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Grand Bazaar (Kapalicarsi), more mall than market since its last restoration, the Grand Bazaar remains a true Turkish delight, a shopaholic’s colourful fantasy that is also a photographer’s dream. Whether you are after a Hereke carpet or a pair of silk slippers, you will find everything here in the bazaar at the western end of the Silk Road.

  Rize Ayder
Rize is one of the provinces of Turkey on the Black Sea coast. You may have the opportunity, to have the best blend of tea, at the Summer Tea Festival, & taste the very famous, rarely found Anzer honey which comes from the mountains around. Ayder has many hot springs & it provides good opportunities for a peaceful time surrounded by nature.
 
  Erzurum
Is the largest province in Eastern Anatolia & is located on a high plateau (1950 m). The province has always been a transportation junction & is now the transfer point for air, rail or bus connections for travelers coming to Eastern Turkey. The history of the city extends back to 4000 BC & it has seen many civilizations in Anatolia. Historical finds are kept in the collections of the Archaeological Museum.
 
  Sumela
Situated in a very beautiful & natural setting, Sumela Monastery built in the 14th century is nestled into the side of rocks in a famous valley in Macka. The setting is 1200 mts above the sea level. Two Greek monks, Barnaby & Sophronios started the original building. The 7th century icon apparently painted by an anonymous Trabzon artist became the symbol of the monastery.
 
  Trabzon
Was founded by the merchants from Sinope around 1.000 B.C. & today it is the most important city in the region. It leans with its back against the Eastern Black Sea mountains & it is an important port city. The city is famous for its natural & historical treasures . The famous historian Xenophon got lost & arrived in Trapezos (table or plain in old Greek) with the remainder of his 10.000 soldiers.
 
 

Amasra
Is a seaside resort on the Black Sea. It's population explodes in the summer to around 25,000. Most summer holiday-goers are from Istanbul or Ankara. The best time to visit may be in September, after the crowds have left. Located on two rocky promontories & surrounded by an impressive cliff-lined coast, the ancient Amasra, is one of the jewels of the Turkish Black Sea coast.

 
  Safranbolu
Safranbolu displays its extremely rich historical & cultural heritage through 1008 architectural structures displaying a good example of Turkish architecture, all preserved in their original environment. Safranbolu was placed in the world Cultural Heritage list by UNESCO in appreciation of the successful efforts in the preservation of its heritage as a whole.
 
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