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Sarıveliler

Sarıveliler 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.

Sarkısla

Sarkısla is a town in the Central Anatolian Sivas Province of Turkey. The mayor is Ahmet Turgay Oğuz. 2011 population of Sarkısla is 39.413. Asık Veysel, one of the most famous Turkish folk poets and folk music singers of the 20th century were bo ...

Sazak, Mihalıçcık

Sazak is a village in the District of Mihalıççık, Eskisehir Province, Turkey. The village is at 123 km 76 mi distance to the Province center Eskisehir and is 27 km 17 mi far from the district Mihalıççık. It is located on the foothills of Sunduken ...

Seyitgazi

Seyitgazi is a town and district of Eskisehir Province in the Central Anatolia region of Turkey. The central town of Seyitgazi lies at a distance of 43 km towards the south from the province capital of Eskisehir. According to 2010 census, populat ...

Sivas Province

Sivas Province is a province of Turkey. It is largely located at the eastern part of the Central Anatolia region of Turkey; it is the second largest province in Turkey by territory. Its adjacent provinces are Yozgat to the west, Kayseri to the so ...

Sivrihisar

Sivrihisar is a town and district of Eskisehir Province in the Central Anatolia region of Turkey. According to 2010 census, population of the district is 23 488 of which 9.817 live in the town of Sivrihisar. The district covers an area of 2.987 k ...

Sudurağı

Sudurağı is a belde in the central district of Karaman Province, Turkey. Situated in the vast Central Anatolia plains at 37°17′N 33°22′E it is 20 kilometres north east of Karaman. The population of Sudurağı is 2.245 as of 2010. The original settl ...

Tomarza

Tomarza is a town and district of Kayseri Province in the Central Anatolia region of Turkey. The mayor is Fahrettin Isık. Toros Madaghjian 1890-1989 wrote the history of Tomarza in a book called "Memories of Tomarza". It was written in Armenian a ...

Urgup

Urgup is a town and district of Nevsehir Province in the Central Anatolia region of Turkey. It is located in the historical region of Cappadocia, and near the cave Churches of Goreme. According to 2010 census, the population of the district is 34 ...

Yahyalı

Yahyalı is a town and district in Kayseri Province of Turkey. It is the southernmost district of the province and its area is defined by the steep lines of the Taurus Mountains, named Aladağlar in their section through this region, and it is cros ...

Yazılıkaya, Eskisehir

Yazılıkaya, Phrygian Yazılıkaya, or Midas Kenti is a village in Eskisehir Province, Turkey known for its Phrygian archaeological remains and inscription mentioning Midas. The ancient remains are sometimes called the Midas Monument or Midas City a ...

Yerkoy

Yerkoy is a town and district of Yozgat Province in the Central Anatolia region of Turkey. According to 2000 census, population of the district is 48.889 of which 32.228 live in the town of Yerkoy.The Mayor is Ferhat Yilmaz from the Iyi Party.

Yıldızeli

Yıldızeli is a town and a district of Sivas Province of Turkey. The mayor is Yılmaz Navruz. Yıldızeli has a broad and colorful history and culture. Various social communities reside in Yıldızeli, such as Alevis, Turkmens, Circassians, Kurds etc. ...

Yozgat Province

Yozgat Province is a province in central Turkey. Its adjacent provinces are Çorum to the northwest, Kırıkkale to the west, Kırsehir to the southwest, Nevsehir to the south, Kayseri to the southeast, Sivas to the east, Tokat to the northeast, and ...

Zara, Turkey

Zara is a town and a district of Sivas Province of Turkey. The mayor is Fatih Celik. The town is 70 km. away from Sivas downtown.

Acıpayam, Elazığ

Acıpayam, historically known as Dades, is a village in Elazığ Province, situated at the East Anatolia section of Turkey. The village has a population of 372, which consists of Turkish people with no minorities. The village is 18 km away from Elaz ...

Akçakiraz

Akçakiraz is a belde in the central district of Elazığ Province, Turkey. Situated 7 kilometres south of Elazığ and near the junction of two Turkish state highways D.300 and D.885 which connect Elazığ to Bingol and Diyarbakır respectively. The pop ...

Akyaka, Kars

Akyaka is a district of Kars Province in eastern Turkey, and the name of the small town that is the districts administrative capital. It is located on Turkeys border with Armenia. The population was 2.273 in 2010.

Allahuekber Mountains

Allahuekber Mountains, is a mountain range in northeastern Turkey. The Kızılırmak River winds through it. It is part of the Pontic Mountains. In 1914 when World War I began, it was astride the border of the Ottoman Empire with Russian Empire. Tur ...

Altıntepe

Altıntepe or Yerez is an Urartian fortress and temple site dating from the 9th to 7th century BCE. It is located on a small hill overlooking the Euphrates River in the Uzumlu district of Erzincan Province, Turkey. Altıntepe is located at the 12th ...

Aralık

Aralık is a town and district of the Iğdır Province in the Eastern Anatolia region of Turkey. It is the location of the Aras corridor, which connects Turkey with Azerbaijan. Part of the district forms the international border between Turkey and A ...

Little Ararat

Little Ararat, also known as Mount Sis or Lesser Ararat, is the sixth tallest peak in Turkey. It is a large satellite cone located on the eastern flank of the massive Mount Ararat, less than 5 mi west of Turkeys border with Iran. Despite being dw ...

Aziziye

Aziziye is a municipality and governed district in Greater Erzurum, Turkey. Erzurum is one of 30 metropolitan centers in Turkey having more than one municipality within its city borders. Erzurum has three second-level municipalities within the ci ...

Bahçesaray (district)

Bahçesaray is town and district in Van Province in Turkey. It was a bucak in Pervari district of Siirt Province until 1964 and Gevas district of Van Province between 1964 and 1987. It is at a distance of 110 kilometres from Van.

Bingol

Bingol is a city in Eastern Turkey. It is surrounded by mountains and numerous glacier lakes, hence the name. Lately, the town has become a popular tourist destination. According to 2017 estimates, it has a population of over 111.000. Bingol is t ...

Bitlis Province

Bitlis Province is a province of eastern Turkey, located to the west of Lake Van. The majority of the provinces population is Kurdish. The current Governor of the province is Oktay Çağatay.

Bulanık

In the 19th century Bulanık was the name of the kaza. Its capital, todays Bulanık town, was called Gop, also rendered as Kop. At the end of the 19th century Gop was described as a large village with about 400 houses, all but 50 of them inhabited ...

Çatak

Çatak is a district of Van Province of Turkey, near the border with Iran. As mayor Abdurrahman Seylan from the Justice and Development Party was elected in the local elections in March 2019, Ekrem Çeçen is the current Kaymakam. Two people were ki ...

Çemisgezek

Çemisgezek, Ottoman Turkish: چمشکزک ‎, Medieval Greek: Chosomachon) is a small Turkish city and its surrounding district in Tunceli Province of Turkey. The city has a population of 2.819, while whole district has a population of 7.929. The mayor ...

Dilek, Malatya

Dilek is a town in the central district of Malatya Province, Turkey. At 38°27′N 38°15′E, Dilek is situated several kilometers southwest of Karakaya Dam resorvoir. It lies to the east of Turkish state highway D.850 which connects Malatya to Sivas. ...

Elazığ Province

Elazığ Province is a province of Turkey with its seat in the city of Elazığ. The province had a population of 568.753 in 2014. The population of the province was 569.616 in 2000 and 498.225 in 1990. The total area of the province is 8.455 square ...

Eleskirt

Eleskirt is a town and district of Ağrı Province in Turkey. Its name is a transference from Alashkert, the valleys former administrative centre but now a village known as Toprakkale. At the time of the Russo-Turkish War of 1877-1878 approximately ...

Genç, Bingol

The town is located close to the southern banks of the Murat River or Eastern Euphrates. The district has an area of 1.646 km², which is 20.26% of the area of its province. The central city is 20 km away from the nearest city. Its center is 1125 ...

Gevas

Gevas is a district of Van Province of Turkey. The mayor is Sinan Hakan. It is located on the south shore of Lake Van. Historically, Gevas was for some time the main town of the Armenian kingdom of Vaspurakan and later between the 14th and 15th c ...

Gezin

Gezin is a belde in Maden district of Elazığ Province, Turkey at 38°31′N 39°31′E. It is on Turkish state highway D.885 on the east shore of Lake Hazar, 25 kilometres from Maden and 55 kilometres from Elazığ. As of|2013 the population was 1106. Fo ...

Gurpınar (District), Van

Gurpınar is a district of Van Province and 20 km south of the provincial capital Van. With an area of 4.700 km 2, Gurpınar is the largest district of Turkey. It has 72 villages and several places of historical interest. Much of the residents of t ...

Hamurkesen, Van

Hamurkesen formerly Zernak or Zerinak is a village in the Gurpınar district of Van Province, Turkey. The village became part of the Ottoman Empire in the 16th century and was invaded by the Russian Empire during the first World War. Hamurkesen li ...

Hankendi, Elazığ

Hankendi is a belde in the central district of Elazığ Province, Turkey. It is situated on the Turkish state highway D.300 which connects Elazığ to Malatya at 38°14′N 39°04′E. The distance to Elazığ is 18 kilometres. The population of Hankendi was ...

Haskoy, Mus

Haskoy is a town and district of Mus Province in the Eastern Anatolia region of present-day Turkey. The mayor is Mursel Ozen.

Hekimhan

Hekimhan, is a district of Malatya Province of Turkey. The mayor is Aliseidi Millioğulları. It is located in the upper Euphrates in Eastern Anatolia. Hekimhan is also located on the ancient silk road. The district population is 25.629. It is know ...

Hizan

In the villages of the district, several curfews were announced and imposed by the Governor of Bitlis Province.

Horasan

Horasan, is a town and district of Erzurum Province in the Eastern Anatolia region of Turkey. The mayor is Abdulkadir Aydın. In 2008 the population of the town was 17.661 while that of the Horasan district was 43.852. Horasan is located on the ea ...

Kale, Malatya

Kale is a district of Malatya Province of Turkey. The mayor is Cemal Akdemir. The old name "Izollu" is no longer used, although it is still known locally by that name. Tribal people of the area identify themselves as Izol. The districts populatio ...

Karakilise, Semdinli

Rustaqa or Mar Isho was a historical Assyrian village in the Shamezdin region of Hakkari, and the traditional residence of the Matran family of Shamizdin. There are two theories about the origin of the Mar Ishu monastery. The first is that it was ...

Karakoyunlu

Karakoyunlu is a town and district of Iğdır Province in the Eastern Anatolia region of Turkey. Part of the district forms the international border between Turkey and Armenia.

Karanlık Canyon

Karanlık Canyon, literally "Dark Canyon", is a deep steep-sided gorge located between the Iliç and Kemaliye districts of Erzincan Province, Turkey, formed by Karasu River on the Munzur Mountains. The Munzur Mountains, which run in about east-west ...

Keban

Keban, is a town and district of Elazığ Province of Turkey. In the local elections 2019 the independent Fethiye Atlı was elected as Mayor. The population was 4.857 in 2012. Keban is at the west of Elazığ Province and 46 km. far away from province ...

Kiğı

Kiğı is a town and district of Bingol Province in the Eastern Anatolia region of Turkey. The mayor is Hikmet Ozuağ. The district has a population of 3.188 out of which 1.604 live in the town of Kiğı. Historically this area was ruled by different ...

Konak, Hakkari

Konak is a village in Hakkari. It was the seat of a line of patriarchs whose continuation is at the head of what since 1976 has adopted the name of Assyrian Church of the East. One of the only buildings still standing is the Patriarchal church of ...

Laleli, Refahiye

Laleli is a village of the Refahiye district of Erzincan Province in the Eastern Anatolia region of Turkey. It was previously attached to the district of Kemah.