|Bursa and Cumalikizik||Bursa became a centre of silk manufacture because of its location at the western end of the Silk road. The Koza Khan ( = Cocoon Khan) was where cocoons were traded, See|
|Causses and Cévennes||mulberry cultivation|
|Diyarbakir Fortress and Hevsel Gardens||In the Ottoman Period the Hevsel Gardens were covered entirely in Mulberry trees" (Diyarbakir Province is still a producer of silk)|
|La Lonja de la Seda||Silk trade|
|Lyon||Lyonais silk workshops, the canuts in Croix-Rousse|
|Mystras||The silk industry (silk worm culture) was the manufacturing and trading city's only resource. (AB ev)|
|Royal Palace at Caserta||San Leucio Silk Factory of 1778|
|Sheki||Silkworm breeding was a major industry|
|Shirakawa-go and Gokayama||The inhabitants "subsisted on the cultivation of mulberry trees and the rearing of silkworms" (AB ev)|
|Tomioka Silk Mill|
|Yazd||majority of the inhabitants were engaged in silk and cotton production|
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