Gaskas (Kaşkalar), a native tribe living in the region in 2000 BC or VIII. It is thought to have been made for the first time by immigrants who came from Miletus in the nineteenth century and settled in Sinop and established a colony. Calendars VII. It was repaired after the invasion of the centuries by the Kimmerler. VI. The city which had entered Persian dominance in the 16th century became an important center of the Pontus Kingdom, It has been repaired and developed by Mithridates toda...

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Kefevi Mahallesi Kemaleddin Sami Paşa Caddesi No: 9 is a typical 18th century building. Basic and ground floor rubble stone, the main floors are a mixture of wooden carcass-brick, three storey structure. The front side is on the street and the back side is on the garden of the building. The ground floor walls, which are separated by warehouses and large service areas, kitchens, fountains, etc., are constructed of rubble stone. This darkened kattan is in the form of a wide pointed arch mad...

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The first museum activities in Sinop started in 1921. The artifacts discovered from the necropolis in the western part of the province surrounded by the city walls and from the basic excavations due to the construction in the city were started to be collected in Mekteb-i İdadi, where Atatürk introduced the new letters to Sinop people in 1928.

 

In 1932, the artifacts transferred to the Pervane Madrasa, which was built in 1262 with the increase of the amount of ar...

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National Struggle Period

 

Sinop has received what has been the occupation of our country from all sides and the harmful work of minorities. Samsun central separatist Greek Cypriot Mudafa-i Meşrufa Association had a branch in Sinop. Separatist gangs, which aimed at establishing an independent Greek Pontus State, occasionally sneaked into the Sinop provinces and Muslim peasants were trying to annihilate the people. Mustafa Kemal, who was appointed to the Third Army Ins...

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Sinop\'s Fethiye and Seljuk Period

 

Paflagonia and Sinop are also the places where the Turks are interested after they entered Anatolia. In 1085, the commanders of Suleimanshah talked about Karatekin taking Sinop from Byzantium. The following year the Byzantines sent a fleet under the command of Constantine Dalassenos to rescue Sinop. At the same time, the Izmir Bey recalled Constantin Dalassenos because the Byzantine commander Nikephoros left the Byzantines in a diff...

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B.C. Sinop in 1000\'s

 

B.C. The migrants who left Milet in 756 and wanted to establish a new city, came here and laid the first foundation of Sinop today and this city gave the name of Sinope. \"According to the goddess Sinope is the daughter of the god of the river Zeus falls in love with Sinope and promises to fulfill her wishes Sinope asks her not to touch her loyalty God leaves her by sticking to the bait and comes where the present Sinop is.

 

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The name Sinop is the oldest known name of Sinop at the northern end of the region called Paphlagonia in Antiquity, \"Sinope\". This word \"sin\" is related to the Assyrian-Anatolian relationship, Sinope and Greek river god Asopos\' daughters of the water gods mean Sinope, which links the origin of the name to the colonization of the region of Ionia.

 

Another idea is the Amazon queen Sinova, and it is not clear where this myth comes from. Only there is the belief that...

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It has been said about how the name of Sinop got its origin and its final form for the first time, and various opinions have been put forward. This rumor and written interpretations have multiplied over time, with a number of letter variations and similar words emerging.

These names have passed through books, magazines and newspapers, and we will take them here because they are spoken in popular language. Now let\\\'s list some of them:

1. Sinope River God Osopos is a beaut...

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