ABOUT BEŞİKDÜZÜ
According to old documents, Besikduzu was founded with the command of Mahmut II, in 1834 and in 30 November 1948, the municipality was formed and started operating. Besikduzu became a county on 4 July 1987. The county is 45 kilometers west of Trabzon. It has Vakfıkebir on the east, Eynesil on the west, Salpazari and Tonya on the south and the Black Sea on the north. The important streams of our county, which is seafront are Ağasar and Kurbağalıdere, are located in Beşikdüzü.
ABOUT OF
THE PLACE ALL ROADS LEAD: SQUARE PARK
It is a park that has witnessed certain historical events. It is used in the offical ceremonies. It is multifunctional and symbolic. The trees within the park are registered and protected.
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.
ABOUT VAKFIKEBİR
Vakfikebir is 40 km west of Trabzon, surrounded by Carsibasi in the east, Besikduzu in the west, Tonya in the south and Black Sea in the north. From Işıklı lighthouse the coastline turns first south west then north west to form the large bay called “Büyükliman” (The Big Harbour). The bay of Buyukliman is partly closed to northwestern wind making it a good refuge for the sailors. The tale of how this county took its name is interesting.
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 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.
A QUITE SHOPPING LOCATION: KUNDURACILAR STREET
Kunduracilar Street in Trabzon is parallel to Uzun Street and Kahramanmaras Street. It is closed to traffic and open to shopping. It is one the historical streets of Trabzon.
HAMAMIZADE IHSAN BEY CULTURE CENTER
Located in Iskenderpasha neighborhood, the center has a seminar hall with a seating capacity of 110, a small hall with a seating capacity of 310 and a main hall with a seating capacity of 510.
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A QUITE SHOPPING LOCATION: KUNDURACILAR STREET
ABOUT YOMRA
ABOUT DERNEKPAZARI
ABOUT HAYRAT
ABOUT ÇAYKARA
ABOUT TONYA
ABOUT AKÇAABAT
ABOUT SÜRMENE
ABOUT ARSİN
ABOUT ŞALPAZARI
HAMAMIZADE IHSAN BEY CULTURE CENTER
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