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Places to Visit in Turkey’s Black Sea Region

Places to Visit in Turkey’s Black Sea Region

Places to Visit in Turkey’s Black Sea Region


Turkey, which makes all four seasons live to its fullest with its unique beauties, continues to offer views from heaven in every region and to make you feel the smell of history in every period. In this article, I will give you information about the places to visit in the Black Sea Region of Turkey.

  1. Uzungöl: Located in the Çaykara district of Trabzon, this lake reveals all the beauty of nature with its lush green in summer and white in winter.
  2. Sümela Monastery: Located in the Altındere Valley in the Maçka district of Trabzon, on the rocks at the foot of Karadağ, Sümela Monastery was founded in the name of the Virgin Mary and has a 6 storey structure with frescoes and paintings, and a unique and magnificent structure that allows you to see the sky easily with narrow and long stairs. is a place.
  3. Ayder Plateau: Located in the Çamlıhemşin district of Rize, this plateau is located at the foot of the Kaçkar Mountains. Bridal Tülü Waterfall flows through the mountains. There are hot springs in this region and it is very beneficial for health. Both nature, greenery and fresh air will add at least ten years of youth to you.
  4. Firtina Stream: I can say that this stream, which is located in Çamlıhemşin district of Rize and is famous for rafting water sports, is a perfect place for adrenaline lovers. You can also visit Şenyuva Bridge and Timisvat Bridge.
  5. Bandırma Ship Museum: The start of the War of Independence in Canik district of Samsun and the Republic of Turkey. Bandırma Ferry, which played an important role in the establishment of the , was turned into a museum and opened to visitors. Inside the ship are wax statues of Mustafa Kemal and his comrades. Apart from that, you can also visit the National Struggle Park and the Open Air Museum.
  6. Sinop Historical Prison: The castle in the Sinop Prison, also known as “Anatolia’s Alcatraz”, was used as a prison. This prison is surrounded by the sea on three sides. Prisoners who have to stay for a long time in the prison, which has a humidity problem due to its proximity to the sea, may die before their sentence ends.
  7. Yedigöller National Park: There are many plant and plant diversity in this national park, which has landslide lakes such as Sazlıgöl, İncegöl, Nazlıgöl, Küçükgöl, Deringöl, Büyükgöl and Seringöl in Bolu. For those who love to camp with their loved ones, I can say that watching the unique view by the lake is the most beautiful feeling in the world.
  8. Amasra Castle: Amasra Castle which has hosted many civilizations in Bartın, Kemere Bridge, Çekiciler Bazaar, Amasra Museum and Crying Tree are places you should visit. The best anchovies, turbot, whiting and tabby are grown in the sea here. Big Harbour Beach, Small Harbour Beach, İnkumu Beach and Bozköy Beach are among the most famous beaches.
  9. Abant Lake: It is a crater lake located in Bolu. For nature lovers with a wide variety of plants and animals I recommend you to visit this lake, which is close to Istanbul, and from there you can visit Sülüklü Göl and Mudurnu. You can also see.
  10. King Rock Tombs: The King Rock Tombs, which were used as the tombs of Pontus Kings in the Hellenistic Period in Amasya, were built by carving the vertical rocks on the skirts of Amasya Castle. The entrance to the tomb built for King Pharnakes is higher than the others and is known as the Great King’s Tomb. You can go to this area, which has a very beautiful view, by climbing the narrow streets and passing the stairs carved by the rocks and the train road.
  11. Safranbolu Houses: You can stay in historical hotels and travel to the past by visiting these houses, which are full of historical houses built with Ottoman architecture in the Safranbolu district of Karabük, and which have been restored and protected until today. You can even see the details inside the houses, woodwork and different cabinet types more clearly. You can visit the Kaymakamlar, Kilerciler, Mümtazlar, Karaüzümler, Kavsalar and Sipahioğlu mansions, and you can go up to Hıdırlık Hill and watch the view from the top.

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