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Amasya is a province of Turkey, situated in the Black Sea Region to the north of the country. Its provincial capital is Amasya. Situated between the Black Sea and inner Anatolia in a region of fertile plains irrigated by the Tersakan, Cekerek and Yesil rivers, the town itself is situated on the Yesil River (Iris river), at 390 metres above sea level. It lies in a naturally beautiful tight river valley, bounded by high peaks and is renowned for its orchards. The north is connected to the heavily populated southern side by five bridges. Economic activities in the region include agriculture and mining as well as textiles and cement manufacture. It was called Amaesia in the first ages, and is mentioned in documents from the era of Alexander the Great. It was the birth place of the geographer and historian Strabo. Amasya is also known as the best apple growing province in the country and in Ottoman times was well known for its madrassas. It was also formally a centre for the Khalwati Sufi order.

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Artvin Province is a province in north-eastern Turkey next to the Black Sea and Georgia (country). Adjacent provinces are Rize to the west, Erzurum to the south, and Ardahan to the east. Its provincial capital is Artvin.

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Bartin is a small province in northern Turkey on the Black Sea, surrounding the city of Bartin. It is to the east from Zonguldak. The town of Bartin contains a number of very old wooden houses which are no longer extant in other places. In Bartin province is the ancient port town of Amasra (Amastris). This town is on two small fortified islands and contains many interesting old buildings and restaurants.

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Bayburt is a province of Turkey. Bayburt is a relativly small city at the north-east of Turkey. Bayburt has a old historical castle from bizanthen.

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Bolu is a province in north western Turkey, around the ancient city of Bolu. The highway from Istanbul to Ankara passes through Bolu after climbing Bolu Mountain, the major topographical obstacle. Yedigoller National Park (Seven Lakes) is located in Bolu province. The road to Yedigoller is very bad and has an unfortunate reputation in Turkey as being a centre for road accidents especially in winter. Abant Golu is another very attractive mountain lake which supprisingly hosts a large number of tourists from the Arab world. Kartalkaya skiing resort is in Bolu.

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Çorum is a province in the Black Sea region of Turkey, but lying inland and having more characteristics of Central Anatolia than the Black Sea coast. With important archaeological sites going back 5,000 years and a unique natural beauty, Çorum is attractive to visitors.

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Duzce is a province in northwestern Turkey. It is on the coastline on the Black Sea and is traversed by the main highway between İstanbul and Ankara. The main town is Duzce. There are Greek ruins in the province. Akcakoca is a town on the shore of the Black Sea which has a beach. Duzce broke off from Bolu and became a province in its own right after a devastating earthquake in the city in November 1999.

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Giresun is a province of Turkey on the Black Sea coast. Its adjacent provinces are Trabzon to the east, Gumushane to the south-west, Erzincan to the south, Sivas to the south-east, and Ordu to the west. The provincial capital is Giresun.

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Gümüşhane Province is a province in northern Turkey, bordering Bayburt to the east, Trabzon to the north, Giresun and Erzincan to the west. It covers an area of 6,575 km² and has a population of 191,474 in 2006. The population was 186,953 in 2000. The name Gümüşhane means silver house. The capital is Gümüshane, also known as Gümüsane or Gumush-Khaneh. The city has a rich mining (silver and bronze) history and was the source of exports for Trabzon. The ancient Greek name of the city was Θήρα (Thera) meaning, gate or doorway. As of 1911, Gumush-Khaneh was the chief town of a sanjak of the same name in the Trebizond vilayet of Asiatic Turkey, situated on high ground (elevation 4400 feet) in the valley of the Kharshut Su, about one-half mile south of the Trebizond-Erzerum chausse. Its population was about 3000, who were mainly Greeks, who had emigrated great distances to work in the mines, and supplied virtually the whole lead and silver mining labor in Asiatic Turkey. The Greek bishop of Gumush-Khaneh had under his jurisdiction all the communities engaged in this particular class of mines. The silver mines from which the place takes its name were noted in ancient times and are mentioned by Marco Polo.

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Karabuk is a province in north-central Turkey. The main city is Karabuk which is located about 200 kilometers north of Ankara and about 100 kilometers south of the Black Sea coast. Karabuk is located on the highway between Bartin and Ankara which was in ancient times an important route between Amasra on the coast and central Anatolia. The railway between Ankara and Zonguldak passes through Karabuk. Safranbolu, a historically important city, is listed in the UNESCO World Heritage List - is located in Karabuk Province.

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Kastamonu is one of the Provinces of Turkey, in the Black Sea Region, to the north of the country. It is surrounded by Sinop to the east, Bartin and Karabuk to the west, Cankırı to the south, Corum to the south east and the Black Sea to the north. It is not definitely known when Kastamonu was first founded. However, some sources dating back to the Early Middle Ages refer to the province. There are also some archeological findings dating back to about 100,000 years that suggest the region was inhabited then.

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Ordu is a province of Turkey, located on the Black Sea coast. Its adjacent provinces are Samsun to the northwest, Tokat to the southwest, Sivas to the south, and Giresun to the east. Its capital is Ordu.

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Rize is a province of Turkey and is located along the eastern part of the Black Sea coast. Its adjacent provinces are Trabzon to the west, Bayburt to the south, Erzurum to the southeast, and Artvin to the east. Its capital is Rize. The province is largely rural and is known for its mountain valleys and elevated yaylas (meadows). Within the more remote areas, roads are scarce and electrically-powered cable cars are used to transport people and supplies into the mountains. From the early 2000s, Rize has seen an increase in visitors from outside the province, particularly those seeking eco-tourism opportunities. Many of these tourists come from Israel or elsewhere within Turkey. Increased tourism has raised concerns among locals that the traditional way of life and the unblemished character of the natural surroundings is under threat. The provincial governor, Enver Salihoglu (as of 2005) has stated his opposition to the expansion of the road network and has advocated a commercial focus on beekeeping, trout farming, and the growing of organic teas (Economist, Aug. 27, 2005).

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Samsun is a province of Turkey on the Black Sea coast with a population of 1,209,137 (2000). Its adjacent provinces are Sinop to the northwest, Corum to the west, Amasya to the south, Tokat to the southeast, and Ordu to the east. Its traffic code is 55. The provincial capital is Samsun (ancient name: Amisos), one of the most populated cities in Turkey.

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Sinop is a province of Turkey, along the Black Sea. Its adjacent provinces are Kastamonu to the west, Corum to the south, and Samsun on the southeast. The provincial capital is the city of Sinop. The city of Sinop was founded as a Greek colony from the city of Miletus in the 7th century BC(Xenophon, Anabasis 6.1.15; Diodorus Siculus 14.31.2; Strabo 12.545). Sinope flourished as the Black Sea port of a caravan route that led from the upper Euphrates valley (Herodotus 1.72; 2.34), issued its own coinage, founded colonies, and gave its name to a red arsenic sulfate mined in Cappadocia, called "Sinopic red earth" (Miltos Sinôpikê) or sinople. It escaped Persian domination until the early 4th century BC, and in 183 BC it was captured by Pharnakes I and became capital of the kingdom of Pontus. Lucullus conquered Sinope for Rome in 70 BC, and Julius Caesar established a Roman colony there, Colonia Julia Felix, in 47 BC. Mithradates Eupator was born and buried at Sinope, and it was the birthplace of Diogenes, of Diphilos, poet and actor of the New Attic comedy, of the historian Baton, and of the Christian heretic of the 2nd century AD, Marcion. It remained with the Empire of the East or the Byzantines. It was a part of the Empire of Trebizond from the sacking of Constantinople by the Fourth Crusade in 1204 until the capture of the city by the Seljuk Turks of Rüm in 1214. In 1301, Sinop became an independent emirate following the fall of the Seljuks. See Candaroglu. It was captured by the Ottomans in 1458. In November 1853, at the start of the Crimean War, in the Battle of Sinop, the Russians, under the command of admiral Nakhimov, destroyed an Ottoman frigate squadron in Sinop, leading Britain and France to declare war on Russia.

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Tokat is a province in northern Turkey. Its adjacent provinces are Amasya to the northwest, Yozgat to the southwest, Sivas to the southeast, and Ordu to the northeast. Its capital is Tokat, which lies inland of the middle Black Sea region, 422 kilometers from Ankara. Two notable monuments in this province are the Hatuniye Medrese of the 15th century, built by Sultan Beyazid II, and a Seljuk bridge spanning the Yesilirmak River, belonging to the 12th century. The Latifoglu Mansion is a third, which is an example of the traditional architecture of a Turkish house of the 19th century, restored recently to its original state.

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Trabzon is a province of Turkey on the Black Sea coast. Its adjacent provinces are Giresun to the west, Gümüshane to the southwest, Bayburt to the southeast and Rize to the east. Its provincial capital is Trabzon city, and the traffic code is 61.

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Includes area attractions and resources for those traveling in the region, including tourist guides.

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Zonguldak is a province along the western Black Sea coast region of Turkey. The province is 3,481 km2 in size and has a population of 615,599. Its adjacent provinces are Duzce to the southwest, Bolu to the south, Karabuk to the southeast, and Bartın to the east. The capital is Zonguldak. Since the discovery of coal in the province, Zonguldak has become a major coal production center.
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