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Mehmet Karadağ

Mehmet Karadağ (born 10 July 1956) is a Turkish former wrestler who competed in the 1984 Summer Olympics.==References==Category:Wrestlers at the 1984 Summer Olympics read more

Karadağ, Kaş

Karadağ, Kaş is a village in the District of Kaş, Antalya Province, Turkey. ==References==Category:Populated places in Antalya Province read more

Fikri Karadağ

Fikri Mehmet Karadağ is a retired Turkish army colonel who was indicted for treason in the Ergenekon investigation for allegedly heading ultra-nationalist organizations called the Association for the Union of Patriotic Forces (), and the ''Kuvayı Milliye Derneği'' (National Forces Society).== Ergenekon ==It has been alleged that Karadağ is connected to the assassination of businessman Üzeyir Garih on the basis that the perpetrators knew or were subordinate to Karadağ. Garih was assassinated... read more

Mount Karadağ

Karadağ (literally: ''Black mountain'') is an extinct volcano in Karaman Province, Turkey.== Geography ==The crater of the volcano, which is now a lava plain, is approximately north of Karaman at at AMSL. The peak of the mountain is east of this plain at an elevation of . Since the average elevation of the Karaman plains is about , the height of the peak with respect to surrounding area is more than .The shape of the mountain is roughly conical with a base diameter of .== History ==The slopes... read more

Karadağ Border General Forces

The Karadağ Border General Forces Corps of the Ottoman Empire () was an ''ad hoc'' corps under the command of the Ottoman Western Army during the First Balkan War. It was formed in the vicinity of Yakova (Gjakova) and Pirzerin (Prizren) with remnant units of İpek Detachment and Priştine Detachment and its headquarters was established in Derbe-i Bala (Debar) on November 9, 1912.== Order of Battle, November 9, 1912 ==On November 9, 1912, the corps was structured as follows:==Sources==Category:Military... read more

Kuvayı Milliye Derneği

The Kuvayı Milliye Derneği (National Forces Society) is a racist ultra-nationalist organization based in Mersin, Turkey. It was founded on 11 November 2005 by retired Turkish army colonel Fikri Karadağ. read more

Demiryurt, Karaman

Demiryurt 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 . The population of the village was 247 as of 2011. The main economic activity of the village is agriculture.==References==Category:Populated places in Karaman Province read more

Burunoba, Karaman

Burunoba 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 . The population of the village was 226 as of 2011. The village was founded in 1873 by Turkmens. The main economic activity is agriculture.==References==Category:Populated places in Karaman Province read more

Eğilmez, Karaman

Eğilmez is a village in the central district (Karaman) of Karaman Province, Turkey. At it is situated to the north of Karadağ an excint volcano. Its distance to Karaman is . 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.==References==Category:Populated places in Karaman Province read more

Eminler, Karaman

Eminler is a village in the central district (Karaman) of Karaman Province, Turkey. At it is situated to the west of Karadağ, an excint volcano. Its distance to Karaman is . 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... read more

Emrah Kuş

Emrah Kuş (born 13 October 1988 in Çorum, Turkey) is a Turkish Greco-Roman wrestler. Competing for İzmir Büyükşehir Belediyespor, he is coached by Cengiz Papağan and Kemal Karadağ.At the 17th Mediterranean Games held in Mersin, Turkey in 2013, he became gold medalist.He won the bronze medal in the 74 kg division at the 2013 World Wrestling Championships.==References==Category:Izmir Büyükşehir Belediyespor athletesCategory:European Games competitors for TurkeyCategory:Wrestlers at... read more

Skopska Crna Gora

Skopska Crna Gora (Macedonian and , meaning "Black Mountain of Skopje", or ''Malet e Karadakut''), also historically known as ''Karadağ'' (Turkish for "black mountain"), is a mountain range largely in the Republic of Macedonia, with smaller part in Kosovo. It lies between the cities of Kaçanik (in southern Kosovo) and Skopje (in Macedonia). The highest peak is Ramno () in Macedonia. The largest town on the mountain is Kučevište in Macedonia.Macedonian population of the region speaks the Skopska... read more

Madenşehri

Madenşehri (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 north of the town of Karaman. The population of the village was 289 as of 2010.== History ==Like some other Karadağ locations, Madenşehri has many early-Christian ruins. It occupies the site of the ancient city of Barata in the Roman province of Lycaonia. It became the seat of a bishopric, a suffragan... read more

Çoğlu, Karaman

Çoğlu 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 . 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... read more

Boyalıtepe, Karaman

Boyalıtepe (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 . 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... read more

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