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Gocek (Any Hotel) - AYT - Antalya Airport Transfer

There are differences between the borders of today's Antalya province and the administrative order prepared by the Ottoman Empire in the 15th and 16th centuries. In these centuries, roughly Alanya and Teke sanjaks were located in this region.

Antalya, which has changed hands frequently because of its presence on trade routes, was of great importance with its shipyard and port during the Seljuk period. Antalya, under the sovereignty of the Seljuks, was one of the most important commercial centers of the period by making important commercial activities with Cyprus. Presumably, at the end of the 13th century or at the beginning of the 14th century, this place was passed into the hands of the Hamidoğulları branch of Antalya or the Tekeogullari.

The region suffered attacks from Karamanoğulları and occasionally by some European states while it was in the hands of the Ottomans. Once again, Antalya was connected to the Anatolian province. In addition, Antalya was one of the Ottoman sancaks for a while. Şehzade Korkut served as governor from 1502 to 1511 for eight years. Korkuteli district of Antalya also took its name from the reign of Şehzade Korkut in this region.

In this region, there is no significant event except the Şahkulu Rebellion that occurred in the Ottoman administration in 1511, Celali revolts in the 16th century and Körbey rebellion. However, as a result of these uprisings, the newly conquered Modon, Koron, and the large exiles to the islands, Iran, large migrations took place. In addition, those who did some negative behavior were deported in the following years in order to settle and reconstruction of Cyprus together with the conquest of Cyprus. Such events affected the political, social, cultural and demographic structure of the region.

Geography and historical conditions played an important role in the establishment of Teke Sancağı. It was also influential in the development of this sancak since the ancient times on the important trade routes. The region was connected to the Anatolian province after the Ottoman sovereignty and continued until 19 th century. As a result of the administrative arrangement that started with the Tanzimat period, the Teke Sanjak became Karaman; In 1865, the province was connected to the province of Konya with the regulation. In this period, Teke Sanjak had five accidents with Antalya, Akseki, Alaiye and Kızılkaya. As a result of this, previously the banner of Alanya and accidents were connected to the Teke Sanjak. According to the records of 1890, it is seen that Teke Sancağı is composed of Antalya accident, which is connected to the sub-districts of İstanos, Bucak, Kızılkaya, Beşkonak, Millü, İğdir and Serik, Akseki accident connected to İbradı sub-district, Elmalı accident connected to Finike sub-district and Kaş accident. In 1902, the Teke Sanjak, Antalya, Akseki, Alanya, Elmali and Kas accidents with 11 sub-districts and 524 was composed of villages. In the last period of the Ottoman Empire, Antalya left Konya and became an independent banner.

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