Göle ( K'ola, in KurdishMêrdînik) is a small city and surrounding district in Ardahan Province of Turkey. The city was formerly known as Merdenik, Merdinik or Ardahan-ı Küçük ("Little Ardahan" in Ottoman Turkish).
Göle is a rural district, eighty per cent of the area comprising mountain and forest, with the remainder grazing land and meadow; the local economy depends on this grazing. Göle is famous for its yellow kaşar cheese. Some crops are grown, including grains and potatoes. With the high Allahuekber mountains to the south Göle is exposed to the north; winters are eight months long and extremely cold (minus 30 Celsius is quite normal), summer is one month of dry weather.
Gole may refer to:
- Gole, Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland
- Gole, Masovian Voivodeship, Poland
- Gole (surname), a family name (including a list of people with that name)
Gole is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
- Aniruddha M. Gole (21st century), Indian Canadian engineering professor
- Fereydun Gole (1942-2005), Iranian screenwriter
- Padma Gole (1913-1998), Indian poet
Usage examples of "gole".
Sum men had bigger intellecks than other men had and thay wood git to the Gole the soonerest.
Estendeu o copo ao vinho que eu lhe oferecia, bebeu um gole, e continuou a comer.
The two goles exchanged a glance, evidently suspecting that she was overtired.
The goles are nice folk, but their island touches Xanth only at midnight.
By Goles, though, there was something worse--he lost you by that fall.
I picked up the 154 near Goleta, found the San Marcos pass with little difficulty, and drove through the mountains all the way to Lake Cachuma.