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Karaman is a town in Central Anatolia, Turkey. It’s named for Karamanoglu Mehmet Bey, who captured it in 1256 and made it the seat of his dynasty. Its museum, castle and main mosque are worth seeing, but its chief interest to travellers is for a stopover on the overland routes to Adana and Cyprus.

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