Excursions to the Far East and Black Sea Coast Sights

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Urfa (Şanlıurfa) 9

Diyarbakır 8

Mardin 7

Lake Van and Environs 7

Trabzon 7

Gaziantep 6

Midyat 4

Kars 4

Sinop 3

Hasankeyf 3

Sümela-Mereyemana 3

Mt. Nemrut and Environs 2

Doğubeyazıt and Mt. Ararat 2

Harran 1

Ani 1

Ayder 1

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Religious Building/ Site/ Shrine 15

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Atatürk Alanı

  • Plaza/Square/Piazza

The heart of Trabzon's social activity is its pleasing central square, Atatürk Alanı, also known as simply as Meydan, up İskele Caddesi...

Atatürk Köşkü

  • Museum/Gallery

Trabzon's weathy citizens once retreated to villas in the hills above town. Greek banker Konstantin Kabayanidis built this attractive...

Aya Sofya

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Trabzon's best-known Byzantine monument is this well preserved 13th-century church sitting on a bluff overlooking the Black Sea that...

Bazaar

  • Market/Bazaar

The pedestrian-only Kunduracılar Caddesi leads into the maze of the covered bazaar, which includes a 16th-century bedestan, or market,...

Citadel

  • Military Site

Trabzon's Byzantine-era citadel was built on part of a hill formed by two ravines, and while not much is left of the building's former...

Sekiz Direk Hammam

  • Bath/Hot Spring

Turkey's oldest, still-functioning hammam is thought to be Byzantine, from the 12th or 13th centuries. The name comes from the 8 ( sekiz...

Trabzon Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

The main attraction of the Trabzon Museum is the building itself, a 1910 mansion built for a local Greek banker. The ornate rooms of...

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