Trabzon is the largest and most controversial city on the Black Sea coast. Either love or hate. This is a complicated place because it has both the shackles of a big city and the dilapidated appearance of a port city.
We went with the Taiwanese boys and girls who met each other and climbed to the top of the mountain to watch a sunset. The messy antennas above the building are staggered as if to divide the sky. In some houses, the dilapidated saw blade is the only defense on the top of the earthen wall. The Taiwanese boy who studies art says "very artistic, I like it very much."
In the village, there is a monument-like thing next to the path, with taps on it, which were built before the death of the locals, and when the descendants drank water, they thought of their merits. Really, there are interesting styles everywhere.
Trabzon is the largest city in the eastern Black Sea, the busiest port. Trabzons football team and Bursas football team are the only non-Istanbul teams that have won the Turkish National League, but it seems that they have been more than 20 years since they last won, and everyone here seems to be proud of it.
Trabzon fun place:
1. Trabzon Museum
This is an Italian-style mansion built by a Russian businessman in Turkey.
There is an exhibition hall dedicated to the facilities in the mosque.
There is also a room where Ataturk lived.
2. Boztep Picnic
Google Map Search: Boztepe
A place that is perfect for picnics, keep going up the road in the village.
can see a meadow halfway up the mountain. Take out the bread ham and drink bought on the road, you can have a picnic with your friends.
There are a lot of local people drinking tea in the teahouse next to it. The price is very cheap, and the scenery is beautiful.
Trabzon is the busiest port and largest city in the eastern Black Sea. There is a football team and a Bursa team that is the only non-Istanbul team that has won the Turkish National League. Although they have been winning the championship for the past 20 years, they still have great glory.
This is a friendly city. Of course, every city in Turkey deserves such a description. The specific enthusiasm can be seen from the photo taken by the locals when I go to the fish market~
There is also a Russian here. The Italian-style museum built by the merchants in Turkey is also worth seeing, and there is a very strange kebab, probably only 1TL. I am holding a try and I am going to eat a food that looks like meat. But like rice mixed with ketchup, and a half-mountain picnic place? Yes, there is such a place...