ABOUT HAYRAT
There is no certain information about the historical structure of our county. It is known that our county which is an allocation unit in Of, was first within the borders of Pontus Kingdom. After Pontus was destroyed, it was taken by; first Rome and then Byzantine empires. After the era of Trabzon Rum Empire, Hayrat was annexed by Ottoman Empire with the conquest of Trabzon by Mehmet the Coquerer.
ABOUT TONYA
There is no certain knowledge about the first establishment of Tonya but it is understood that it was between the end of 13th century and the beginning of 14th century.
ABOUT ÇAYKARA
The history of town is related to that of Trabzons in general. According to historical reports, the town has been settled down by so many tribes since Hittites. It fell under the hegemony of Pechenegs and Byzantines. Ultimately, in 1461, Mehmed II took Trabzon from Pontus Empire and it came under the rule of Ottoman Empire. In 1915, during the World War I, the town was invaded by Russian Army.
ABOUT MAÇKA
Maçka is a town which is connected to Trabzon Province. It is on the Gümüşhane highway and 29 kilometers in distance to Trabzon.
ABOUT DÜZKÖY
Our county had been a village with the name of “Haçka” before it became a county in 1944 and its name has been changed as “Düzköy” when it became a municipality in 1961. It was a municipality of Akçaabat untill 9th May 1990 when it became a county with the law of 3644. County of Düzköy is consisted of 6 different neighbourhoods as Düzalan, Orta Mahalle, Büyük Mahalle, Cevizlik Mahallesi, Yenimahalle, Tepecik.
ABOUT DERNEKPAZARI
Hence the very old ages, the history of Dernekpazari is parallel with the Eastern Black Sea Region which contains this county within its borders.
ABOUT KÖPRÜBAŞI
There is almost no scientific litterateur about the history of Koprubasi and the first habitation process. According to the information we got; some of the Turkish tribes which migrated from Central Asia came to Trabzon after the conquest and were placed in some available areas. Before the settling, Koprubasi was full of rich forests and the sun could not heat the soil due to the density of trees.
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