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.
ABOUT ARAKLI
Similar to other counties in the Eastern Black Sea region, the pre-history of Arakli has not been clarified with archeological excavations either.
ZAĞNOS PASHA BRIDGE
Zağnospaşa Bridge links the Zindan Gate with the İmaret Gate. It has two arches, one on top of the other. Roman and Byzantine work manship is observed on piers of the bridge. Historic records mention about the existence of a wooden drawbridge on the site of this bridge. Researchers reveal that the bridge consists of 4 construction layers. It was also repaired again aſter the repair of Zağnos Pasha in the 15th century.
THE LIVING CORE OF TRABZON: ORTAHISAR NEIGHBORHOOD
There are plenty of historical artifacts in a narrow area in Ortahisar neighborhood.
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.
KUŞTUL MONASTERY
Known as Peristera, this Monastery was built nearby the Şimşirli village in Maçka district in the middle of the 8th century. Only the base of the church has survived to the present.
ABOUT TONYA
There is no certain knowledge about the first establishment of Tonya but it is understood that it was between the end of 13th century and the beginning of 14th century. With the conquest of Trabzon by the Turks in 1461, Rum Pontus Empire's sovereignty came to an end. Ottoman Period went by with the transculturation of native Rums and Turkish people, who came as immigrants. In this period, both Rum and Turkish cultures interacted with each other. This interaction shows itself even today.
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ABOUT ÇAYKARA
ABOUT ARSİN
KADIRALAK PLATEAU
THE FORTRESS OF TRABZON
THE PLATEAU OF MARTYRS: SULTAN MURAD
THE HILL OFFERING THE CITY IN ITS HANDS: BOZTEPE
ABOUT SÜRMENE
ÇAKIRGÖL PLATEAU
ERDOĞDU BEY MOSQUE
CEVDET SUNAY MUSEUM HOUSE
YOROZ LIGHTHOUSE
ALACAHAN
THE MYSTERY OF DETAILS: HAGIA SOPHIA
ABOUT OF
ABOUT BEŞİKDÜZÜ
THE MUSEUM OF TRABZONSPOR FC
ABOUT MAÇKA
THE SYMBOL OF CLEANLINESS CULTURE IN TRABZON: PASHA BATH
SİSDAĞI PLATEAU
THE MUSEUM OF TRABZON
İSKENDERPASHA MOSQUE
ABOUT DÜZKÖY
YAVUZ SULTAN SELIM
HARMANTEPE PLATEAU
DEĞİRMENDERE BRIDGE
ZAĞNOS BASTION
ABOUT VAKFIKEBİR
ABOUT DERNEKPAZARI
SANTA MARIA CHURCH
A BREATH OF LIFE WITHIN THE SPRUCE FORESTS: KAYABASI PLATEAU
THE LAKE THAT WAS WITNESSED AS IT WAS FORMED: SERA
ABOUT HAYRAT
THE VALLEY THAT CARRIES ON THE NAME OF ZAGNOS PASHA
THE PLACE WHERE PHILOSOPHY LIVES: FAROZ FISHING PORT
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