Historical and Touristic Places of Çankırı Province

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The tourism sector in Çankırı has not yet developed. Despite being rich in tourism, there are few accommodation and infrastructure facilities.

Çankırı Castle: It is on the Karatekin Hill in the north of the city. The Romans, the Byzantines, the Danishmendis, the Seljuks and the castle used during the Ottoman period, have a reputation for their strength. It is ruined today. Inside the castle are the remains of Romans and the tomb of Emir Karatekin from the commanders of Danishmend.

Eskipazar Castle: It was built during the Seljuk period. Today it is in ruins.

Ulu Jami: Kanuni was built by Sultan Suleyman the Magnificent Sadik Kalfa. The castle, which started construction in 1522, was completed in 1558. In 1936, the demolished civilian was demolished and lost its original structure.

İmâret Câmi: It was built by Candaroglu Kasım Bey in 1397. In 1916 he saw tamar.

Ali Bey Cemisi: Ali Bey is in the neighborhood. There are 1609 titles. Mihrab and minberi are plaster and unadorned.

Mirahor Câmii: It was built by Tüfekçibaşı Ismâil Ağa in 1797. Today is a ruin.

Taşmescid (Shifahâne): The Seljuk Sultan was built by Alâeddîn Keykubâd in 1335 as a health facility. One part is left.

There are various rock tombs in Çerkeş, Eskipazar and Ilgaz districts.

Occupation locations:
Ilgaz Mountains: The Ilgaz Mountains, which are subject to Şiirere and türküler, are a resting place covered with forests, the air of the spring and the water are very beautiful. The national park Ilgaz Mountain was built. Camlik, Nursery and Korgun; Wooded, cold and abundant waters, and clean air. There are caves carved in rocks in the village of Başdut.

Spas: Çankırı is a region rich in sanitary waters. However, some of these waters can not be used due to facility failure.

Acısu: It is located near the village of Hacımuslu 5 km north of Kursunlu. It is beneficial for diseases such as food, bowel, liver, gall bladder and pancreas. It regulates the acid-base balance of the body.

Şerafettin İçmesi: It is in Beytarla village of Eskipazar. It is useful in liver, gall bladder, pancreas, mide, bowel diseases.

Akkaya Bath: It is near the Imamlar village of Eskipazar. It is good for chronic inflammations, rheumatism and lung disorders.

Şıhlar Nezle Suyu: It is in Bozaklı village, 20 km away from the city center.

Kazancı Mayden Suyu: It is in Kazancı village of Ilgaz district. Maiden is used in the treatment of water, liver, gall bladder, gastrointestinal and intestinal disorders.

Bozan Hamamı: It is between Ilgaz district, Lower Bozan and Upper Bozan villages. It is useful for digestive system disorders.

Warmth Mâden Water: It is in the Ilislik village of Ilgaz district. It is useful in diseases of liver, intestines and gall bladder.

Rincon Sources: It is in Çavundur village of Kurşunlu district. Bathrooms are good for skin diseases.

Bayramören İçmesi: Located in the Bayramören district. It is useful for food, liver, gall bladder and bowel diseases.

Sulfur Village Source: It is in the Sulfur village connected to the Kurşunlu district. It is useful for digestive system disorders.

Melancholy Drinking: It is located near Melan Stream, 30 km away from Kurşunlu. It is useful in the treatment of digestive system and liver diseases.

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