Develi is a Vize village, where 130 people live according to 2012 Population Census. Turkish immigrants, who came from Kardzhali Region of Bulgaria in 1927, bought this land from a greek widow , who lived and owned a farm here, and set up this village. Some other turkish immigrants, who came from Kardzhali in 1935 and 1951, settled down in here.
There were a lot of camel inns in this village, when it was first set up. So it was called as “Develi”. ( “Camel” means “Deve” in turkish)
Mainly sources of income of Develi Village, which has a border with Vize Town, Hasbuga, Topcukoy and Cavuskoy Villages, are wheat, sunflower, productions, and stockbreeding.
It is possible to reach other neighbour villages by using asphalt way. Drinking Water Requirement of Village is provided by a spring water, which come from Pazarli. The Village has about 2000 decare forestland and also several ponds that used for providing water to livestocks.
Note : It was compiled by Folklore Researcher Zekeriya KURTULMUS in 2013