ABOUT AKÇAABAT
Akcaabat, on the Eastern Black Sea region, is a city that has valuable natural features. It is one of the Black Sea's natural harbors. Its climate is a mixture of the Black Sea and the Mediterranean. This is why it is the only place where tobacco can be grown. Besides, due to the climate's convenience, both olive and citrus along with a variety of vegetables and fruits can be grown here. The biggest fair of the vicinity is found in Akcaabat.
YAVUZ SULTAN SELIM
Selim I, the great Turkish sultan, served as the governor of Trabzon for 22 years between 1489 and 1511.
ABOUT ARSİN
Town center is located on the seaboard and has a slope land. Depending on the biome, summers are cool and winters are warm. Temperate climate dominates the area. It was established on the Trabzon-Rize coast line which is 20km east of Trabzon Province. It is surrounded by Araklı on the East, Yomra on the West, the Black Sea on the North and Yagmurdere township of Gumushane on the South. It has 7km seacoast with the Black Sea.
ABOUT DERNEKPAZARI
Hence the very old ages, the history of Dernekpazari is parallel with the Eastern Black Sea Region which contains this county within its borders.
A PAVILION WHERE ATATURK GAVE AWAY HIS ASSETS TO THE NATION
Constructed as a summer residence by Konstantin Kabayanidis in the early 19th century, the pavilion lies on the ridge of Soğuksu which overlooks Trabzon. The building reflects the influence of European and West Renaissance Architecture, and large and splendid European symbols were used for decorative purposes. Stonework was used on the exterior side and interior part is made of bricks; however, stairs are wooden, and have ban isters.
THE VALLEY THAT CARRIES ON THE NAME OF ZAGNOS PASHA
Located inbetween Zagnos Bridge and Kahramanmaras Street, Zagnos Valley is adjacent to the historical Zagnos Bastion. Zagnos Valley Urban Transformation Project is being executed here.
ABOUT YOMRA
The date of foundation of Yomra is similar to that of Trabzon. With the conquest of Trabzon in 26 October 1461, by Mehmed II, the last remaining non-Turkish land in Anatolia joined the Ottoman Empire. From this date on the invasion of the Eastern part of Trabzon was led by the tutor of Prince Bayezid (the son of Mehmet II), Lala Hizir Bey. It was by his efforts that Yomra became part of the Empire. Hizir Bey is also the first mayor of Trabzon.
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ALACAHAN
ABOUT ÇAYKARA
ABOUT KÖPRÜBAŞI
ORTAHİSAR MOSQUE
SUMELA MONASTERY
GULBAHARHATUN MOSQUE AND MAUSOLEUM
THE LIVING CORE OF TRABZON: ORTAHISAR NEIGHBORHOOD
A JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF THE EARTH: CAL CAVE
ABOUT TONYA
ABOUT SÜRMENE
ERDOĞDU BEY MOSQUE
THE ARSENAL
ÇAKIRGÖL PLATEAU
THE LAKE THAT WAS WITNESSED AS IT WAS FORMED: SERA
YOROZ LIGHTHOUSE
THE FORTRESS OF TRABZON
HIDIRNEBİ PLATEAU
NEMLİZADE MANSION
A LONG AND GREEN LAKE IN THE BLACK SEA’S ALPES: UZUNGOL
A BREATH OF LIFE WITHIN THE SPRUCE FORESTS: KAYABASI PLATEAU
HAPSİYAŞ BRIDGE
ABOUT VAKFIKEBİR
CEVDET SUNAY MUSEUM HOUSE
ABOUT DÜZKÖY
ZAĞNOS PASHA BRIDGE
ÇARŞI MOSQUE
KUŞTUL MONASTERY
ABOUT OF
İSKENDERPASHA MOSQUE
SANTA MARIA CHURCH
HARMANTEPE PLATEAU
THE PLATEAU OF MARTYRS: SULTAN MURAD
ABOUT BEŞİKDÜZÜ
AHİ EVREN DEDE MOSQUE AND MAUSOLEUM
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