Kahramanmaraş Province is a province of Turkey. Its provincial capital is the city of Kahramanmara.
Kahramanmaraş is traversed by the northeasterly line of equal latitude and longitude.
Kahramanmaraş has historically been famous for its gold. The textile industry is relatively new and mostly machinated.
Marash, officially known as Kahramanmaraş historically known as Germanicea, is a city in the Mediterranean Region of Turkey and the administrative center of Kahramanmaraş Province. Before 1973, Kahramanmaraş was officially named Maraş, and later, it attained the prefix “kahraman” (meaning “hero” in Turkish) to commemorate Battle of Marash. The city lies on a plain at the foot of the Ahir Dağı (Ahir Mountain). The region is best known for its distinctive ice cream, and its production of salep, a powder made from dried orchid tubers. Kahramanmaraş Airport has flights to İstanbul and Ankara.