Adana is city in southern Turkey ca. 35 km inland from the north-eastern coast of the Mediterranean sea.
Afyon is a province in western Turkey east of Ushak and west of Konya.
Aksaray is a city in the Central Anatolia region of Turkey. Aksaray is a major source of kilims.
The Anatolian Aydinli tribe’s kilims are typically weaved in two parts and sewn together… read more
Balıkesir is a city located in the Marmara region of Anatolia.
Bergama is a city in northwestern part of Turkey with a long tradition for rugs and kilims.
Burdur is a city and a province in southwestern Anatolia.
Cappadocia is a historical region in Central Anatolia.
The Central Anatolian region is a high plateau separated by mountains from the Black Sea to the Taurus mountains and from the Mediterranean regions of the south.
Dazkırı is a town and district of Afyonkarahisar Province in the Aegean region of Anatolia.
Eastern Anatolia is bordered by the Black Sea and Georgia in the north, Central Anatolia in the west, the Mediterranean in the southeast, Iraq in the south, and Iran, Azerbaijan and Armenia in the east.
Erzurum is a city in eastern Anatolia.
Gaziantep is a city and province in the western part of Southeastern Anatolia, some ca. 200 kilometres east of Adana and ca. 100 kilometres north of Aleppo, Syria.
Hotamis is a town east of Konya and south of Karapinar in Central Anatolia.
Isparta is a city in western Turkey.
Karakeceli is an Anatolian tribe.
Karakoyunlu is a town and district of Igdir Province in Eastern Anatolia near the border to Armenia.
Karakuzulu kilims are made in Manisa province in Western Anatolia.
Karapinar is a town in the Konya Province in Central Anatolia.
Konya is an important city in the Central Anatolia region and a pilgrimage destination for Sufis. Kilims from Konya and surrounding areas are highly appreciated by collectors.
Korkuteli is a town and district of Antalya Province in the Mediterranean region of Anatolia.
Kutahya is a city in western Anatolia.
Malatya is a city and province in the Eastern Anatolia. The kilims from this area are with fine wool and fine weaving.
Mut is a town and district of Mersin Province in the Mediterranean region of Anatolia.
Nevsehir is the capitol of the historical Cappadocian province Nevsehir.
Nigde is a town in the south central Anatolia. The town is a collection point for rugs and kilims from the surrounding areas.
Obruk is located in the centre of the Central Anatolian steppes, 65 km northeast of the city of Konya.
Reyhanlı is a town and district of Hatay Province, on the Mediterranean coast of Anatolia.
Sivas is a city in north central Anatolia.
Sivrihisar is a town and district of Eskisehir Province in the Central Anatolia.
Taspinar is a village in Aksaray Province, Central Anatolia.
Yuncu is a nomadic tribe from the northwest Anatolia near Balikesir.
The Yoruks were pastoral nomads living in the mountains of Anatolia but now many have settled.
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