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The Başbağlar massacre (Turkish: Başbağlar Katliamı) is the name given to the 5 July 1993 event in which 33 Turkish civilians were killed and the village of Başbağlar near Erzincan burnt down. The...
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Koyungölü
Koyungölü is a village in Ovacık district of Tunceli Province, Turkey. At 39°21′N 39°07′E / 39.350°N 39.117°E / 39.350; 39.117 it is sitıated in the valley of Munzur river. T...
Sarıbalta
Sarıbalta (former Komer) is a village in the Çemişgezek district of Tunceli Province, Turkey. At 39°00′N 38°57′E / 39.000°N 38.950°E / 39.000; 38.950, it is situated at the n...
Payamdüzü
Payamdüzü is a village in Çemişgezek district of Tunceli Province, Turkey. At 38°58′N 38°59′E / 38.967°N 38.983°E / 38.967; 38.983 it is situated at the north of the Keban Dam...
Hozat
Hozat (Ottoman Turkish: خوزات and Kurdish: Xozat ,) is a small city and its surrounding district in Tunceli Province of Turkey. It has a population of 4,714. The mayor is Celaleddin Polat (CH...
Kemah, Erzincan
Kemah (Zazaki:Kemax, Armenian: Անի-Կամախ Ani-Kamakh), known historically as Gamakh, Kamacha or Kamachon (Greek: Κάμαχα, Κάμαχον) is a town and district of Erzincan Province in the Eastern Anat...
Ağın
Ağın is a town and district of Elazığ Province of Turkey. The mayor is Yılmaz Serttaş Nationalist Movement Party (MHP). The population of the town is 1844 as of 2010.
The city of Ağın was initiall...
Munzur Valley National Park
The Munzur Valley National Park (Turkish: Munzur Vadisi Milli Parkı), established on December 21, 1971, is the largest and the most biodiverse national park in Turkey. It is located at the Munzur ...
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Karasu (Euphrates)
The Karasu (Turkish for 'black water') or Western Euphrates is a long river in eastern Turkey, one of the two sources of the Euphrates. It has a length of about 450 km. To the ancient Greeks th...
İliç
İliç is a town and district of Erzincan Province in the Eastern Anatolia Region of Turkey. It covers an area of 1,397 km² and the elevation is 1,060 m. The district has a population of 6,349...
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Karamagara Bridge
The Karamagara Bridge (Turkish: Karamağara Köprüsü, "Bridge of the Black Cave") is a Byzantine or late Roman bridge in the ancient region of Cappadocia in eastern Turkey, and possibly the earliest...
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Kemaliye
Kemaliye (formerly Eğin) (Armenian: Ակն, Romanized Old Armenian: Akn, meaning "spring") is both a town in and one of the nine districts of Erzincan Province in the Eastern Anatolia region of Turke...
Arapgir
Arapgir (Armenian: Արաբկիր) is a town and district of Malatya Province, Turkey. As of 2000 it had a population of 17,070 people. It is situated at the confluence of the eastern and western Euphrat...
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Cathedral of Arapgir
Cathedral of the Holy Mother of God (Armenian: Սուրբ Աստվածածին վանք or Արաբկիրի մայր եկեղեցի; Turkish: Arapkir Ana Kilisesi) was a 13th-century Armenian Apostolic cathedral in Arapgir, Turkey...
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Tunceli Province
Tunceli Province (Kurdish: parêzgeh Dêrsim, Zazaki: Dêsim, Turkish: Tunceli ili), formerly Dersim Province, is located in in the Eastern Anatolia region of Turkey. It has a majority Alevi Zaza Kur...
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Pertek
Pertek (Armenian: Բերդակ), (Kurdish: Pêrtag) is a small city and its surrounding district in Tunceli Province of modern Turkey. Pertag, means "tiny fortress" in Armenian. The area of Pertek wa...
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Tunceli (electoral district)
Tunceli is an electoral district of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey. It elects 2 members of parliament (deputies) to represent the province of the same name for a four-year term by the D'Hondt m...
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Aktuluk
Aktuluk (formerly Türüşmek; Kurdish: Troşmek‎) is a village in the central (Tunceli) district of Tunceli Province, Turkey. It is situated west of Munzur River and Turkish state highway D.885...
Tunceli
Tunceli ([tundʒeli], meaning "Bronze Land" in Turkish, (Kurdish: Mamekî, Zazaki: Mamekiye); is a city in Turkey. It is the capital of Tunceli Province, located in the middle of Eastern Anatol...
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Zompa
Zompa is a village of Arapgir. It has population of about 318 (2000). 38°16′40″E / 39.08250°N 38.27778°E / 39.08250; 38.27778
Uzunçayır Dam
The Uzunçayır Dam is an embankment dam on the Munzur River, located 14 km (9 mi) south of Tunceli in Tunceli Province, Turkey. Constructed between 1994 and 2009, the development was backed b...
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Burmageçit
Burmageçit (formerly Şihso) is a village in the Tunceli central district of Tunceli Province, Turkey. It is situated to the north of the Keban reservoir and 20 kilometres (12 mi) south of Tuncel...
Mazgirt
Mazgirt, Kurdish: Mêzgir an Mazgêrd) is a small city and its surrounding district in Tunceli Province of Turkey. The city has a population of 1,712. The mayor is Tekin Türkel (ÖDP).A member of the...