The district forms the core of the plateau region Taşeli. According to 2014 census, population of the district is 29,957 of which 11,332 live in the town of Ermenek. Show Ermenekon the map
KazımkarabekirKazımkarabekir is a town and district of Karaman Province in the Central Anatolia region of Turkey. According to 2000 census, population of the district is 5,442 of which 3,634 live in the town of Kazımkarabekir. Show Kazımkarabekiron the map
SarıvelilerSarıveliler is a town and district of Karaman Province in the Central Anatolia region of Turkey. According to 2000 census, population of the district is 21,308 of which 6,718 live in the town of Sarıveliler. Show Sarıvelileron the map
BaşyaylaBaşyayla is a town and district of Karaman Province in the Central Anatolia region of Turkey. According to 2000 census, population of the district is 8,155 of which 5,514 live in the town of Başyayla. Show Başyaylaon the map
AyrancıAyrancı is a town and district of Karaman Province in the Central Anatolia region of Turkey. According to 2000 census, population of the district is 13,212 of which 3,153 live in the town of Ayrancı. Show Ayrancıon the map
TaşkaleTaşkale is a town in the central district Karaman Province at Central Anatolia region of Turkey. It has (2000) population of 2224. Show Taşkaleon the map
GörmeliGörmeli is a village on the hillside of Taurus mountains near Ermenek, Karaman province, Turkey. Show Görmelion the map
GöktepeGöktepe (former Fariske) is a belde (town) in Karaman Province, Turkey. Show Göktepeon the map
GüneyyurtGüneyyurt is a belde (town) in Karaman Province, Turkey Show Güneyyurton the map
KılbasanKılbasan is a belde (town) in Karaman Province, Turkey. Show Kılbasanon the map
YeşildereYeşildere is a town in Karaman Province, Turkey Show Yeşildereon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Karaman
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KaramanKaraman Province (Turkish: Karaman ili) is a province of central Turkey. It has an area of 9,163 km². It has a population of 232,633 (2010 est). According to the 2000 census the population was 243,210. Population density is 27.54 people/km². The traffic code is 70. The capital is the city of Karaman. Karaman was the location of the Karamanid emirate, which came to an end in 1486.Show on map
Ermenek İlçesiErmenek is a town and district of Karaman Province in the Mediterranean region of Turkey. The district forms the core of the plateau region Taşeli. According to 2014 census, population of the district is 29,957 of which 11,332 live in the town of Ermenek.Show on map
Kazımkarabekir İlçesiKazımkarabekir is a town and district of Karaman Province in the Central Anatolia region of Turkey. According to 2000 census, population of the district is 5,442 of which 3,634 live in the town of Kazımkarabekir.Show on map
Sarıveliler İlçesiSarıveliler is a town and district of Karaman Province in the Central Anatolia region of Turkey. According to 2000 census, population of the district is 21,308 of which 6,718 live in the town of Sarıveliler.Show on map
Başyayla İlçesiBaşyayla is a town and district of Karaman Province in the Central Anatolia region of Turkey. According to 2000 census, population of the district is 8,155 of which 5,514 live in the town of Başyayla.Show on map
Ayrancı İlçesiAyrancı is a town and district of Karaman Province in the Central Anatolia region of Turkey. According to 2000 census, population of the district is 13,212 of which 3,153 live in the town of Ayrancı.Show on map
Different buildings in Karaman
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Gödet BarajıGödet Dam is a dam in Turkey. The development was backed by the Turkish State Hydraulic Works.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Karaman
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Karadağ.Karadağ (literally: Black mountain) is an extinct volcano in Karaman Province, Turkey.Show on map