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Abstract


THE SSALONIKI JULY 5, 1902 EARTHQUAKE
The province of Thessaloniki, which at the beginning of the 20th century had a wide range of ethnic and religious elements and was considered the metropolis of the Empire's Rumeli provinces, is one of the most risky and seismically active regions of Ottoman Macedonia in terms of seismicity. Thessaloniki is located in the Aios - Vardar seismotectonic region adjacent to Sevomacedonion mass, one of the most active seismotectonic regions of the Balkans. Five earthquakes greater than Magnitude (earthquake magnitude) M=6.0 occurred in Thessaloniki in the 20th century. The earthquake, which occurred on July 5, 1902, and whose epicenter was estimated to be the village of Assiros, was the first major earthquake to occur at the turn of the century. The Assiros earthquake is an important earthquake in the determination of the seismic activities of the Assiros-Analipsi Fault system and the Langaza-Volvi line. In researches, a variety of magnitudes up to 6.6 are given about the magnitude of the earthquake. The earthquake is very important for investigating the history of earthquakes in the province of Thessaloniki and revealing the risk map of the region. Although the earthquake that occurred on July 5, 1902 was effective in the Thessaloniki province, its main destructive effect was in Langaza and Assiros. 4 people lost their lives in the earthquake, and many houses in Langaza and Assiros villages were destroyed and ruined. Foreshocks that occurred before the main earthquake prevented further casualties. In this study, the earthquake that occurred on July 5, 1902 in Thessaloniki province and its effects will be examined. In addition, the work done by the Ottoman government and the governor of Thessaloniki on disaster management will be discussed. Keywords: Earthquake,

Keywords
Earthquake, Thessaloniki, Langaza, Assiros Village, Disaster Management


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