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Cities in Karadeniz, Turkey
City: # City: #
Amasya28 Kastamonu13
Artvin31 Kocaeli1
Bartın16 Ordu63
Bartın(Amasra)27 Rize19
Bolu48 Rize-Kackar Mountains2
Çorum21 sakarya4
Düzce42 Samsun166
Giresun45 Sinop (Zeus's city)36
Gümüşhane7 Tokat19
istanbul1 Trabzon142
Karabük - Merkez7 Zonguldak66
Karabük - Safranbolu37 Zonguldak - Karadeniz Ereğli23
Info about Karadeniz, Turkey
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The vibrant green of Turkey's lush, humid Black Sea Coast surprises those who imagine the country to be nothing but barren steppe. From the European border with Bulgaria to the Georgian border, dense pine forests cover the mountaintops while lush vegetation and bountiful crops grow in the lower elevations and valleys. Along the coastline, mile after mile of beautiful un-crowded beaches offer sun, swimming and relaxation. In the springtime, delicate wild-flower blossoms carpet the rolling meadows of the eastern hills. The wooden houses in fishing villages and mountain hamlets alike preserve indigenous and traditional architectural styles. The humid climate and fertile soil encourage cultivation of a variety of crops including tea, tobacco, corn and hazelnuts. Archeological excavations from the early Neolithic Age settlements at Ikiztepe in Samsun Province have uncovered evidence of the region's earliest inhabitants between 7000 - 5000 BC. The Hittites, Miletians, Phrygians and, according to Homer, the Amazons all colonized parts of the coast. Alexander the Great in his world conquest also brought the region under his sovereignty. Eventually, it was incorporated into the Roman and then the Byzantine Empire. The 15th century saw the greater part of the area come under the Ottoman rule of Sultan Mehmet II.

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Edited by: alper on 31.07.2005
Last postings about Karadeniz Turkey from other users
tkinay wrote:

Historical Places;Library,Hamam,Shops...

intercultural wrote:

abant natural park, gölcük, yedi göller

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