See also:town in the
See also:Konia vilayet of
See also:Asia Minor, situated in the plain
See also:north of
See also:Taurus . Pop . 8000 . It has few
See also:industries and little
See also:trade, but the
See also:medieval walls, well preserved
See also:castle and mosques are interesting, and the old Seljuk medresse, or
See also:college, is a beautiful
See also:building . Karaman is connected with Konia by railway, having a station on the first section of the
See also:Bagdad railway . Little is known of its
See also:history except that it was destroyed by
See also:Perdiccas about 322 B.C., and after-wards became a seat of Isaurian pirates . It was occupied by
See also:Barbarossa in 119o; in 1466 it was captured by Mahommed II., and in 1486 by Bayezid II .
KARAKORUM (Turkish, " black stone debris ")
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