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Basic information about Kars
Kars Province (Turkish: Kars ili) is a province of Turkey, located in the northeastern part of the country. It shares part of its border with the Republic of Armenia. The provincial capital is the city of Kars. The provinces of Ardahan and Iğdır were until the 1990s part of Kars Province.
Cities, towns & villages in Kars
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SarıkamışSarıkamış is a town and a district of Kars Province in the Eastern Anatolia region of Turkey and has very long winters. Its population was 17,860 in 2010The town sits in a valley and is surrounded by mountains, many of which are covered with pine forests. It has a subalpine climate, with average of 7–8 ft/2.1m-2.4m of snowfall, and short, dry summers. In recent years Sarıkamış has developed as a winter skiing resort, with one of the world's longest pistes. Show Sarıkamışon the map
OcaklıAni (Armenian: Անի; Greek: Ἄνιον, Ánion; Latin: Abnicum; Georgian: ანისი, Anisi; Turkish: Ani) is a ruined medieval Armenian city situated in the Turkish province of Kars near the closed border with Armenia. Show Ocaklıon the map
AkyakaAkyaka (Ottoman Turkish: شوره کل‎ Şoregil or Şöregel,) is a district of Kars Province in eastern Turkey, and the name of the small town that is the district's administrative capital. It is located on Turkey's border with Armenia. The settlement was called Şuregel (Shuregel) until 1922 and Kızılçakçak (Kyzylchakchak) between 1922-1961. It was also a district between 1922-1926, and a township in Arpaçay district between 1926-1988. Akyaka municipality was established in 1972. The population was 2,273 in 2010. Show Akyakaon the map
KoçköyKoçköy is a small belde (town) in Arpaçay district of Kars Province, Turkey. The town is situated in the high plateau of Eastern Anatolia at 40°52′N 43°31′E / 40.867°N 43.517°E . The distance to Arpaçay is 23 kilometres (14 mi) and the distance to Kars is 60 kilometres (37 mi). The population of the town is 1213 as of 2011. The town was founded during the 19th century by Turks who escaped from The Russian armies during the Russo-Turkish War (1828-1829) and Russo-Turkish War (1853-1856) (Crimean War). The name of the town (\"aries village\") perobably refers to an early totem. Show Koçköyon the map
İnkayaİnkaya is a village in Sarıkamış district of Kars Province, Turkey at 40°11′N 42°22′E / 40.183°N 42.367°E. The distance to Sarıkamış is 45 kilometres (28 mi) and to Kars is 99 kilometres (62 mi) The population of İnkaya is 1245 as of 2011. The former name of İnkaya was Micingert (Not to be confused with the other settlements with the same name around) There are ruins of an Urartu (ca. 8th century BC) castle at the west and Saltuklu (1071-1202) castle at the east of the village. Show İnkayaon the map
HalefoğluHalefoğlu is a belde (town) in the central district (Kars) of Kars Province, Turkey at 40°39′N 43°18′E / 40.650°N 43.300°E. It is 20 kilometres (12 mi) east of Kars. The population of Halefoğlu is 2597 as of 2011. With this population it is the most populous village of the province. There are also some Halefoğlu residents working in big cities. The economy of the town depends on agriculture and cattle breeding. There is also a dairy in the village Show Halefoğluon the map
DağpınarDağpınar is a belde (town) in Digor district of Kars Province, Turkey at 40°28′N 43°19′E / 40.467°N 43.317°E. It is situated on a high plateau between Kars and Digor. The distance to Digor is 20 kilometres (12 mi) and to Kars is 25 kilometres (16 mi). The population of Dağpınar is 3285 as of 2010. Show Dağpınaron the map
ArpaçayArpaçay (Ottoman Turkish: زاروشاد‎ Zaruşad, Azerbaijani: Arpaçay ilçəsi; Georgian: / Tzinubani or სულა / Sula Zarishtiani; Armenian: Զարիշատ / Zarishat; Kurdish: Zarûşad; called Zaruşat until it was officially renamed in 1922) is a town and a district of Kars Province in the Eastern Anatolia region of Turkey. The population is 2,503 as of 2010. The mayor is Erçetin Altay (AKP). Show Arpaçayon the map
DigorDigor (Ottoman Turkish: ديغور‎, Armenian: Տեկոր, Tekor, Kurdish: Dîxor‎), is a district of Kars Province in the Eastern Anatolia region of Turkey, and the name of the small town that is the district's administrative capital. The population of the town is 2,647. The mayor is Ekrem Bingül (BDP).Some suggests that the name of the settlement comes from Digor people whose are branch of Ossetians. Show Digoron the map
SelimSelim (Ottoman Turkish: سليم‎, Kurdish: Selîm‎, Russian: is a town and a district of Kars Province in the Eastern Anatolia region of Turkey. The population is 4,781 as of 2010. The mayor is Coşkun Altun (AKP). Show Selimon the map
KağızmanKağızman (Ottoman Turkish: قاغزمان‎, Armenian: Կաղզվան, Kaghzvan,) is a town and district of Kars Province in the Eastern Anatolia region of Turkey. The population was 23100 in 2012. The mayor is Nevzat Yıldız (MHP). Show Kağızmanon the map
Oluklu Show Olukluon the map
KarsKars (Armenian: Կարս or Ղարս Ghars, Georgian: ყარსი Karsi) is a city in northeast Turkey and the capital of Kars Province. With a population of 73,836 (in 2011), it is the largest city on the Turkish side of the border with Armenia . For a brief period of time, it served as the capital of the medieval Bagratid Kingdom of Armenia. Its significance increased in the 19th century, when Kars was contested between the Ottoman and Russian empires, with the latter gaining control of the city as a result of the 1877-78 war. During World War I, the Ottomans took control of the city in 1918, but were forced to relinquish it to the First Republic of Armenia following the Armistice of Mudros. During the Turkish–Armenian War in late 1920, Turkish revolutionaries captured Kars for the last time. The cont Show Karson the map
States, regions, administrative units in Kars
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Sarıkamış İlçesiSarıkamış is a town and a district of Kars Province in the Eastern Anatolia region of Turkey and has very long winters. Its population was 17,860 in 2010The town sits in a valley and is surrounded by mountains, many of which are covered with pine forests. It has a subalpine climate, with average of 7–8 ft/2.1m-2.4m of snowfall, and short, dry summers. In recent years Sarıkamış has developed as a winter skiing resort, with one of the world's longest pistes.Show on map
Akyaka İlçesiAkyaka (Ottoman Turkish: شوره کل‎ Şoregil or Şöregel,) is a district of Kars Province in eastern Turkey, and the name of the small town that is the district's administrative capital. It is located on Turkey's border with Armenia. The settlement was called Şuregel (Shuregel) until 1922 and Kızılçakçak (Kyzylchakchak) between 1922-1961. It was also a district between 1922-1926, and a township in Arpaçay district between 1926-1988. Akyaka municipality was established in 1972. The population was 2,273 in 2010.Show on map
Arpaçay İlçesiArpaçay (Ottoman Turkish: زاروشاد‎ Zaruşad, Azerbaijani: Arpaçay ilçəsi; Georgian: / Tzinubani or სულა / Sula Zarishtiani; Armenian: Զարիշատ / Zarishat; Kurdish: Zarûşad; called Zaruşat until it was officially renamed in 1922) is a town and a district of Kars Province in the Eastern Anatolia region of Turkey. The population is 2,503 as of 2010. The mayor is Erçetin Altay (AKP).Show on map
Digor İlçesiDigor (Ottoman Turkish: ديغور‎, Armenian: Տեկոր, Tekor, Kurdish: Dîxor‎), is a district of Kars Province in the Eastern Anatolia region of Turkey, and the name of the small town that is the district's administrative capital. The population of the town is 2,647. The mayor is Ekrem Bingül (BDP).Some suggests that the name of the settlement comes from Digor people whose are branch of Ossetians.Show on map
KarsKars Province (Turkish: Kars ili, Armenian: Կարս) is a province of Turkey, located in the northeastern part of the country. It shares part of its closed border with the Republic of Armenia. The provincial capital is the city of Kars. The provinces of Ardahan and Iğdır were until the 1990s part of Kars Province.Show on map
Selim İlçesiSelim (Ottoman Turkish: سليم‎, Kurdish: Selîm‎, Russian: is a town and a district of Kars Province in the Eastern Anatolia region of Turkey. The population is 4,781 as of 2010. The mayor is Coşkun Altun (AKP).Show on map
Susuz İlçesiSusuz (Turkish: Cılavuz, Kurdish: Cilawûz‎, Russian: is a town and a district of Kars Province in the Eastern Anatolia region of Turkey. The population is 2,448 as of 2010.The mayor is Oğuz Yantemur (DSP).Show on map
Kağızman İlçesiKağızman (Ottoman Turkish: قاغزمان‎, Armenian: Կաղզվան, Kaghzvan,) is a town and district of Kars Province in the Eastern Anatolia region of Turkey. The population was 23100 in 2012. The mayor is Nevzat Yıldız (MHP).Show on map
Different buildings in Kars
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Iğdır AirportIğdır Airport (IATA: IGD, ICAO: LTCT) (Turkish: Iğdır Havalimanı) is a public airport in Iğdır, located in Iğdır Province, Turkey. Opened to civil air traffic in July 2012, the airport is 16 km (9.9 mi) away from Iğdır city centre.Show on map