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Kenan Karaman

Kenan Karaman (born 5 March 1994) is a Turkish professional footballer who plays as a striker for Hannover 96 in the Bundesliga.==Career==On 29 April 2014, Karaman signed a pre-contract agreement with Hannover 96 effective 1 July 2014. Since his contract at Hoffenheim had expired, he was able to join Hannover on a free transfer and signed for three years until 2017.==External links==Category:Turkey under-21 international footballersCategory:Turkey youth international footballers read more

Karaman

Karaman is a town in south central Turkey , located in Central Anatolia , north of the Central AnatoliaTaurus Mountains , about south of Central AnatoliaTaurus MountainsKonya . 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 , and the town lies at an average elevation of . The Karaman Museum is one of the major sights.==Etymology==The town owes... read more

Kenan

Kenan (also spelled ''Qenan'', ''Kainan'' or Cainan) ) was a Biblical patriarch first mentioned in the BiblicalHebrew Bible BiblicalHebrew BibleBook of Genesis as living before the Great Flood. He is also mentioned in the BiblicalHebrew BibleBook of GenesisGenealogy of Jesus in Luke 3:36-37.A second, postdiluvian BiblicalHebrew BibleBook of GenesisGenealogy of JesusCainan is mentioned in the BiblicalHebrew BibleBook of GenesisGenealogy of JesusCainanSeptuagint , the Greek translation of... read more

Karaman Province

==Districts==Karaman province is divided into 6 districts (capital district in bold): read more

Yukarıakın, Karaman

Yukarıakın is a village in the central district (Karaman) of Karaman Province, Turkey. At it is situated in the Taurus Mountains. Its distance to Karaman is . The population of the village was 151 as of 2011. According to page of Karaman news, the founders of the village were the members of a tribe named ''Ağaçeri'' and were Akıncı (irregular cavalry in the early years of the Ottoman Empire) . The original name of the village was ''Akın''. But in the second half of the 19th century... 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

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

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

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

Dinek, Karaman

Dinek 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 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... 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

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

Akçaalan, Karaman

Akçalan is a village the central district (Karaman) of Karaman Province, Turkey. At it is situated in the Taurus Mountains. Its distance to Karaman is . The population is of Akçaalan is 322. as of 2011. Major economic activities of the village are agriculture and animal breeding.==References==Category:Populated places in Karaman Province read more

Ada, Karaman

Ada (or Adaköy) is a village in the central district (Karaman) of Karaman Province, Turkey. At it is situated in the mountainous area to the south east of Karaman. It is called ''Ada'' (meaning "island") because it is almost surrounded by creeks. Its distance to Karaman is . The population of the village was 435 as of 2011.==References==Category:Populated places in Karaman Province read more

Dere, Karaman

Dere (formerly Fisandın, also called Dereköy) is a village in the central district (Karaman) of Karaman Province, Turkey. It is situated to the south of Karaman and to the north of Gödet Dam reservoir. It is on the creek between Karaman and the dam and is named after the Turkish word for creek, ''Dere''. Its distance to Karaman is . The population of the village was 1040 as of 2011.==References==Category:Populated places in Karaman Province read more

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