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Kinik Belediyesi

« Kinik Belediyesi » takes part in the European Local Democracy Week - a paneuropean event coordinated by the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the Council of Europe - as « Partner city »

The name of the town comes from the Kınık tribe, one of the 24 Oghuz tribes. The first settlement dates back to two centuries ago. After the people were given the right to own private property during the reign of Sultan Mahmut II, some of the villagers migrated from Mudasun (Gökdere) village of Koyulhisar, some from Hubyar Village and others from Beğdün Village of Sivas. In a book prepared by the District Governor of Almus about the settlements of the district, it is stated that Kınık Town was founded in the 1700s. Kınık town is in the east of Tokat province, 45 km from Tokat. It is located in the south of the town of Almus and 11 km. away. There are Kapıcı and Karadere villages in the east, Cevreli (Muhat) town in the west, Almus dam in the north, and Çal Mountain with the hight of 1900 meters, which is connected to the Dumanlı mountain range in the South. The town was established on the northern skirts of the Çalı Mountain. Kınık Town consists of 5 neighborhoods. Kınık Municipality adopts common universal morals such as democracy, pluralism, rule of law, human rights and freedoms, equality of men and women, justice and respect for differences. The idea of "full solidarity" expressed by the founders of European idealism can be achieved by the "Pan-European" approach in every sense and thorough spreading the sense of unity to all dimensions of the European continent. Democracy, freedom, respect for human rights and human dignity, solidarity, equality opportunity, gender equality and social justice are our common values and we must protect these them.

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The name of the town comes from the Kınık tribe, one of the 24 Oghuz tribes. The first settlement dates back to two centuries ago. After the people were given the right to own private property during the reign of Sultan Mahmut II, some of the villagers migrated from Mudasun (Gökdere) village of Koyulhisar, some from Hubyar Village and others from Beğdün Village of Sivas. In a book prepared by the District Governor of Almus about the settlements of the district, it is stated that Kınık Town was founded in the 1700s. Kınık town is in the east of Tokat province, 45 km from Tokat. It is located in the south of the town of Almus and 11 km. away. There are Kapıcı and Karadere villages in the east, Cevreli (Muhat) town in the west, Almus dam in the north, and Çal Mountain with the hight of 1900 meters, which is connected to the Dumanlı mountain range in the South. The town was established on the northern skirts of the Çalı Mountain. Kınık Town consists of 5 neighborhoods. Kınık Municipality adopts common universal morals such as democracy, pluralism, rule of law, human rights and freedoms, equality of men and women, justice and respect for differences. The idea of "full solidarity" expressed by the founders of European idealism can be achieved by the "Pan-European" approach in every sense and thorough spreading the sense of unity to all dimensions of the European continent. Democracy, freedom, respect for human rights and human dignity, solidarity, equality opportunity, gender equality and social justice are our common values and we must protect these them.

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