The best landmarks of Trabzon

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Sumela Monastery

The Sumela Monastery is one of the most important landmarks of Trabzon, and it is in the form of a stunning building shaped in a steep area and overlooking many picturesque landscapes, as it is considered a monastery of the Greek Orthodox, and was built in 386 AD at an altitude of 1200 meters in the Tundra National Park.

Trabzon Bazaar

The Ottomans built the existing bazaar in Trabzon in the sixteenth century above the site of the market, which was built by the people of Genoa, and the bazaar contains one dome, and this is one of the unusual things found in Turkish markets, in addition to the presence of symmetrical internal arches, and the bazaar is a good place to drink tea And buy different widgets.

Ataturk Palace

The trees are surrounded by the Ataturk Palace located in the Soguk Su area in Trabzon, and the palace is about 5 km southwest of the Ataturk region, and its construction dates back to the end of the nineteenth century AD by a wealthy Greek family working in the field of banking, which he inherited to Ataturk in 1924 AD, and consists of The three-storey mansion has magnificent views of the gardens, which are of a very beautiful nature.

Hagia Sophia Museum in Trabzon

The Aya Sofia Museum was a Greek Orthodox Church, whose construction dates back to the thirteenth century, when the city of Trabzon formed the capital of the Trabzon Empire, specifically in the period between 1238 and 1263 AD during the reign of King Manuel, one of the kings of the Trabzon Comenos Empire, and the church has been converted into a mosque After Sultan Mehmed the Conqueror opened the city of Trabzon, specifically in 1584 AD, and in 1964 AD it was converted into a museum that embodies the most beautiful examples of architecture in the Byzantine era, after restoring it at the suggestion of the University of Edinburgh in England and the General Administration of Institutions.


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