Akköy

Akköy

Akkoy is a village with a population of 612 residents. There is no information about the origin of the name of the village. The only information about the history of the village is that it is linked with the Ottoman Empire under Sultan Süleyman and one of his sons is thought to be buried in the village.

The village is 50 km from Canakkale and 4 km away from the town of Ezine.

The village economy is based on agriculture, predominantly livestock farming; along with pottery making and brick making. A brick making factory can be found in the village. There is also olive oil production which is growing in importance for the village.

The current Muhtar ( Village Head ), elected in 2009 is Ömer Manav.

There is a primary school in the village. The village benefits from mains sewer and water supply. There is also a Post Office ( PTT ) agency and a health centre. The roads which lead to the village are tarmac. Telephone and Electricity utilities direct to the village.

[sgmap w=”500″ h=”500″ z=”11″ addr=”Akkoy,Canakkale”]

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  1. Trackback: Ezine Town | Tavakli Village

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