Ataturk Pavilion in Trabzon While in Trabzon, I was desperate to see the the Ataturk pavilion, also known as Ataturk’s House (For those of you not familiar with Turkey, Ataturk was the man who led the Turkish war of independence, eventually leading to the formation of the Republic of Turkey in 1923).
Sümela Monastery in Trabzon to open completely after restoration works trabzon One of the leading destinations in the world in terms of faith tourism, the Sümela Monastery in the eastern Black Sea province of Trabzon has been undergoing a restoration process for some time.
Sonuçta Trabzon’da kentsel açık mekanlardaki heykellerin çoğunlukla kentin kültürünü yansıtan figür ve olaylara (kemençe, horon, hamsi, Trabzonspor, taka vb.), ikinci olarak Atatürk ve kentin tarihinde yer alan kişilere (Kanuni Sultan Süleyman, Yavuz Sultan Selim vb.), ayrıca en son olarak milli ruhu yansıtan ifadelere (asker, şehit vb.) ait olduğu görülmüştür.
Altindere village of Maçka in Trabzon borders, dominated the Altındere Valley Sumela Monastery built on a cliff at the foot of Montenegro, as the "Virgin Mary" is referred to by name. The building is about 300 meters above the valley, located outside the city of monasteries, forests, caves and water continued its tradition aside.
Trabzon has a rich ecological structure in terms of its geographical location. It is on the coast of Black Sea, border neighbour of Gümüşhane, which is under the influence of the terrestrial climate, is the main source of this richness. Forests that are fed with high rivers and high rain rate provide a habitat for many living creatures.
Trabzon is a city found in Trabzon, Turkey. It is located 41.01 latitude and 39.73 longitude and it is situated at elevation 39 meters above sea level. It is located 41.01 latitude and 39.73 longitude and it is situated at elevation 39 meters above sea level.