Hakkâri

city, capital of Hakkâri il (province), southeastern Turkey. It lies at an altitude of about 5,500 feet (1,700 metres), surrounded by mountains and ...
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Hakkari

Hakkari also spelled Hakkiari, Hakari, Hakiari, etc., (ܚܟܐܪܝ Ḥakkāri, or ܗܟܐܪܝ Hakkāri), was a historical mountainous region lying between the plains of Nineveh to the south of Lake Van, encompassing parts of the modern provinces of Hakkâri, Şırnak, Van in Turkey and Dohuk in Iraq. During the late Ottoman Empire it was a sanjak wi...
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Hakkâri

Hakkâri (Colemêrg, ܗܟܐܪܝ), is a city and the capital of the Hakkâri Province of Turkey. The name Hakkâri is derived from the Syriac word, Akkare, meaning farmers. The population of the city at the 2010 census was 57,844.{Turkey district areas|SOURCE} ==History== ===Hubushkia=== Hubushkia was an Iron Age kingdom located between the Urartia...
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