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Giresun Province (Turkish: Giresun ili) is a province of Turkey on the Black Sea coast. Its adjacent provinces are Trabzon to the east, Gümüşhane to the south-east, Erzincan to the south, Sivas to the south-west, and Ordu to the west. The provincial capital is Giresun.
Cities, towns & villages in Giresun
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KarabörkKarabörk is a belde (town) in Çanakçı district of Giresun Province, Turkey. The town is situated in the valley of Çanakçı creek at 40°53′N 39°02′E / 40.883°N 39.033°E. The town is in the middle of dense forestry of the Black Sea Region. The distance to Çanakçı is 17 kilometres (11 mi) and to Giresun is 85 kilometres (53 mi). The population of Karabörk was 1031. as of 2013. In Karabörk the Otttoman rule began by 1461 during the reign of Mehmet II (the conqueror). According to 1515 Ottoman records, it was a small settlement population of which was composed of Turks and Greeks. In the early 1700s, Turks of Çepni tribe also settled in the settlement. Ottomans mined copper in the Kırtlak mine close to Karabörk. In the early 20th century, Greek population left the settlement and during the Fi Show Karabörkon the map
SoğukpınarSoğukpınar (literally \"cool fountain\") is a belde (town) in Espiye district of Giresun Province, Turkey. It is situated in the forests to the west of Harşit creek at 40°54′N 38°50′E / 40.900°N 38.833°E. The distance to Espiye is 18 kilometres (11 mi). The population of Soğukpınar was 2,497 as of 2013. According to the earliest reference to the settlement as of 1530, the former name of Soğukpınar was Dikmen-Döğer referring to a Turkish tribe. Later in 1800s Greek workers also settled in the settlement to work in the mines around. But they left the settlement after the Population exchange agreement between Greece and Turkey in 1920s. In 1999 Soğukpınar was declared a seat of township. Hazel and corn are the main crops of Soğukpınar. Salmon trout and beehiving are other economic activities. Show Soğukpınaron the map
YavuzkemalYavuzkemal is a belde (town) in Dereli district of Giresun Province, Turkey. It is a dispersed settlement, typical of Black Sea region, situated at 40°38′N 38°19′E / 40.633°N 38.317°E to the west of Aksu River. The distance to Dereli is 20 kilometres (12 mi) and to Giresun is 64 kilometres (40 mi). The population of Yavuzkemal is 1669 as of 2011. The settlement was founded by a Turkmen tribe named Kırık in the 14th century and the former name of the settlement was Nahiye'i Kırık (subdistrict of Kırık). According to official records of the Ottoman Empire the population of the settlement decreased in 1485 probably because some of the population was transferred to the newly conquered Trabzon (Trabzon Empire). The settlement was declared a seat of township in 1998. Show Yavuzkemalon the map
ÇanakçıÇanakçı is a town and a district of Giresun Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. Çanakçı is a small town of 1,848 people in a district of forest and scattered villages inland from the Black Sea coastal town of Görele. It was founded as a village of Görele. Çanakçı became a town in 1991. Famous \"Kuşdili\" festival is held in Çanakçı every July. Hundreds of people from nearby places attend this festival. The Kemenche, which is one of the traditional Eastern Black Sea instruments, is played in Çanakçı. One of the most important folk songs is \"Çanakçı'dan aşağı\". Show Çanakçıon the map
ÇavuşluÇavuşlu is a belde (town) in Görele district of Giresun Province, Turkey. It is a coastal town at 41°02′N 39°04′E / 41.033°N 39.067°E. The distance to Görele is 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) and to Giresun is 65 kilometres (40 mi). The population of the town was 2,172 as of 2013. There are Roman ruins around the town. According to two conflicting theories about the origin of the present population, the town was founded either by the Chuvash people ( a Turkic people in Russia) who escaped from Timur in the 14th century or by Turkmen tribe named Çuvaz from south Iran. Show Çavuşluon the map
DuroğluDuroğlu is a belde (town) in the central district (Giresun) of Giresun Province, Turkey. At 40°51′N 38°28′E / 40.850°N 38.467°E Duroğlu is situated along the Aksu River. It is 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) north of Giresun and the Black Sea coast. The population of Duroğlu was 2919 as of 2013. The town which is thought to be five centuries old was probably a caravan stop between the Black Sea coast and Central Anatolia in the historical times. Show Duroğluon the map
GüceGüce is a town and a district of Giresun Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. This is a hilly district of great natural beauty. The lower areas are used for cultivating hazelnuts plus some tea and corn. Güce itself is a small town of 2,860 people providing basic amenities to the surrounding district. Güce is 55 km from the city of Giresun and 14 km inland from the Black Sea along a narrow winding road. Show Güceon the map
BulancakBulancak is a town and a district of Giresun Province on the Black Sea coast of Turkey, near to the city of Giresun. With a population of 38,546 Bulancak is the largest town in the province apart from Giresun itself. It is only a short drive from Giresun, is easily reached by public transport and has thus become part of Giresun's urban area. The football club Bulancakspor is from the area. Show Bulancakon the map
PirazizPiraziz is a town and a district of Giresun Province on the Black Sea coast of Turkey. In the Ottoman Empire period the town was named Piridede-Abdal. The local economy depends of growing hazelnuts and fishing in the Black Sea. This is a poor district and many people have migrated away to jobs in Turkey's larger cities. Piraziz itself is a small town of 6,886 people. Show Pirazizon the map
DereliDereli is a town and district of Giresun Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. The mayor is Kazım Zeki Şenlikoğlu (AKP). Dereli is a small town of 6,043 people in attractive countryside, in the valley of the Aksu Deresi and Akkaya River, inland 28 from Giresun on the road to Şebinkarahisar. Show Derelion the map
ÇamolukÇamoluk is a town and a district of Giresun Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. Being 180 km inland, in a valley of the upper Kelkit River, Çamoluk is different in landscape, climate and lifestyle from the city of Giresun and the other districts on the Black Sea coast. Show Çamolukon the map
AlucraAlucra is a town and a district of Giresun Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey, 130 km (81 mi) from the city of Giresun. She was the district of Şebinkarahisar between 1924-1933. Show Alucraon the map
EynesilEynesil is a town and a district of Giresun Province on the Black Sea coast of Turkey, east of the city of Giresun, towards Trabzon. The population was 7,505 in 2010. Show Eynesilon the map
GiresunGiresun (pronounced [ɡiɾeˈsun]) is the provincial capital of Giresun Province in the Black Sea Region of northeastern Turkey, about 175 km (109 mi) west of the city of Trabzon. Show Giresunon the map
Şebin KarahisarŞebinkarahisar is a town in and the administrative seat for Şebinkarahisar District, Giresun Province in the Black Sea region of northeastern Turkey. Show Şebin Karahisaron the map
GöreleGörele is a town and a district of Giresun Province on the Black Sea coast of eastern Turkey. The population was 16,033 in 2010. Show Göreleon the map
DoğankentDoğankent is a town and a district of Giresun Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. Show Doğankenton the map
EspiyeEspiye is a town and a district of Giresun Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. Show Espiyeon the map
TireboluTirebolu is a town and district of Giresun Province, Turkey. Show Tireboluon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Giresun
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Yağlıdere İlçesiYağlıdere is a town and district of Giresun Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. The district covers one end of the Giresun Mountains, including part of the valley of the Yağlıdere stream, which gives the district its name. When the mountain streams that feed the Yağlıdere are in full flood, they can become a threat to the district. Yağlıdere is an agricultural district. The hillsides are planted with hazelnuts, fruit trees, chestnuts, and other deciduous trees. Some tea and corn are grown, and animals graze on the higher slopes.Show on map
ÇanakçıÇanakçı is a town and a district of Giresun Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. Çanakçı is a small town of 1,848 people in a district of forest and scattered villages inland from the Black Sea coastal town of Görele. It was founded as a village of Görele. Çanakçı became a town in 1991. Famous \"Kuşdili\" festival is held in Çanakçı every July. Hundreds of people from nearby places attend this festival. The Kemenche, which is one of the traditional Eastern Black Sea instruments, is played in Çanakçı. One of the most important folk songs is \"Çanakçı'dan aşağı\".Show on map
Güce İlçesiGüce is a town and a district of Giresun Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. This is a hilly district of great natural beauty. The lower areas are used for cultivating hazelnuts plus some tea and corn. Güce itself is a small town of 2,860 people providing basic amenities to the surrounding district. Güce is 55 km from the city of Giresun and 14 km inland from the Black Sea along a narrow winding road.Show on map
Bulancak İlçesiBulancak is a town and a district of Giresun Province on the Black Sea coast of Turkey, near to the city of Giresun. With a population of 38,546 Bulancak is the largest town in the province apart from Giresun itself. It is only a short drive from Giresun, is easily reached by public transport and has thus become part of Giresun's urban area. The football club Bulancakspor is from the area.Show on map
DereliDereli is a town and district of Giresun Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. The mayor is Kazım Zeki Şenlikoğlu (AKP). Dereli is a small town of 6,043 people in attractive countryside, in the valley of the Aksu Deresi and Akkaya River, inland 28 from Giresun on the road to Şebinkarahisar.Show on map
Çamoluk İlçesiÇamoluk is a town and a district of Giresun Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. Being 180 km inland, in a valley of the upper Kelkit River, Çamoluk is different in landscape, climate and lifestyle from the city of Giresun and the other districts on the Black Sea coast.Show on map
GiresunGiresun Province (Turkish: Giresun ili) is a province of Turkey on the Black Sea coast. Its adjacent provinces are Trabzon to the east, Gümüşhane to the south-east, Erzincan to the south, Sivas to the south-west, and Ordu to the west. The provincial capital is Giresun.Show on map
Şebin Karahisar İlçesiŞebinkarahisar District is a district of Giresun Province in northeastern Turkey. It is inland from the Black Sea in the Giresun Mountains (Paryadres Mountains). The administrative seat is the town of Şebinkarahisar. Its area is 1,318 square kilometres (509 sq mi).Show on map
KeşapKeşap is a town and a district of Giresun Province on the Black Sea coast of Turkey just to the east of the city of Giresun. Keşap itself is a small town of 8,617 people. The TV sitcom Uy! Başuma Gelenler was filmed in a village in Keşap.Show on map
Alucra İlçesiAlucra is a town and a district of Giresun Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey, 130 km (81 mi) from the city of Giresun. She was the district of Şebinkarahisar between 1924-1933.Show on map
Eynesil İlçesiEynesil is a town and a district of Giresun Province on the Black Sea coast of Turkey, east of the city of Giresun, towards Trabzon. The population was 7,505 in 2010.Show on map
Görele İlçesiGörele is a town and a district of Giresun Province on the Black Sea coast of eastern Turkey. The population was 16,033 in 2010.Show on map
Doğankent İlçesiDoğankent is a town and a district of Giresun Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey.Show on map
Espiye İlçesiEspiye is a town and a district of Giresun Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey.Show on map
TireboluTirebolu is a town and district of Giresun Province, Turkey.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Giresun
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Giresun AdasıGiresun Island (Turkish: Giresun Adası) is a small island that has an area of 4 hectares and lies 1.2 km from the Turkish city of Giresun on the southeastern coast of Black Sea. It is the largest island on the Turkish Black Sea coast.Show on map