Çanakkale is located at the entrance of the Dardanelles, which connects the Aegean and Marmara Seas.
Aynalı Bazaar’s (Aynalı Çarşı) name is also mentioned in folk songs. It is located on the Çarşı Street in the center of Çanakkale, and is one of the important symbols of the city. The written history of the Bazaar dates back to the Ottoman Sultan Abbülhamid in the 19th century.
Studies reveal that Çanakkale ceramics can be dated back to the 17th century. In addition to functional tools and equipment, decorative items have also been produced from past to present.
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The story of the Çanakkale Folk Song is derived from a letter. The letter was written by Seyfullah, brother of Emrullah Nutku, who is the author of the book “A Glance at the Glorious History of Çanakkale”.
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Since Çanakkale hosts the Dardanelles Strait, which provides the passage from the Aegean Sea to the Marmara Sea due to its geographical location, it has a very wide coastline.