İbrâhim Paşa Câmii: It was built by Ibrahim Pasha in 1800. It is also known by the name of Middle Cypriot. The original mihrab of the flat roof with no architectural features moved to Selimiye Mosque. Minaret is a double honorific.
Hamîdiye Câmii: The district governor was built in 1891 by Cerdanzâde Mir Mehmed Ali Bey. The government is known by its name. It’s a double minare.
Yalı Câmii: It was rebuilt by Hacı Hasan Efendi in 1894 on the burning of the city which was built during the time of the first foundation of the city. It is also known as Azîziye Câmii, located on the seashore.
Selimiye Câmii: The castle that started in 1926, however, worship was opened in 1956. The Mihrabı Seljuk is an example of a figurative art.
Eskipazar Harâbeleri: A castle and two baths in the village Eskipazar Hacı Emiroğulları remained in the headquarters. These historical works, which are the oldest Turkish buildings in the region, are very ruinous. This is the old name of the village Bayramlı Kasabası.
Antiquities: Hoynat Castle; It’s in the township of Thursday. It belongs to ancient times. BolamanKalesi: It is near Fatsa. Ünye Castle: It is in Ünye. It’s on the hill. It goes down 400 steps to the water passing under the hill. Kurtuluş Castle: It is located in the province of Thursday and the basic stones remain. Çıngırlı Kaya: It is the remains of the castle on the hill on the mission deity, 5 km away from Fatsa. Kevgurk Castle: It is 30 km distance to Akkuş district. Ordu Old Closed Cezayevi: An old church. Bozukkale Harâbeleri: The artifacts belong to the times before the conquest of the Turks. Yason Harâveleri: The ruins of Yason are the remains of a great city. Maiden’s Tower: It’s in Fatsa. Monastery and castle ruins: in the village of Dumlupinar in Fatsa. Suleyman Pasha palace Harâbeleri: It is in Ünye.
Mesîre places: All parts of Ordu province where the sea and the forest are merged are characteristic of the promenade. The facilities are naturally beach-friendly. The main places of residence are:
Boztepe: Boztepe to the south of the city center is 450 m high. From top to bottom, the city is seen as complete. The view is very beautiful and covered with pine trees.
İnönü Caves: Fatsa is at the edge of the steep and steep rocks in the province.
Cambasi Plateau: It is located at a distance of 61 km from the city center and at a height of 1850 m from the sea. There are tourist facilities. It is a very nice place to rest in the summer months.
Spas and Drinks: The Army is also rich in sanitary water resources. There is no facility in one part. The main spas are these.
Sarmaşık Kaplıcası: It is in Bolaman village bounded by the province of Fatsa. There are facilities. Bath and rheumatic diseases are beneficial to mite, intestines and kidney diseases by drinking.
Şıhman İçmesi: It is located near Şıhman village of Gölköy district. Drinking water without facilities is good for mood disorders, urinary tract and kidney diseases.
In the researches and excavations of the historians, the first settlement traces of the Army and its surroundings were seen to extend to the 15th millennium BC. B.C. In the 2nd millennium, Halipler, who came from the inner parts of Eastern Anatolia to the Black Sea region, settled in mountainous regions. For a long time, this tribe of their wealth in this region advanced in the art of mining and made excellent weapons from bronze. According to the characteristic of the ceremony, there is not much work left from the remnants of this kavun that use wooden material. However, in the Eskipazar region, the name of the settlement of the former Seljuk period, known as Bayramlı, is named Halipia in 1398. With the capture of Samsun by Yıldırım Beyazıt, Halipia emirate Giresun Fatihi Hacı Emirzade Suleyman Bey accepted Ottoman rule and left the region to the Ottoman Empire. Army province BC In I. Hittite dominance has entered into the borders. Kotyora is VIII. It was founded by the Miletians in the 16th century. Although it is stated that the city is today Bozukkale location, the castle is small and XI. It is nothing more than a centuries-old barracks. No archaeological finds were found in the surroundings to prove the existence of the city. It is likely that the ancient Kotyora is again seen in the vicinity of Bayramli in Delikkaya and its numerous archaeological sites in this region. Army lands were also the scene for Medler and Persians. B.C. The arrival of the ancient city of Ordu during the Ric’ati of 10 thousand in the year 400 and the formation of the famous festivals of the Ksennefon are important historical events. The army province went under Roman and Byzantine rule in later periods and between the years 1204-1264 it remained within the borders of Kommenus territory. XIII. Ordu, located within the boundaries of the Seljuk State in the 16th century, Century Ottoman rule has entered. While Army District was an accident connected to Trabzon province until 1920, on 17 April 1920, Fatsa accident connected to Canik Sancağ, also to Central Army, was connected to Ordu.