Cendere, Nallıhan

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"Çandar" redirects here. For the family that takes its name from the village, see Çandarlı family. For the town named after the family, see Çandarlı.
"Cendere" redirects here. For the bridge also known as Cendere Bridge, see Severan Bridge.
Country  Turkey
Province Ankara Province
District Nallıhan
Time zone EET (UTC+2)
 • Summer (DST) EEST (UTC+3)

Cendere (historically known as Çandar) is a village in the District of Nallıhan, Ankara Province, Turkey.[1]

Despite its small size today, during the early days of the Ottoman Empire, Cendere (then named Çandar) was an important town, and the politically powerful and wealthy Çandarlı family originated from the village, as did the first Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire, Alaeddin Pasha.

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Coordinates: 40°11′36″N 31°07′21″E / 40.1934°N 31.1226°E / 40.1934; 31.1226