Acipayam

Acipayam is 56 km (34 mile) far to Denizli.  Acipayam is the biggest district of Denizli Province with its area in 1700 km2. Its altitude is 950 m. over the sea level. Acipayam takes part in the southwest of Anatolian Peninsula and in the southeast of Aegean Region. It is on a crossing point between…

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Sabanozu

Sabanozu is 46 km (28 mile) far to Cankiri.  Sabanozu is a district of Cankiri Province, Turkey. It is nearly 80 km (50 mi) from Ankara. Sabanozu, within the borders of Eldivan, Orta and Korgun. Every Monday is the day for bazaar which takes place in the centrum. Wheat, beans, corn and various fruit are…

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Ilgaz

Ilgaz is 49 km (30 mile) far to Cankiri. Ilgaz, formerly Kochisar, is a town and district of Cankiri Province in the Central Anatolia region of Turkey. Ilgaz is also the name of a mountain range that is shared between Cankiri and Kastamonu provinces. The mountain is home to a ski center. The Ilgaz mountains…

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Cerkes

Cerkes is 89 km (55 mile) far to Cankiri. Cerkes is a town and district of Cankiri Province in the Central Anatolia region of Turkey.In addition to this, Saraycik is the most important village of Cerkes. It is famous for Badima Bukme(a kind of bread), baklava(turkish delight), alacash(a kind of rice).

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Bayramoren

Bayramoren is 69 km (42 mile) far to Cankiri.  Bayramoren, within the borders of Kursunlu, Atkaracalar, Ovacik and Arac districts, is located in an area historically called Paphlagonia. There is no written proof of why the city was called Bayramoren. However, the rumors say that when the majority of the villages around this district have…

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Atkaracalar

Atkaracalar is 69 km (42 mile) far to Cankiri. Atkaracalar is a town and district of Cankiri Province in the Central Anatolia region of Turkey. Atkaracalar is a typical Central Anatolian c ounty, People are living in Atkaracalar are primarily agricultural with barley, wheat, beans. And animal husbandry is most commonly doing in the county.

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Yenice

Yenice is 89 km (55 mile) far to Canakkale. Yenice was a village in Balikesir until 1936. After this date it was bound to Canakkale. Although it was bound to Canakkale, it has more intense relationship with Balikesir. In the southeastern of Canakkale, Biga on the east and north with south and Can Balikesir districts…

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Lapseki

Lapseki is 34 km (21 mile) far to Canakkale. Lapseki was founded about 500 BC, one of 4 settlements along the Dardanelles at that time. In ancient times, while the city was under the rule of King Mendrom and named Pityausa, the king, who defended the colonists from Foca from the attacks of the local…

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Gokceada

Gokceadaa is takes two and half hours from Canakkale by ferryboat. Imbros, called as Gokceada in Turkey (old name in Turkish; Imroz ), is the largest island of Turkey, part of Canakkale Province. It is located at the beginning of Saros Bay in the northern edge of Aegean Sea, also the western edge point of…

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Gelibolu

Firstly, in order to reach to Gallipoli from Canakkale city center, you could get on the ferry-jets, departing from Canakkale Ferry Harbour to Eceabat Province, then could keep follow 31 km  (19 mile) by the highway.  Gelibolu is the name of a town and a district of Canakkale Province, Turkey, located on the Gallipoli peninsula…

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