Turhal is a county in Tokat city that is located in the Yeşilrmak basin, which connects Central Anatolia to the Black Sea and Eastern Anatolia. It has been known that the province has been known by the names Pontus Galatikus, Ustus Polemoniakus, and Komona Pontiki in ancient times. In Turhal Castle, two inscriptions that were written in the Sumerian alphabet were found recently which is proving that the district's history goes back 5000 years. Turhal Castle, Kaymakam Fountain, Kesikbas Mosque, Ahi Yusuf and Ali Baba tombs are the attractions of the district.