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About Akseki

About Akseki

About Akseki

Akseki is a district of Antalya

The former name of Marla (Marulya), Akseki was founded in 1286 on the Taurus Mountains. It is known that societies have lived since the Roman Empire in the district which went into Seljuk and Ottoman rule. Akseki, who left Alanya in 1872, became an independent banner within Konya Province in 1901. In the meantime Akseki district narrowed its borders and some villages were left to Seydişehir district. Ibradi was originally a town, but in 1991 he left the town to Akseki.

About Akseki


Akseki, the main dormitory of the Snow Flower, is a district located in the south of the Western Taurus Mountains of Antalya. In the east there are Gündoğmuş, Bozkır, west Manavgat, İbradi, north of Beyşehir, Seydişehir, Manavgat and Gündoğmuş counties.

Its surface area is 2,083 square kilometers and its altitude is 1050 m. d. According to 2015 data, Akseki population is 11.088. The geographic structure of the district has a rugged and mountainous appearance with a large valley formed by the Manavgat River. There is a continental climate in Akseki. The average temperature is 13.1 degrees and the maximum temperature is 36.7 degrees. In Akseki, the temperature may decrease to -14 degrees in winter.

Since the surface is very steep, the trade with timber produced from forests, rather than livestock and field agriculture, is at the forefront. It is a historic town dating from the time of the Romans. It maintains this historic character with its ruins of the towers believed to have survived from that era.

The outgoing Gelmez Mountains, the mountain goat conservation and hunting area are the places where hunters will be hunted as a fee, and the trout breeding facilities established in Sinan Hoca and Gümüşdamla villages are among the places frequented by hunters and tourists. Göktepe Plateau, Çimi Plateau, The Irmak Valley The recently discovered 340 meter deep Bucakalan Cave, the Ulu Mosque and Madrasa in the town center are the other works of Akseki.

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About Akseki


Karaöz Municipality In 1994, Pınarlı Municipality was established in 1999. Based on the article 4 of the Law on the establishment of districts and amendments to some laws within the boundaries of the Metropolitan Municipality dated 06.03.2008 and numbered 5747, the legal entities of Aksu, Pınarlı and Yurtpınar first level municipalities were abolished and joined together with their neighborhoods. Aksu District was established in order to change the name of Çalkaya Municipality to Aksu. According to 2015 data, Aksu population is 68.496.

In the region where the Mediterranean climate prevails, significant amounts of vegetables and citrus fruits are produced. Aksu County is an important agricultural district with a share of 20% in citrus production, a closed greenhouse production and a share of 30%.

About Akseki


The city was captured by the Anatolian Seljuk Sultan Alaaddin Keykubat in 1221. Sultan Alaaddin Keykubat married the daughter of the feudal lord Kyr Vart and rebuilt the city and made it the winter capital. He changed the name of the city to Alaiye. During the reign of Alaaddin Keykubat the city lives its brightest days. Today's castle, shipyard, and still standing in many of the structures belong to that period. As a result of the disintegration of the Anatolian Seljuks in 1300, the city is dominated by the Karamanoğlu Principality. Konya-based Karamanogullari sells the city to Egyptian Mamluk Sultanate in 1427 for 5,000 gold coins. With the establishment of unity in Anatolia and the prominence of the Ottoman Principality, Alaiye was included in the territory of the Ottoman Empire in 1471 by Gedik Ahmet Pasha, one of the commanders of Fatih Sultan Mehmet.     

During the period of the Ottoman Empire, Alaiye was first bounded by the province of Cyprus in 1571, and in 1864 by the province of Konya. In 1868, the city of Antalya and the city of Antalya in 1871 is made. The Republic takes the name of Alanya together with Atatürk's proposal. According to 2015 data, the population of Alanya is 291.643.

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