Çanakkale History


Çanakkale is the symbol of the rebirth of the Turkish nation. There have been so many things written on Çanakkale. There is perhaps no such city in the world that has written such an epic. How much do we know about Çanakkale? Here you can see the historical and touristic places o Çanakkale and Çanakkale.

Canakkale is one of the biggest epics of the Turkish nation in which an era has sunk. This town, which has a history of 11 towns, is indispensable for those who want to make an unforgettable journey to the past and the beauty of nature. We have prepared a guide that will help you redefine those thorax that the enemy has come to know.


It was built in the memory of our ancestor who was martyred during the First World War and the Battle of Gallipoli. The base is 41.7 meters in height and 25 x 25 meters in size. In 1954, the foundation of the martyrdom was opened to visitors in 1960. The design of the martyrdom belongs to Doğan Erginbaş, İsmail Utkular and Feridun Kip. There is a monument of Mehmetçik, a museum of war works and a Turkish martyrdom in the martyrdom, which drives human beings to a different intensity of emotion. In Canakkale Martyrdom, there are the cemeteries of the Anatolian Side, the Gallipoli Martyrs, the Eceabat Martyrs, the Anafartalar Martyrs, and the Martyrs of Kilitbahir. When it comes to Çanakkale, it is the first place to visit.


Almost everyone is familiar with this ear. Mirrors in Çanakkale, Ana Ben gidiyom Against the Enemy. It is the famous bazaar that started with the lines of. Yildiz My youth o. This bazaar in 1889 II. During the reign of Abdulhamid, it is known that it was built by one of the families of Canakkale. Evliya Çelebi’s book inde Seyahatname Ev refers to the bazaar. If you want to take something to remind you of Çanakkale when you visit Çanakkale, you must stop by.


Troy, the cradle of ancient civilizations, was formed by the establishment of 9 cities on top of each other. B.C. It is known that it was established as a settlement in 3000-2500 years. Troy was first excavated by Heinrih Sclieman in 1871 and the ancient city, which has been on the World Heritage List since 1988, has been national park since 1996. Troy, Troy, Troia, Ilion, Vilusa, also referred to as the names of the ancient city of Canakkale in the central district of Canakkale province is located. It is located on the outskirts of Kazdaglari. You can stop by to see the Trojan Horse which is the inspiration for many films.


Since the earliest times in history Turkey, the cradle of civilization, geography, culture and civilization made many host. The ancient city of Troy in Çanakkale is one of them:



The ancient city of Parion, which dates back to the first ages, is in Kemer Village of Biga district of Çanakkale. Parion Antique City, named after Paris, the son of Priamos, is known as 25-30 thousand in its most brilliant period. When Alexander the Great won the war against the Persians, the Hellenic sovereignty then entered the kingdom of Pergamum and Roman rule. Parion is an important episcopal center in the Byzantine period. BC in Parion. From the 5th century M.S. 3.yy. silver, bronze and copper coins dating to the end of this period were found. A magnificent theater, a Roman villa and an odeion structure were unearthed in Kemer.


After the conquest of Istanbul by Sultan Mehmed the Conqueror between the years 1461-1462 was made to ensure the safety of the strait. The Çimenlik Castle (Kale-i Sultaniye), which measures 110 × 160 meters, consists of a rectangular plan, an outer wall and the main tower in the middle. The outer wall measures 150 × 100 meters and the height is 11 meters. There were 9 bastions on the walls. The inner castle has three floors. It measures 42 × 48 meters and measures 25 meters. The thickness of the walls is 9.5 meters. There are two mosques in the garden, which are named after the Baruthane (Piri Reis Gallery) building and the Fatih and Abdülaziz periods.


It was built in 1462 by Sultan Mehmed the Conqueror by Fatih Sultan Mehmed with the order of Fatih Sultan Mehmet in order to control the straits after the conquest of Istanbul by the Çimenlik Castle (Kale-i Sultaniye). Kilitbahir Castle is a word meaning Kilid-ul Bahr (lock of the sea). Fatih Sultan Mehmed’s fondness of geometry reflects the fortress with a three-leaf clover plan has a strong defense system. There is an outer fortification, an inner fortress and an inner tower inside the inner fortress. Due to its location, it is positioned to keep the throat on fire. In addition to the castle of Hisarpe, a second courtyard and tower was built in the period of Kanuni. One of the reasons why the castle has a very important place in our history is that it serves as a very important position in the Dardanelles War.

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