Kayseri is an Anatolian province of Turkey. The industrial centre base, Kayseri, can be visited if you have a valid visa to enter Turkey. We do get questions like How to get a visa for Turkey? The answer is you can do this action online. Our website has application processing services which will help you to answer your important queries. The usual turnaround for visa application is less than 24 hours. Visa for Turkey once obtained is valid for 6 months.


Hittite period

Kayseri has a history of 6000 years, from 4000 BC to 2000 AD. The Hittites who came to Anatolia in 2000 BC founded Kültepe (Kaniş) city which is 22 km away from Kayseri. Kültepe is one of the biggest mounds of Kayseri ovas and the biggest mounds of Anatolia. In the excavations carried out in Karum (Pazarşehir), which is located next to Kültepe, various written tablets were found with the nail writings of this period and information about commercial relations between Assyrian merchants and Hittite locals was obtained from these tablets . Kültepe was permanently settled from 4000 BC until the end of the Roman era .

Kayseri won the title of metropolis with Law No. 3508 [3] issued in 1988 . Initially, two districts ( Kocasinan and Melikgazi ) were included in the borders of Kayseri Metropolitan Municipality . With the Law No. 5216 issued in 2004, the borders of the metropolitan municipality were enlarged to the borders of the province with a radius of 20 km, which was accepted as the center of the governorship building. [4] Within these boundaries, the remaining 5 districts, metropolitan municipalities have come to the municipality. [4] with Law No. 6360 issued in 2012, 2014 Turkey’s local elections, then the boundaries of metropolitan municipalities was provincial territorial boundaries.


According to the indices where the socio-economic developments of provinces were followed, Kayseri was in the 15th place in 1996, while indekste, which was last published in 2003 and published in May 2004, is 19th. The sequence change is -4. In both index studies, Kayseri was among the second-ranked illusions. [ citation needed ]


Industrial sites and large organized industrial zones can be considered as the infrastructure of the industrial sector. In Kayseri, close to 3500 jobs were made within the scope of CSR. There are 8 CSRs in operation. There are 3 organized industrial zones in Kayseri. 1. Mimarsinan Organize Industry and İncesu Organize Sanayi regions outside the Organized Industrial Zone started its activities in 2005. Kayseri Free Zone also has an important place in the framework of industrial infrastructure. Kayseri Free Zone, has Turkey’s largest free trade zone areas. In Kayseri Free Zone, approximately 43 facilities operate according to 2007 data. As of 2006, there are 711 industrial facilities in Kayseri 1. Organize Industry Zone. This number has reached 816 in 2013. In addition, in June of 2015,


Kayseri is a rich man who can be considered rich in terms of mine existence. Kayseri’s mine and other underground riches are as follows:

Asbestos , gold , copper , lead , zinc , iron , diatomite , phosphate , gypsum , kaolin , chrome , sand – gravel , manganese , marble , brick – tile and peat .

According to a report issued by the Ministry of Environment and Urbanism , it is stated that there are 28.2 million tons of gold reserves at the Himmetdede site, 65 km away from the city center. [26]


Kayseri is not rich in forest potential. 0.5% of assets Kayseri, Turkey’s forests. There are 107.000 hectares of forest land in Kayseri with 22.000 hectares normal and 85.000 hectares damaged.

The weakness of the forest structure also limits the production of forest products.


Agriculture; Kayseri economy comes after the industry, commerce and transportation sectors. 671,000 hectares of land is used in agriculture. This amount corresponds to 40% of provincial lands. 13% of the provincial industry is non-agricultural, 6% is meadow-pasture and 41% is forest shrubbery. 48% of the arable land is devoted to cereal cultivation and 42% is left in custody. The cluster is divided into legumes, industrial plants, oilseeds, tubers, vegetables and fruit.

150,000 hectares of 607,000 hectares of irrigable land can be economically watered. Irrigation projects are under construction because the yield in irrigated agriculture will increase 5-6 times while the irrigation capacity is increasing.


Kayseri sheep and cattle farming potential in Turkey is close to the average ovine cattle is more developed compared to the potential. Poultry presence is twice the average level of Turkey. In Akkışla province of Kayseri, there are 110.000 small cattle and 13.000 bovine animals with official figures, which is a big number for a district with a population of 7,000.

Among the animal products produced in Kayseri, monetary value is first order meat, second order milk and third order eggs. White meat is the fourth main product.

In Kayseri, freshwater fisheries are also developing continuously.


The history of Kayseri’s trade and economy dates back to the Middle East. During the period when the city was called Mazaka, it was the only center of the world’s economy and trade. Newly discovered documents by the first organized industrial Kayseri in Turkey and in the world Sisters-i Rum ( Ahi Evren ‘s founded by the Sisters of Anatolia) was founded by. This information, Bacıyan-ı Rumdocumented by the producer Nuh Mete Deniz, who made the documentary in Kayseri, documented and presented to scientists. In the same way, Kayseri is very important in terms of the two-way connection between industrialization and urbanization and the income and employment it creates. It has an important place in the development of the existing commercial life in Kayseri with its industrial structure and potential of agriculture and animal husbandry.

Kayseri’s industrial production capacity and diversity have also improved foreign trade. Approximately two billion dollars are exported. There are more than 20,000 businesses dealing with trade. Banking also developed in Kayseri.


Football Super League from Kayserispor represents the city. In the city, there are 32,863 spectators of all seats in Kayseri Kadir Has City Stadium with all seats closed and all seats .

In Basketball , women are represented by AGU sports, who are fighting in the first league. AGU sports games are held in Kadir Has Sports Hall with a capacity of 7,500 spectators .

Kickboks-Muay Thai-Wushu Uğur Can Bayazit Kayseril who is a national athlete in 3 branches.

Kayseri Birlikspor city represents amateur sporda and athletics. In Talas, there is Kayseri İsmail Hakkı Güngör Wrestling Training Center . [30]

Bellano AG , 2016-17 basketball season in women in Turkey Cup was the 2nd.

AGU , the EuroCup Women basketball on the 2016-17 season has become Europe 2nd .

At the end of the 2017-2018 season, Kayserispor is the 9th in the football super league. Basketball women are ranked 10th in AGU Spor Super League. There are 3 teams in Football 3rd League and Bal and 4 teams in Football Women 3rd. There are also 7 teams in basketball, volleyball and handball 2.liges.

3rd Division of the football team of Kayseri Erciyesspor, Turkey Cup 2nd round in Nevsehir Gençlikspor is eliminated. In Kayserispor , Van BŞB is in 3rd place, Yesil Bursa AŞ is in 4th grade, and Eyüpspor is in 5th grade. 6th Round (last 16 rounds) will meet with Antalyaspor

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