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It is understood from the finds from various civilizations that Egirdir was a settlement area from 2000-1200 BC. The region was named Askawana (ADA COUNTRY) in the age of Luwian civilization; B.C. In 1200 BC, the Phrygians entered the sovereignty, BC. It was occupied by the Lydians in 687-547. The first city in Eğirdir was founded by Kroisos, the last ruler of Lydia, so it is believed that his first name was KROZOS. The castle in Eğirdir was built by the Lydians. Egirdir, BC. It was ruled by the Persian Empire in 540 years and remained under the sovereignty of this empire for 200 years. The city was later ruled by the Seleucids in the BC. It was left to the Romans in 188 by the Apamea (Dinar) agreement. The name of this period is PROSTANNA. Indeed, M.Ö.1. The coins of the yüzyıl VİARUS MOUNTAIN Ğ, known as YIRIR SİVRİSİ, have been seen in the beginning coins until the M.2.214. Prostanna and Limnai (Hoyran) are important centers of Christianity.

It is known that the name of this name is called as RO ACROTERİON ör which means the most extreme or the top part of any object in the Hellenic language.

It is thought that the first Turkish settlement in the Egirdir region took place a few years after 1071. The Anatolian Seljuk ruler 3. Kilicarslan In 1204, Egirdir was taken as Seljuk sovereignty and for 75 years it was used as the town of the Seljuk sultans. The name of Egir-dir in this period is CENNETABAD.

After the end of the Anatolian Seljuk State, a short period of Ottoman sovereignty was established. The city was founded in 1310 by Felekeddin Dündar Ney, who founded the Hamidoğulları Principality. Egirdir remained the capital of the Hamidogullary Principality for 78 years until 1391. After the Battle of Timur in Anatolia during the invasion of Anatolia Egirdir e coming to the city and the people of his nostrils besieged the siege of the island by capturing the region in 1402 Karamanoglu ll. He gave it to Mr. Mehmet.

Karamanoğlu ll. Alaaaddin Ali Bey coins were used in the city in the name of the coins used in the name. In the Ottoman period 1402 - 1501 in the years 1522 and 1568, and in the notebooks of Katip Çelebi Cihannüma, Eğirdir Hamid Sanjak was mentioned. In this period, Egirdir is the only city in the fortress of Hamit province surrounded by fortifications. These walls are still intact in the 17th century or even early 18th century, according to the French traveler Paul Lucas. Egirdir, after the Reformation Konya Province Hamid Banner bound to become a district center, after the establishment of the Republic of Turkey in the district has maintained its status at the time of the Ottoman Empire.

After the great fire in the Republican Period 04.05.1959 Egirdir was rebuilt from the beginning.

GEOGRAPHICAL STRUCTURE OF EGIRDIR

Propolis is located in the province of Isparta, southwest Anatolia region in the Lake District in 1414 on an area of ​​2 km, which was founded in Turkey's largest lake, Lake Egirdir 4 of extending east to the west coast. The district is surrounded by Yalvaç and Gelendost in the north, Şarkikaraağaç and Aksu in the east, Sütçüler in the south, Burdur province in the southwest, Isparta center and Atabey in the west and Senirkent district in the northwest.

The mountains of Eğirdir Lake which covers a large area in the northern part of the district and the mountains separating the lake area from the Isparta depression area form the basis of the surface shapes. Mountains: Mount Barla Mountain (2799 m.) In the northwest, Davraz Mountain in the west (2635 m.), And Dedegöl Mountain (2992 m.) Which cuts this section in the north - south direction in the east. A large part of Lake Eğirdir and all of Kovada Lake are located within the boundaries of the district. The plains are gradually expanding and gathered in the valleys of the creeks pouring into the Lake of Eğirdir.

In the whole of Eğirdir district, the soils are formed by white chalk limestone. There are important highlands on the mountains, which are quite scattered and uneven. The soil is clayey and limestone. The tendency ranges up to 40 percent. Between the mountains are some important plains. The most important of these is the Bosphorus plain. The mountains are partly forested. In general, Red Pine, larch dominates; In addition, oak, juniper, cedar, fir communities can be found. The most important plateau of the district is the Barla Plateau. The most important stream is Aksu.

The average height of the town of Egirdir 918 meters above sea level. The district is located in a transition area between the Mediterranean and Central Anatolian climates. Therefore, there is no rainy or arid climate.

It is understood from the finds from various civilizations that Egirdir was a settlement area from 2000-1200 BC. The region was named Askawana (ADA COUNTRY) in the age of Luwian civilization; B.C. In 1200 BC, the Phrygians entered the sovereignty, BC. It was occupied by the Lydians in 687-547. The first city in Eğirdir was founded by Kroisos, the last ruler of Lydia, so it is believed that his first name was KROZOS. The castle in Eğirdir was built by the Lydians. Egirdir, BC. It was ruled by the Persian Empire in 540 years and remained under the sovereignty of this empire for 200 years. The city was later ruled by the Seleucids in the BC. It was left to the Romans in 188 by the Apamea (Dinar) agreement. The name of this period is PROSTANNA. Indeed, M.Ö.1. The coins of the yüzyıl VİARUS MOUNTAIN Ğ, known as YIRIR SİVRİSİ, have been seen in the beginning coins until the M.2.214. Prostanna and Limnai (Hoyran) are important centers of Christianity.

It is known that the name of this name is called as RO ACROTERİON ör which means the most extreme or the top part of any object in the Hellenic language.

It is thought that the first Turkish settlement in the Egirdir region took place a few years after 1071. The Anatolian Seljuk ruler 3. Kilicarslan In 1204, Egirdir was taken as Seljuk sovereignty and for 75 years it was used as the town of the Seljuk sultans. The name of Egir-dir in this period is CENNETABAD.

After the end of the Anatolian Seljuk State, a short period of Ottoman sovereignty was established. The city was founded in 1310 by Felekeddin Dündar Ney, who founded the Hamidoğulları Principality. Egirdir remained the capital of the Hamidogullary Principality for 78 years until 1391. After the Battle of Timur in Anatolia during the invasion of Anatolia Egirdir e coming to the city and the people of his nostrils besieged the siege of the island by capturing the region in 1402 Karamanoglu ll. He gave it to Mr. Mehmet.

Karamanoğlu ll. Alaaaddin Ali Bey coins were used in the city in the name of the coins used in the name. In the Ottoman period 1402 - 1501 in the years 1522 and 1568, and in the notebooks of Katip Çelebi Cihannüma, Eğirdir Hamid Sanjak was mentioned. In this period, Egirdir is the only city in the fortress of Hamit province surrounded by fortifications. These walls are still intact in the 17th century or even early 18th century, according to the French traveler Paul Lucas. Egirdir, after the Reformation Konya Province Hamid Banner bound to become a district center, after the establishment of the Republic of Turkey in the district has maintained its status at the time of the Ottoman Empire.

After the great fire in the Republican Period 04.05.1959 Egirdir was rebuilt from the beginning.

GEOGRAPHICAL STRUCTURE OF EGIRDIR

Propolis is located in the province of Isparta, southwest Anatolia region in the Lake District in 1414 on an area of ​​2 km, which was founded in Turkey's largest lake, Lake Egirdir 4 of extending east to the west coast. The district is surrounded by Yalvaç and Gelendost in the north, Şarkikaraağaç and Aksu in the east, Sütçüler in the south, Burdur province in the southwest, Isparta center and Atabey in the west and Senirkent district in the northwest.

The mountains of Eğirdir Lake which covers a large area in the northern part of the district and the mountains separating the lake area from the Isparta depression area form the basis of the surface shapes. Mountains: Mount Barla Mountain (2799 m.) In the northwest, Davraz Mountain in the west (2635 m.), And Dedegöl Mountain (2992 m.) Which cuts this section in the north - south direction in the east. A large part of Lake Eğirdir and all of Kovada Lake are located within the boundaries of the district. The plains are gradually expanding and gathered in the valleys of the creeks pouring into the Lake of Eğirdir.

In the whole of Eğirdir district, the soils are formed by white chalk limestone. There are important highlands on the mountains, which are quite scattered and uneven. The soil is clayey and limestone. The tendency ranges up to 40 percent. Between the mountains are some important plains. The most important of these is the Bosphorus plain. The mountains are partly forested. In general, Red Pine, larch dominates; In addition, oak, juniper, cedar, fir communities can be found. The most important plateau of the district is the Barla Plateau. The most important stream is Aksu.

The average height of the town of Egirdir 918 meters above sea level. The district is located in a transition area between the Mediterranean and Central Anatolian climates. Therefore, there is no rainy or arid climate.