Dolhan is a Kirklareli village, which was one of the glebes of Padishah during the Ottoman Era. 806 people live in here according to 2012 Population Census . The People, who came from Plovdiv Region of Bulgaria and Salonika Region of Greece during 1877-78 Ottoman-Russian War and in 1934 were placed in Dolhan.
The Source of Village Name : It is a folk wisdom that once upon a time there was a rich widow(widow means “DUL” in turkish) in village and she had a inn (inn means “HAN” in turkish). For this reason the name of village was known as “DULHAN” . It turned in to “DOLHAN” in time.
Mainly sources of income of Dolhan Village, which has a border with Pasayeri, Koyunbaba, Büyük Gerdelli, Keramettin, Yoguntas and Kayali Villages, are wheat, sunflower, corn production and stockbreeding.
It is possible to reach other neighbour villages by using asphalt way. The Village has a pond that used for providing water requirement of livestocks.
Note : It was compiled by Folklore Researcher Zekeriya KURTULMUS in 2013