Basics of Cultural Tourism in Bafr-1 Transport Conference: Ondokuz Mayıs University (OMU) A conference titled konferans Fundamentals of Cultural Tourism in Bafra-1: Transportation de was held at Bafra Tourism Faculty.
Prof. Dr. Bafra Şevket Aşçı presented a lecture at the Faculty of Tourism. Dr. The importance of the way of Kızılırmak valley between Vezirköprü-Bafra with the vision of Cevat Yılmaz and Vevköy-Bafra between Vezirköprü and Bafra. and about the history of the lighthouse gave information about the past stories.
Professor Dr. Cevdet Yılmaz, kadar Starting from the center of Bafra, today's 19 extends to the north of May district, to the Kumcağız pier located at the seaside of the former name of Engiz Neighborhood. The other name of this route which is about 27 km long is 'Bafra - Engiz Dekovil Line'. Bafra -Engiz Dekovil Line is one of the most important private enterprise investments built in Samsun in the early years of the Republic.
The beginning story of Bafra - Engiz Railway begins in 1929 in the western part of the city center of Bafra with the foundation of a lumber mill on the banks of the Kızılırmak River in today's Fatih District. The owner of the factory that day's conditions, Turkey's leading contractors of the 'Republic's owner and businessman Emin Sazak Construction Eskişehir. The construction is completed in two years and the factory goes into production. In those years, there is no alternative to seaway to deliver the finished goods to domestic and foreign markets as there are no highways. The closest and most suitable pier for this is Kumcağız. The construction of a railway line between Bafra and Kumcağız Pier is thus on the agenda. Attempts are made to do this, and the government is asked for an allocation and the government agrees. The Dekovil line was built for the purpose of supplying the sea products to the domestic and foreign markets through the production of the finished goods produced in the Bafra Timber Factory. Because Bafra Timber Factory is not composed of a single unit, it consists of a large system starting from the Kunduz Forests and ending at the Kumizagağ Pier in the Engiz. Çünkü
How was the finished product manufactured in the factory exported?
Yılmaz continued: a The products produced at the factory were transported to the Kumcağız Pier with the decovil line and then sent to the domestic and foreign markets by ships. The highways in Turkey until their transfer to the cargo and goods xnumx'l the year that began to develop in various ways and methods have been tried. Although mainly human and animal power is used, sometimes the nature of the opportunities is not neglected and these are also evaluated. One of them is the transfer of logs from forests to forests where they are needed by using water power. About 1950 is the part of one of the most beautiful examples of this activity which took place on the pages of history and took place between the Vezirköprü and Bafra districts in Samsun. Transfer of timber cuts from Kösedağ and Kunduz Forests between Vezirköprü, Sinop's Boyabat and Osmancık districts of Sinop to Bafra which is operating in Bafra through castings or rafts in Kızılırmak. It is discussed.
At the end of the conference, Prof.Dr. Dr. Cevdet Yılmaz gave a plaque dean Prof. Dr. Halil İbrahim Zeybek, acak The first of the conference series, which will be part of the 2016-2017 academic year. Dr. We did it with our Cevdet Yılmaz teacher. They told us about the transportation of cultural tourism in Bafra. They are the best living human geographer in our eyes. I would like to thank my teacher for their contributions. H
Mayor of the Conference Zihni Şahin, Dean Prof. Dr. Halil İbrahim Zeybek, District Health Director Aytaç Akın, lecturers and students attended.