Kizilcikdere is a Kirklareli village, where 622 people live according to 2012 Population Census. This area was a farm that belonged to the grandson of Sultan Abdulhamit. It was bought and set up a village by the immigrants, who came from Stara Zagora Region of Bulgaria during 1877-78 Ottoman-Russian War. At first the village was called as “Ertugrul” . Due to a lot of cornel trees that located near the village creeks, its name changed as “Kızılcıkdere” in Republic Period. ( Cornel means “Kızılcık” in turkish and Creek means “Dere” in turkish).
The people, who came from Bulgaria before 1912-13 Balkan War and who came from Romania in 1935, were placed in here.
Mainly sources of income of Kizilcikdere Village, which has a border with Yundolan, Uskup, Uskupdere, Bayramdere, Kavakdere and Asilbeyi Villages, are wheat, sunflower, hardaliye, grape molasse production; grapery and stockbreeding.
It is possible to reach other neighbour villages by using asphalt way. The Village has two ponds.
Note : It was compiled by Folklore Researcher Zekeriya KURTULMUS in 2013