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Mugla is a province of Turkey and the most crowded twenty-fourth city. By 2016, it has a population of 923,773. In the Aegean Region, a small part of its territory is a settlement that is famous for its holiday regions such as Ortaca, Dalaman, Köyceğiz, Fethiye, Marmaris, Milas, Datça and Bodrum. It has 13 districts.
Muğla, which is one of the oldest settlements of the Ancient Kareya region, was initially dominated by the native Celts of Anatolia, followed by the Egyptian, Assyrian and Scythian occupations in part and in short periods, and occasionally by the Hellenistic colonization movement on the coast. First Medlar, then Persians took Muğla under his administration and managed the region through a satrap. With the arrival of the armies of Alexander the Great, the Muğla region was ruled by a Karya satrap.
The theses related to 'Karya' originating from a commander named 'Kar' led to the tribes coming to the region in 3400 BC. Karya district, which was known as Karya during the ages and where Söke, Aydin, Nazilli started in the north and Dalaman Çayının was launched into the sea in the north, was adjacent to the Lydians in the north, Lykiaans in the south, and Phrygians in Anatolia.
Their tribes penetrated the Kariya region in a very long period starting from the shores. Helen colonization started with Knidos (the tip of the Datça peninsula) and Halikarnas (Bodrum), and Telmessos, Xantos, Patara (Dalaman), Stratonikea (Yatağan Eskihisar), Nakrasa (Karakuyu), Akassos (Bozüyük) Minare) and Tlos (Eşen) cities were established.
Alexander the Great, who came to Karya in 334 BC, encountered a struggle for a reign of sisterhood, which emerged with the withdrawal of the Persians. Ada and his brother and husband Hidrieus and Mausolus and their sister and wife Artemisia were opposed by the rebellion of the other brother Piksodaros and therefore they were taken to Alinda to the north. He sent Alinda's keys to Alexander the Great and asked him to accept him as his mother. Alexander accepted this request and brought the island to the Satan of Karya. However, the following year, when İskender was transferred to Likya, Piksodaros ablaze satrap instead of Ada. The appointment of Alexander's treasurer, Filotas, to the satrapy did not constitute an order, and as Alexander moved away, the region fell into a period of anarchy that lasted until Pergamum and Roman rule (nearly two centuries). In 395, when the Roman Empire was divided into two, Karya remained in the Byzantine Empire.
Muğla province is very rich in terms of historical remains and there are 103 ruins in its borders.
Muğla, kadi is a region that has hosted civilizations and preserves its importance in every period. It is not clear where Karya was captured by the civilizations before the Islamic domination, and where the name of the region receiving the name of the Hinge after the Islamic domination got its name from. Evliya Çelebi, Traveling in the name of the Muğla name
A great battle took place in the year (...) and the Menteşe son Darahikey Veziri Muğlı Bey conquered the hands of the Greek kefer. Muğlı Bey Mahan saw Muhammad in his country in his dream and later accepted Islam in his presence. After conquering the Mugla Castle, the name of this city began to be called Muğla. In Persian, 'Muğ' means kafir. Muğlu Bey has made many services since joining Muslims and has joined many journals. 
Evliya Çelebi, Muğla wrote the source of the name in this way, but this information has not been verified. Most likely the name of Muğla came from the disruption of Mobolla, which is an ancient name. Although the name Mobolla is 'Mogola' during the later Turkish domination  It is stated as 'Mobella' in the 1307 (1889)
There is no important information about when the first settlements started in Muğla. However, it is known that the city was formerly part of the area called Inner Karya. Considering that Karya is a civilization known as Hittites in 2000 BC, it can be said that settlement in Mugla goes back to these dates. In some sources it is written that Hittites were first settled in this area. The city, which was occupied by Phrygia, Lydia, Persia, Macedonian, Pergamon Kingdom and Roman dominance, entered the Turkish sovereignty for the first time in 1284 by Menteşe Bey.
This first Ottoman domination in Muğla, which was entered into the Ottoman rule by Yıldırım Beyazıd in 1391, became temporary and the city was taken by Timur in 1402 and finally finally connected to the Ottoman state during the 2nd Murat era in 1425. The political prosperity of the city increased even more during the Ottoman period, because while the administrative center of this region was Milas during the period of Menteşe Beylik, the Ottoman state chose Mugla as the administrative center of this new fence.
Muğla remained a small city closed to the outside during the Ottoman period. Muğla was occupied by Italy on May 11, 1919 when the territories of the Ottoman Empire defeated by World War I were shared by the Entente States. During the occupation of Anatolia Kocahan rally was held in Muğla and Muğla, like all Anatolian cities, was declared to be resistant to these occupations. On top of this, resistance committees such as the Vatan Müdafaa Cemiyeti, Serdengeçtiler Müfrezesi, Muğla Nationalist Nation were established in the city. The city, which sent six deputies to the first term assembly opened in Ankara in 1920, took advantage of the fact that the Italians were not active in the city and participated in resistance activities against the Greek occupation that started during Menderes. In the Aegean 57, the volunteers who joined with the rest of the people gave heavy losses to the enemy in the Aydın conflicts. Among the Aegean provinces, Muğla was the province that gave the highest number of martyrs during the occupation. Mugla people cautiously assessed the Italian politics based on the idea of economic domination in the Greek and the occupied regions, while the internal situation was messy. Italy, who realized that the situation in Anatolia was getting worse, left the Mugla on July 5, 1921, claiming the internal political fluctuations in his country after winning the 2nd İnönü Victory.
In the administrative structure after the foundation of the Republic, the city, which is the administrative center of the province of Muğla, has not developed since it does not have mountainous structure and convenient connection roads to the outside. Muğla, which has been developing for years with the mobility of being only the provincial center, has started to open and develop in recent years especially with the opening of the university, the establishment of new industrial zone and the increase of tourism activities.
With the law numbered 6360 issued in 2012, the metropolitan municipality with its provincial boundaries was established in Muğla and started to work in the metropolitan municipality after the 2014 Turkish local elections
Mugla is under the influence of Mediterranean climate. In the Menteşe region where the city of Muğla is located, the mountains are parallel to the sea. 800 m. 'Mediterranean Mediterranean Climate' and 'Mediterranean Mountain Climate' in higher areas. Maximum-minimum temperature values, humidity, precipitation amount and dominant wind directions vary according to local geographical conditions. Mugla, which receives more than 1000 mm of rainfall per square meter, is one of the richest regions of Turkey in terms of forest ratio. However, the great majority of precipitation falls in winter and summer drought is evident. As a consequence of the fact that the mountains extend parallel to the sea and increase in the region compared to the Aegean region in general, transportation becomes more difficult in the east-west direction and the population becomes less frequent.
Located on the southwestern tip of Turkey, Aydın is surrounded by Denizli and Burdur to the north, neighbor to Antalya to the east, Mediterranean to the south and Aegean to the west.
Muğla, with a total length of 1479 km, is the province of Turkey's long coastline.Fethiye, the largest province to become a province. There are also two large lakes in the province of Muğla. These are Lake Bafa, which spreads within the boundaries of Söke district of Milas and Aydın, and Köyceğiz Lake in Köyceğiz district. The three major rivers are the Çine River (Yatağan Stream passing through Yatağan), the Dalaman Stream located between Esen Stream (Seki Stream passing through Seki City) and Ortaca-Dalaman and considered as the border between these two districts.
Mugla is located at the skirts of Mount Asar, which is 670 m high from the sea and has an interesting appearance as a flat rock mass on top. Muğla Plain is one of the depressions formed by the subsequent karstification of the depressions formed during the Neogene age in the Menteşe limestone platos. The neighboring plains with similar geological structure to the Muğla plain are Yeşilyurt, Ula, Gülağzı, Yerkesik, Akkaya, Çamköy and Yenice plains. Muğla Plain is surrounded by Montenegro, Kızıldağ, Asar mountain and Hamursuz Mountain. The altitude increases rapidly behind the slopes where Düğerek is founded, and the Yılanlı Mountain in the Menteşe Mountains chain reaches 2000 meters.
Muğla, known for its holiday regions such as Ortaca, Dalaman, Fethiye, Marmaris, Datça and Bodrum, welcomed 2,285,258 people in January-September 2007 period, increasing by 9% compared to the same period of 2006.
There is also a military and civil airport in Dalaman. The availability of an airport terminal with an annual capacity of 10 million is an important opportunity for transportation from abroad.
Muğla extends from Bodrum to Seydikemer and there is no problem in city transportation. Vehicle-free transportation is possible from the old districts to the bazaar. Only the Kötekli, Yeniköy, TOKI, Gülağzı, OSB, Menteşe and Akçaova are needed to reach the newly established neighborhoods and Karabağlar.
Muğla has developed highway connections due to its close proximity to world famous tourism centers. The major roads coming from major cities like Istanbul, Ankara and Izmir and from other parts of the country reach Marmaris, Fethiye and Bodrum and pass through the highways of Muğla. The D 320, D 400 and D 550 highways start or end in Mugla. It is possible to reach Muğla directly to other cities of Turkey. In addition, buses and minibuses are regularly operated in the districts, especially in summer.