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Basic information about Trabzon
Trabzon Province (Turkish: Trabzon ili) is a province of Turkey on the Black Sea coast. Located in a strategically important region, Trabzon is one of the oldest trade port cities in Anatolia. Neighbouring provinces are Giresun to the west, Gümüşhane to the southwest, Bayburt to the southeast and Rize to the east. The provincial capital is Trabzon city, and the traffic code is 61. The major ethnic groups are Turks,The province is home to a small community of Muslim Romeika-speakers, though younger speakers are not fluent in this language.
Cities, towns & villages in Trabzon
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TrabzonTrabzon (see other names, Turkish pronunciation: [ˈtrabzon]) is a city on the Black Sea coast of northeastern Turkey and the capital of Trabzon Province. Trabzon, located on the historical Silk Road, became a melting pot of religions, languages and culture for centuries and a trade gateway to Persia (Iran) in the southeast and the Caucasus to the northeast. The Venetian and Genoese merchants paid visits to Trebizond during the medieval period and sold silk, linen and woolen fabric; the Republic of Genoa had an important merchant colony within the city called Leonkastron that played a role to Trebizond similar to the one Galata played to Constantinople (modern Istanbul). Trabzon formed the basis of several states in its long history and was the capital city of the Empire of Trebizond betwee Show Trabzonon the map
ÇağlayanÇağlayan (literally \"Waterfall\") is a town in the central district (Trabzon) of Trabzon Province, Turkey. At 40°54′N 39°43′E / 40.900°N 39.717°E it is situated along the valley of Altındere creek. It is on Turkish state highway D-885 which connects Trabzon to hinterland (and Sümela Monastery) . The distance to Trabzon is 16 kilometres (9.9 mi) . The population of the town is 4520 as of 2011. The area around Çağlayan was inhabited during the ancient ages. But Çağlayan is a relatively recent settlement. In 1946 owing to its situation along the valley, it was founded as a common market place of the neighbouring villages. It quickly flourished and In 1969 it was declared a seat of township. The economy of the town depends on agriculture. Lately kiwifruit production is promoted. Show Çağlayanon the map
PelitliPelitli (literally \"with Acorn\") is a town in the central district (Trabzon) of Trabzon Province, Turkey. It is almost merged to Trabzon at 40°59′N 39°48′E / 40.983°N 39.800°E. It is a coastal town situated to the east of Trabzon Airport. The population of the town is 15503 as of 2011. During the Ottoman era after 1461, Chepni people (a branch of Oghuz Turks ) consist the original population of the settlement. When Russians occupied the region in 1916 during the First World War, Chepnis left the settlement; but towards the end of the war, after the Russians retreated they returned. During the republican years the population of the settlement was increased and in 1995 it was declared a seat of township. In 1997, a nearby village (Yeşilköy) was merged to Pelitli. Show Pelitlion the map
AkçaabatAkçaabat is a town and district of Trabzon Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. It is located on the west of the city of Trabzon. It covers an area of 385 km² and the elevation is 10 m. The town has an estimated population of 48,315 (2007). Akçaabat is a coastal town famous for its local soccer team Akçaabat Sebatspor, its traditional dish Akçaabat köfte (a variant of kofta) and its unique dance of Akçaabat Horonu. Akçaabat has hosted an international folklore festival since 1990, and it was a venue for Archery and Athletics competitions of the First Black Sea Games held in 2007. Show Akçaabaton the map
ÇukurçayırÇukurçayır is a town in the central district (Trabzon) of Trabzon Province, Turkey. It is situated to the west of Turkish state highway D-885 which connects Trabzon to Gümüşhane, Maçka and Sumela Monastery. Çukurçayır is almost merged to the southern quarters of Trabzon at 40°58′N 44°49′E / 40.967°N 44.817°E. The population of the Çukurçayır was 11077 as of 2011. In 1995 it was declared a seat of township. According to mayor's page a monastery and a bridge are the historically important ruins of the town. Show Çukurçayıron the map
YalıncakYalıncak is a town in the central district (Trabzon) of Trabzon Province, Turkey. It is situated to the east of Trabzon at40°58′N 39°49′E / 40.967°N 39.817°E. The distance to Tranbzon city center is 11 kilometres (6.8 mi) . The population of the town is 3231 as of 2011. In 1995 it was declared a seat of township. Main agricultural products are watermelon, tomato and nut. Some Yalıncak residents work in nearby Trabzon. Show Yalıncakon the map
OfOf (possibly from Ancient Greek: Οφιούς Ophious) is a town and district of Trabzon Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. It is located in the eastern part of Trabzon and is an important historical district of the province. The mayor is Salim Salih Sarıalioğlu (AKP). Show Ofon the map
ŞalpazarıŞalpazarı is a town and district of Trabzon Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. The population is around 12,000 including the surrounding villages. The mayor is Refik Kurukız (MHP). Şalpazarı is a home to sizeable Chepni Turkmen population. Şalpazarı has a creek called Ağasar. Show Şalpazarıon the map
ÇaykaraÇaykara is a town and district of Trabzon Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. As of 2014, the District Mayor of Çaykara is Hanefi Tok (AKP). Çaykara lies in a V-shaped valley along the Solaklı River in the Pontic Mountains, at an elevation of around 300 metres. Show Çaykaraon the map
AkköseAkköse is a village in the Dernekpazarı district of Trabzon Province, Turkey, close to the town of Trabzon. It is situated in between high mountains, in a lush and largely untouched environment. Show Akköseon the map
TonyaTonya (Ancient greek: Thoania, Θωανία; Ottoman Turkish: طﻮﻧﻴﻪ, romanized as Tonya) is a town and district of Trabzon Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. The mayor is Osman Beşel (AKP). Show Tonyaon the map
DernekpazarıDernekpazarı is a district of Trabzon Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey.The old name of the town was Kondu(or Kondualtı) and the current mayor of the town is Mehmet Aşık (AKP). Show Dernekpazarıon the map
AraklıAraklı (from Greek - Erakleia) is a town and district of Trabzon Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. The mayor is Recep Çebi (AKP). Show Araklıon the map
ÇarşıbaşıÇarşıbaşı (Ottoman Turkish: İskefiye) is a town and district of Trabzon Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. The mayor is Coşkun Yılmaz (AKP). Show Çarşıbaşıon the map
MaçkaMaçka (Greek: Ματσούκα Matsoúka, the \"club\"; Laz: მაჩხა Maçxa) is a town and district of Trabzon Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. Show Maçkaon the map
DüzköyDüzköy (formerly Haçka) is a town and district of Trabzon Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. The mayor is Abidin Çelik (CHP). Show Düzköyon the map
HayratHayrat is a town and district of Trabzon Province, located in the Black Sea region of Turkey. The mayor is Mehmet Nuhoğlu (AKP). Show Hayraton the map
VakfıkebirVakfıkebir is a town and district of Trabzon Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. The mayor is Muhammet Balta (AKP). Show Vakfıkebiron the map
YomraYomra is a town and district of Trabzon Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. The mayor is İbrahim Sağıroğlu (AKP). Show Yomraon the map
KöprübaşıKöprübaşı is a town and district of Trabzon Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. The mayor is Ahmet Tekke (AKP). Show Köprübaşıon the map
DüzyurtDuzyurt is a town in the central district (Trabzon) of Trabzon Province, Turkey. The population of Duzyurt is 1673 Show Düzyurton the map
States, regions, administrative units in Trabzon
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Sürmene İlçesiThe little town of Sürmene (Hamurgan) is situated some 40 km (25 mi) east of Trabzon. Known in antiquity also as Susarmia or Augustopolis, it lies on the River Kora (Manahoz Deresi) and is best known as the place where Xenophon and his Ten Thousand fell sick after eating wild honey, an event which was confirmed by the local people. In the village of Sürmene Kastil, 5 km (3.1 mi) to the west of Sürmene, stands a ruined medieval castle as well as the impressive 18th century Yapukoğlu Konağı mansion (Derebeyli Kale). It was formerly the seat of the Yapukoğlu family, who lived here as rulers (derebey) of the surrounding region relatively free of interference from the Sublime Porte in Istanbul.Show on map
OrtahisarOrtahisar is a planned district and second level municipality in Trabzon Province, Turkey. According to Law act no 6360, all Turkish provinces with a population more than 750000, will be metropolitan municipality and the districts within the metropolitan municipalities will be second-level municipalities. The law also creates new districts within the provinces in addition to present districts. These changes will be effective by the local elections in 2014. On 30 March 2014, Ahmet Metin Genç (AKP) was elected mayor.Show on map
AkçaabatAkçaabat is a town and district of Trabzon Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. It is located on the west of the city of Trabzon. It covers an area of 385 km² and the elevation is 10 m. The town has an estimated population of 48,315 (2007). Akçaabat is a coastal town famous for its local soccer team Akçaabat Sebatspor, its traditional dish Akçaabat köfte (a variant of kofta) and its unique dance of Akçaabat Horonu. Akçaabat has hosted an international folklore festival since 1990, and it was a venue for Archery and Athletics competitions of the First Black Sea Games held in 2007.Show on map
TrabzonTrabzon Province (Turkish: Trabzon ili) is a province of Turkey on the Black Sea coast. Located in a strategically important region, Trabzon is one of the oldest trade port cities in Anatolia. Neighbouring provinces are Giresun to the west, Gümüşhane to the southwest, Bayburt to the southeast and Rize to the east. The provincial capital is Trabzon city, and the traffic code is 61. The major ethnic groups are Turks, but the province is also home to a minority of Muslim Romeika-speakers, though younger speakers are not always fluent in this language.Show on map
Of İlçesiOf (possibly from Ancient Greek: Οφιούς Ophious) is a town and district of Trabzon Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. It is located in the eastern part of Trabzon and is an important historical district of the province. The mayor is Salim Salih Sarıalioğlu (AKP).Show on map
Şalpazarı İlçesiŞalpazarı is a town and district of Trabzon Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. The population is around 12,000 including the surrounding villages. The mayor is Refik Kurukız (MHP). Şalpazarı is a home to sizeable Chepni Turkmen population. Şalpazarı has a creek called Ağasar.Show on map
Çaykara İlçesiÇaykara is a town and district of Trabzon Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. As of 2014, the District Mayor of Çaykara is Hanefi Tok (AKP). Çaykara lies in a V-shaped valley along the Solaklı River in the Pontic Mountains, at an elevation of around 300 metres.Show on map
Tonya İlçesiTonya (Ancient greek: Thoania, Θωανία; Ottoman Turkish: طﻮﻧﻴﻪ, romanized as Tonya) is a town and district of Trabzon Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. The mayor is Osman Beşel (AKP).Show on map
Dernekpazarı İlçesiDernekpazarı is a district of Trabzon Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey.The old name of the town was Kondu(or Kondualtı) and the current mayor of the town is Mehmet Aşık (AKP).Show on map
ArsinArsin (from Greek \"Αρσίνη\" - Arsini) is a coastal town and a district of Trabzon Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. The mayor is Erdem Şen (AKP).Show on map
AraklıAraklı (from Greek - Erakleia) is a town and district of Trabzon Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. The mayor is Recep Çebi (AKP).Show on map
ÇarşıbaşıÇarşıbaşı (Ottoman Turkish: İskefiye) is a town and district of Trabzon Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. The mayor is Coşkun Yılmaz (AKP).Show on map
MaçkaMaçka (Greek: Ματσούκα Matsoúka, the \"club\"; Laz: მაჩხა Maçxa) is a town and district of Trabzon Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey.Show on map
Düzköy İlçesiDüzköy (formerly Haçka) is a town and district of Trabzon Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. The mayor is Abidin Çelik (CHP).Show on map
BeşikdüzüBeşikdüzü is a town and district of Trabzon Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. The mayor is Orhan Bıçakçıoğlu (AK PARTİ).Show on map
Hayrat İlçesiHayrat is a town and district of Trabzon Province, located in the Black Sea region of Turkey. The mayor is Mehmet Nuhoğlu (AKP).Show on map
VakfıkebirVakfıkebir is a town and district of Trabzon Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. The mayor is Muhammet Balta (AKP).Show on map
Yomra İlçesiYomra is a town and district of Trabzon Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. The mayor is İbrahim Sağıroğlu (AKP).Show on map
Köprübaşı İlçesiKöprübaşı is a town and district of Trabzon Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. The mayor is Ahmet Tekke (AKP).Show on map
Different buildings in Trabzon
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Sümela ManastırıThe Sumela Monastery (Greek: Μονή Παναγίας Σουμελά, Moní Panagías Soumelá; Georgian: Sumelas monasteri; Turkish: Sümela Manastırı) is a Greek Orthodox monastery dedicated to the Virgin Mary (Panagia, meaning \"All Holy\" in Greek) at Melá Mountain (Turkish: Karadağ, which is a direct translation of the Greek name Ssou Melá, \"Black Mountain\") within the Pontic Mountains (Turkish: Kuzey Anadolu Dağları) range, in the Maçka district of Trabzon Province in modern Turkey.Show on map