Babakale History
Babakale Castle
Babakale Mosque
Babakale Bath
Babakale Wellspring
Babakale Port
Babakale Lighthouse
Babakale Certificate
Babakale Knives
How To Go To Babakale
Latif Baba Mausoleum
At the extreme end of Asia
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Here there is Babakale village, we are accept every our guests which come here from far and send love from Babakale. When you stand facing to the sea, you can feel that behind you the vast Asian continent. And you stand on this very point of the Aegean say "Hello". When you're standing at the edge where...>>>

The whole history of
Babakale started since
1723 During a storm at sea Sultan Ahmet III and his
team stayed in the village. Local people knew that the Sultan has the power and decided to ask help from
him that he helped them to solve a problem..>>>
Babakale Castle
Babakale castle occupies a special place in the history of the Ottoman Empire. Because this is the last castle which was built during the Ottoman Empire. As a local people say that when construction of castle began immediately started building of castle in the same plane in Midili island Molivos town. Every evening litghs of .....>>
Babakale Mosque
In written sources the Babakale mosque, indicated that the mosque was built in 1725 by captain Derya Mustafa Pasha. On the east and west sides have arched doorway to the mosque with a rectangular plan. The walls of the courtyard built of stones. The walls are covered in the form of caps and decorated in the form of a hedgehog. During the restoration the.. >>
Babakale Knives
At one time there was a store 18th of master of knife. Today, only two families continue this business. History of the creation of knives begins since 1700. The Ottoman empire was in desperate need of a good sword, and then were brought of master from Kazakhstan. Since then, this skills was passed from father to son. Knives made in >>
Latif Baba Mausoleum
According to the legend that is described in the book Piri Reisin Kitab, the officer who served in the Ottoman fleet has nicknamed "peksimet yemez" (turkish word) when he have been walk there with his crew he died and was buried here. Since then, when sailors is coming here , they throw pieces of stale bread to mausoleum’s side for good luck. Evliya Çelebi...>>