Shortly From Past to Today Çanakkale
Çanakkale is in the northwest of Republic of Turkey and its best part of land is in Marmara Region. The city has land in Asia (Anatolia) and Europe (Thrace) continent, and also it has a bosporus which is called Çanakkale Bosporus and the bosporus divides down the middle of the city. Çanakkale is the second largest city after İstanbul in Thrace.
It is known, Çanakkale was called Hellespontos or Dardanelles in ancient ages and it has been living place over 300 years. Even today, there are lots of historical ruin of Troy Ancient City, which was destroyed because of a earthquake B.C. 2500 and after that the region was conducted by Lydians, in Çanakkale. In B.C. 336, Alexander The Great vanquished in Grakinos Brook’s bank by The Persian Empire which was the most paramount management in the region.
Çanakkale was under the sway of many different society thousand of years, both the city’s architecture and the citizen’s cultur were impressed of that. Since 1970s, citizens of the Çanakkale have done many trade investments and the city was updated month after month. Under favour of trade investments, accessibility had increased and appearence of the city had started to change. Today Çanakkale is one of the most modern city in Turkey. It is an exemplary city with large pavements, clean streets and well-kept buildings. Even if Çanakkale does not have a good substructure, it is one of the most peaceful city in Turkey. Elemantary families are common in Çanakkale. Society of the city consists of Turkmens, Pomaks, Yuruks, Cherkeses and Bosnians.
Some of Touristic Places
- Gökçeada (Imros)
- Bozcaada (Tenedos)
- War Object Museums
- Ancient Greek Museums
- Hot Spring
- Thermal Spring
- Çanakkale Naval Museum Command
- Çanakkale Bosporus
- Çanakkale Monuments