|About Suluova||Geri Dön|
The region, which was called bölge Arguma ”(Sulakyurt) in the early years of Christ, became a parish with the name uca Suluca 190 in 1902. In 1946 it was renamed “Suluova.. History of Suluova BC It dates back to 2000s.
According to the inventory of the excavations carried out in Kümbettepe in the “Doğukent” district, the district dates back to the Chalcolithic Age and the Hittite Period. Seljuk period in the Turkish administration (sovereignty) girmistir.1386 in the Ottoman administration passed.
Suluova, a village formerly known as Alevi, became a suburb in 1902 under the name Suluca. After that, the population increased rapidly and after the construction of the Sugar Factory in 1954, it became a district under the name of Suluova. Previously, this region was known as a swamp and wetland plain, but a community that does not exceed 6-7 families lived. Even the places known as swamps have created important agricultural and settlement units and the main factor in the increase of the population was the drying of the swamps over time and thus the construction of the Sugar Factory. .
24 km from the city center. Suluova is located in the west away from the transportation problem. Ankara-Amasya highways pass in the city center.
Suluova’s climate and vegetation; Since it is located between the continental climate of Central Anatolia and the climate of the Black Sea Region, it has transitional climate characteristics. Precipitation is most common in spring and winter. The highest average temperature was 21.5 degrees in July and the lowest monthly temperature was 2.2 degrees in January. The vegetation in our district is covered with forests starting from the skirts of Akdağ. In the mountains extending to the northwest, the forests are becoming weaker. The highest mountain is Akdağ (2044 mt.). Pine, hornbeam and oak trees form the forest cover. Vegetation in the plain consists of orchards, poplar and willow trees.
The district center, which has a rich lignite source, has shown a rapid development with the establishment of the Sugar Factory in 1954.
The economy of the district is based on agriculture and animal husbandry. In addition, the factories in the district contribute to the regional economy. Livestock, onion, sugar beet and coal mines are the main sources of livelihood.
The district has important natural beauties. Yedikuğular Bird Paradise (Yedikır Dam), Covered Forest Nursery and Recreation Facilities, Gani Baba, Rainbow Waterfall, Mostar, Çağlayan bridge, a few of them are
Cultural Structure of Suluova:
Our district of Amasya province, 25 kilometers away from the center, consists of 38 villages, 1 town, 1 hamlet. There are 19 Neighborhoods in the town center. 2/3 of the villages are lowland villages. The village is 1/3 forest and mountain. The settlement of the villages is collective. Kolay, Akören, Oğulbağı and Derebaşalan villages are among our big villages. Due to its proximity to the district center, Oğulbağı and Kolay villages are partly connected with the district center. Eraslan, the only town in our district, is managed by the municipal organization.
It is possible to see the folkloric characteristics of different regions of Turkish Culture at the same time in the district center. It is seen that the people coming to our district from different regions of our country have fused together with the characteristics of their own regions in the last 30-40 years and they have formed a common folkloric feature.
In our region, the increase in the needs of people, the necessity to increase production has reduced leisure time. Onion, cereal, sugar beet, potatoes, sunflower production, animal husbandry studies, because there are studies that constantly want to work, play and entertainment is not enough time, even in primary school children are seen to fall.
Different weddings of different regions are carried out at weddings. Sinsin, Fanzara, Pleasant Bracelet, Sailboat, Lame Girl, School, Dotted, Mahir Sergeant, Temiraga, Semah etc. games are being played. Since most of the cereals, sunflowers and poppies are produced in our region, our dishes are mainly meat and vegetables. Tarhana soup, bulgur pilaf, keskek, splitting soup, stuffed bean pods and poppy buns are among the dishes made in the region.
Demographic Structure of Suluova:
According to the results of the address-based population registration system in 2007, the total population of the district is 47.428. Of the total population, 37,235 live in the district center and 10,193 live in the villages. The population determined in 2008 is 47.925 in total, 37.266 in the center and 10.689 in the villages. 23,927 of this population is male and 24,028 is female.
With the establishment of the sugar factory, Suluova has grown immensely from all over the country, and the majority of the district's population is from those from other districts (Taşova, Ladik, Gümüşhacıköy, Kavak, Zile, Vezirköprü) and those who migrate from Kars, Erzurum, Gümüşhane, Sivas and the Black Sea Region. . Amasya Sugar Factory, Meat-Fish Institution and Coal quarries activity, onion production and animal husbandry development, 1960, 1970,1975 general population census, a rapid population growth was detected in the district center. The economic crisis that started after 1975 also affected our district and the industry