Evrenli is a Vize village, where 1126 people live according to 2012 Population Census. The previous name of village was “Evren-i Kebir ( Büyük Evren) in Ottoman Era. Evrenli Village, where Greeks lived until the population exchange in 1924, was called as “Aya Yorgi” by Greeks.
Turkish immigrants, who came from Karnobat Bulgaria in 1910 and who came from Salonika Greece in 1920, were settled here. There is a tumulus, which dates from Thracians Era, in the village.
Mainly sources of income of Evrenli Village, which has a border with Cakilli, Duzova and Okcular Villages, are wheat, sunflower, corn productions, and stockbreeding.
Drinking Water Requirement of Village is provided by a spring water, which come from forest.
Note : It was compiled by Folklore Researcher Zekeriya KURTULMUS in 2013