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Çanakkale ilinin ingilizce tanıtımı
Çanakkale , is a town and seaport in Turkey, in Çanakkale Province, on the southern (Asian) coast of the Dardanelles (or Hellespont) at their narrowest point.
Çanakkale Province, like Istanbul Province, has territory in both Europe and Asia. Ferries cross here to the northern (European) side of the strait.
Çanakkale is the nearest major town to the site of ancient Troy. The “wooden horse” from the 2004 movie Troy is exhibited on the seafront.
The Byzantine name for Çanakkale was Δαρδανέλλια Dardanellia, from which the English name Dardanelles is derived.
Çanakkale was an Ottoman fortress called Kale-i Sultaniye or Sultaniye kalesi (Fortress of the Sultan). It later became known for its pottery, hence the later name Çanak kalesi ‘pot fortress’ or ‘Çanakkale.
Ancient Abydos, where the story of Hero and Leander takes place, is south of Çanakkale.
The city which hosted many civilizations; had been inhabited by the natives who had lived on Biga Peninsula in the Last Chalcolithic Age believed to have started 6000 years ago. However, those natives are unknown. According to some excavations and research, the earliest settlements in the region were set up at Kumtepe. It is supposed that Kumkale was set up in 4000 B.C and Troy was set up between 3500–3000 B.C. The real history of Çanakkale started with Troy. It was the brightest cultural center of its time during 3000–2000 B.C.
Later the Aeolians had settled on that important land in the 8th century B.C. they founded many trade colonies in the region called Aeolis. The region went under the control of the Lydians in the 7th century B.C and under the control of the Persians in the 6 th century B.C. Aeolis went under the control of the Macedonians as Alexander the Great defeated the Persians by the Granicus River of the region in the Battle of the Granicus on his way to Asia. The region went under the reign of the Kingdom of Pergamon in the 2nd century B.C.
The western part of the Biga Peninsula where Troy was stiuated was called Troas. Alexandria Troas, an important settlement of the region, was a free trade port and a rich trade center during Roman times. Later in the 2nd cenury A.D., the region was attacked by Goths from Thrace. The Dardanelles gained more strategic importance. The Gallipoli Peninsula was attacked by the Thins in the 5th century and by the Uyghurs in the mid-6th century. During the 7th and 8th centuries, in order to attack Constantinople (modern İstanbul) the Arabs passed the Strait a few times and came up to Sestos. In the beginning of the 14th century the Cathons became dominant in the Gallipoli part and Karesioğulları dominated the Anatolian part. During the first half of that century Demirhan Bey from Aydınoğulları attempted to dominate the region. The Ottomans gained control of Galipoli in 1367.
The ‘Chanak Crisis’ of 1922 centred around a British and French force stationed at Çanakkale after the defeat of the Ottoman Empire. The new Turkish Republic demanded their withdrawal. Lloyd George wanted to fight the Turks because their leader at ‘Chanak’, Kemal Ataturk, had defied a signed and legal treaty via armament and military aggressiveness. Ultimately, the British and Turkish troops ended up at an impasse. Rather than engaging in another war on the heels of the first World War, peace was negotiated.
Çanakkale is a province of Turkey, located in the northwestern part of the country. It takes its name from the town of Çanakkale.
Like Istanbul, Çanakkale province has a European and an Asian part. The European part is formed by the Gallipoli (Gelibolu) peninsula, while the Asian part is largely coterminous with the historic region of Troad in Anatolia. They are separated by the Dardanelles strait, connecting the Sea of Marmara and the Aegean Sea.
The archaeological site of Troy is found in Çanakkale province.
Çanakkale province is divided into 12 districts (capital district in bold):