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Manisa Travel Guide

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It is a village in the Aegean Region of the Republic of Turkey. Manisa is the second largest city of the Aegean Region after İzmir with a total population of 1.4 million. Today, Manisa is the 14th largest city in Turkey with a total population approaching 1.400.000. The population of the city center is close to 370.000 and Manisa is one of the illusions waiting to be a Metropolitan Municipality. Manisa, the industrial is an advanced ildire. It is one of the three most developed cities in the Aegean Region along with İzmir and Denizli. History Throughout history, the history of Manisa's lands, which have been rich enough to attract the attention of almost every major civilization, stretches back to the chipped stone devine. The region is close to the whole of the region known as the Lydian region of Manisa. There are more than twenty more ancient cities in the region, including Sard (Yada Sardis). In Ottomans, Manisa Sanjak is the first duty place of the sultans of the future. The prisoners would be held accountable in the administration of the Manisa district, and they would develop administrative skills. Katakekaumene: There is a wide area near Kula, which is called Katakekaumene (Burned Country) by Strabon, due to vocal bursts of 1.1 million years to 12 thousand years. The investigations carried out in the area have found footprints dating from 15 thousand to 25 thousand years ago from the Chipped Stone Age. Hittites: It is thought that during the Hittite period the division was referred to by the name of Arzava. The most important work of the period is "Kybele Kaya Monument". The work belonging to the 13th century BC was made during a Hittite campaign to the region. Lydia: The capital of the Kingdom of Lydia, the first gold coin in history, is the city of Sard, located on the borders of the city of Salihli today. Tumulus areas and king burials from the Lydians were found in the Binhdeler region. The ancient trade route went to the city of Sard, the kingdom of the kingdom of Lydia, starting from Iran and Mesopotamia on the King's Road and entering the provincial borders. Rome: from the 7 important churches in Christianity, 3 is this; Sardes Philadelphia Thyateira Ottoman: Ilin is the name "Saruhan" in the Ottoman period. It takes the name from Saruhan Beylik. The important Turkish-Ottoman works are; Historic Kula Houses, an example of Ottoman civil architecture. Darphane is the mint of the Saruhan Principal. Mevlevihane Sinan Bey Madrasa Ulu Camii Kulliyesi, the oldest mosque in Manisan. Geography The province is surrounded by mountains; Yunt Mountain and Yamanlar Mountain in the west, Bozdağ Mountains in the south, Simav Mountains in the north and east. Spil Mountain National Park is also within these provincial borders. The area around Kula is an old volcano area, and there are fairy chimneys in the area. The region is transformed into a geopark with the initiatives of the local municipality. The main rivers of Ilin are Gediz River and Bakırcaydir with their arms. Marmara Lake, which is one of the two natural lakes of the Aegean region, is this one. Demirköprü Dam is not only the most important dam in the whole region. The other dams are Afşar Dam and Sevişler Dam Population With the influence of the fertile lands of the Gediz Oval, the first three in the order of agricultural production. Industry has been an important source of income in Manisa, which has been active in the fields of weaving, food, leather and agriculture since centuries. It is not attractive to us to stay at a plateau house on the slopes of Sipil mountain, which has a protected national park. Sipil Mountain is very suitable for trekking, climbing and paragliding and is one of the rare areas where it can be summit and get in the way of mountaineering sport. Manisa carries on its traces from its past and makes its name in the tourism lane with its natural beauties. The geothermal water resources in Manisa, which is rich in medicinal waters, have been known for centuries and are the focus of attention of local and foreign tourists. Kurşunlu and Sard bathers in Salihli provide an important contribution to health tourism in Manisa. Undoubtedly, the most famous product of the course is the wine. Each of them has a distinct flavor. Gediz Ovası, the most productive land of our country, provides a rich variety of vegetable production in Manisa. Famous Akhisar olives are one of the first three in the Manisa agricultural production line with quality cotton production, tobacco and cherry. Manisa has an important potential in ecotourism with increasing organic farming production, dams and lakes in recent years. Another important feature of Manisa is the continuation of traditional handicrafts such as saddle making, copperwork and blacksmithing. The Financial Times has chosen the most favorable investment city in the world. Education Celal Bayar University (CBÜ): The name; Celal Bayar University from Celal Bayar, who was also a gun friend of Atatürk during the National Struggle and who also served as the Saruhan correspondent in the last Ottoman Parliament, opened research centers that will meet the social and cultural expectations of the region and their needs and make them functional . Today, 5 faculties, 4 high schools, 15 vocational high schools, 3 institutes and 9 research centers are among the top 3 universities of the Aegean region, with education and teaching at 17 settlements, with 1156 academic staff, 732 administrative staff and 26500 students . The university, which received Manisa Lalesi (Anemon) as an icon, symbolizes the passing of love, knowledge and development to the past with this icon. Manisa, which is one of the richest historical and cultural backgrounds of Turkey and the Aegean Region, will be called as a university city with Celal Bayar University and with the scientific studies and researches of this university in the future. culture Manisa is a village in the Aegean region of the Republic of Turkey. Manisa is the second largest city of the Aegean Region after İzmir with a total population of 1.4 million. Today, Manisa is the 14th largest city in Turkey with a total population approaching 1.400.000. The population of the city center is close to 370.000 and Manisa is one of the illusions waiting to be a Metropolitan Municipality. Manisa, the industrial is an advanced ildire. It is one of the three most developed cities in the Aegean Region along with İzmir and Denizli. Economy With the influence of the fertile lands of the Gediz Oval, the first three in the order of agricultural production. Industry has been an important source of income in Manisa, which has been active in the fields of weaving, food, leather and agriculture since centuries. It is not attractive to us to stay at a plateau house on the slopes of Sipil mountain, which has a protected national park. Sipil Mountain is very suitable for trekking, climbing and paragliding and is one of the rare areas where it can be summit and get in the way of mountaineering sport. Manisa carries on its traces from its past and makes its name in the tourism lane with its natural beauties. The geothermal water resources in Manisa, which is rich in medicinal waters, have been known for centuries and are the focus of attention of local and foreign tourists. Kurşunlu and Sard bathers in Salihli provide an important contribution to health tourism in Manisa. Undoubtedly, the most famous product of the course is the wine. Each of them has a distinct flavor. Gediz Ovası, the most productive land of our country, provides a rich variety of vegetable production in Manisa. Famous Akhisar olives are one of the first three in the Manisa agricultural production line with quality cotton production, tobacco and cherry. Manisa has an important potential in ecotourism with increasing organic farming production, dams and lakes in recent years. Another important feature of Manisa is the continuation of traditional handicrafts such as saddle making, copperwork and blacksmithing. The Financial Times has chosen the most favorable investment city in the world. Education Celal Bayar University: Name; Celal Bayar University from Celal Bayar, who was also a gun friend of Atatürk during the National Struggle and who also served as the Saruhan correspondent in the last Ottoman Parliament, opened research centers that will meet the social and cultural expectations of the region and their needs and make them functional . Today, 5 faculties, 4 high schools, 15 vocational high schools, 3 institutes and 9 research centers are among the top 3 universities of the Aegean region, with education and teaching at 17 settlements, with 1156 academic staff, 732 administrative staff and 26500 students . The university, which received Manisa Lalesi (Anemon) as an icon, symbolizes the passing of love, knowledge and development to the past with this icon. Manisa, which is one of the richest historical and cultural backgrounds of Turkey and the Aegean Region, will be called as a university city with Celal Bayar University and with the scientific studies and researches of this university in the future. culture Manisa Tarzanı: The name is Ahmeddin Carlak in the population records of Manisa Tarzanı, whose real name is Ahmet Bedevi. Born in Baghdad in 1888 and a soldier in the Turkish army, Carlak later joined the national struggle and was honored with the Red Line Independence Medal. Bedevi, who came and settled in Manisa in the first years of the Republican era, was a silent strange person. The municipality started as a sweeper, the gardener worked as a firefighter. The Bedouin, who made all his efforts to greenen Manisa, started to walk around with athlete and short pants before the intolerable heat, followed by black shorts without summer or winter. The environmental leader called Manisa Tarzani began to live in the club in Spil, but on 31 May 1963 he lost his life. Mesir Makunu: Sultan Suleyman the Magnificent can not cure the palace doctors when his mother is sick in Manisa, and finally the Sultan finds healing with a mixture of 41 kinds of spices. To distribute the remaining paste to the public to celebrate the event in the Sultan. It becomes traditional in this event and is celebrated as "Mesir Festival". Mesir festival 471 (in 2011) has been going on and living in Manisa for years. Others: The name Ahmeddin Carlak in the population records of Manisa Tarzani, whose real name is Ahmet Bedevi. Born in Baghdad in 1888 and a soldier in the Turkish army, Carlak later joined the national struggle and was honored with the Red Line Independence Medal. Bedevi, who came and settled in Manisa in the first years of the Republican era, was a silent strange person. The municipality started as a sweeper, the gardener worked as a firefighter. The Bedouin, who made all his efforts to greenen Manisa, started to walk around with athlete and short pants before the intolerable heat, followed by black shorts without summer or winter. The environmental leader called Manisa Tarzani began to live in the club in Spil, but on 31 May 1963 he lost his life. When the mother of Kanuni Sultan Süleyman gets sick in Manisa, the palace doctors can not cure any kind and the Sultan finally finds healing with the mesir paste prepared from a mixture of 41 kinds of spices. To distribute the remaining paste to the public to celebrate the event in the Sultan. It becomes traditional in this event and is celebrated as "Mesir Festival". Mesir festival 471 (in 2011) has been going on and living in Manisa for years.
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