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The best time to visit Trabzon

It is preferable to visit Trabzon in the period from late April to late July, and it can also be visited from late August to early November, where temperatures and humidity are appropriate for the visit. It is indicated that August, July and September are The warmest month, and the beginning of August witness the warmest temperature in the region, with temperatures reaching 28.3 degrees Celsius, and rarely decreasing to less than 23.4 degrees at night.
Rain or snow falls in the country in late October or early November, and the days before or after January 22nd are the best time to go to Trabzon skiing.

Sightseeing in Trabzon

The city of Trabzon contains many tourist places worth visiting, including the following:

  • Aya SofiaIt is one of the most prominent historical churches of Trabzon, and in 1964 AD it turned into a museum, and in 2003 AD the main hall was converted into a mosque.
  • Panaghia Chrysokephalos Church: This Byzantine Church dates back to the twelfth century and is now a mosque in Trabzon open to Muslim and non-Muslim visitors.
  • Ataturk VillaThis villa is located on the top of the hills, 6 km from the southwestern side of Trabzon. The Ataturk villa overlooks the city and the sea. It is indicated that it was built by a family of well-known merchants, and the villa was presented to Kemal Ataturk when he visited the city.
  • Trabzon Museum (Kostaki Palace): This palace was built in the early 1990s by the banker Kostaki Tivelaktov, and at the present time the palace has become a historical museum displaying the archaeological, ethnographic history of Trabzon, and the history of the palace, which is evidence of the Ottoman architecture of the upper classes of society in the Black Sea.
  • Sumela Monastery.
  • Ayder Resa Village: Ayder Village, as well as Riza Village which is considered one of the tea agricultural cities, is one of the cities worth exploring and visiting in Trabzon.

The city of Trabzon

The city of Trabzon is located in the northeastern side of Turkey, and it is located on a wide bay on the southeastern shore of the Black Sea, which is located precisely between latitude 41.01 degrees and longitude 39.73 degrees, and rises above sea level 39 meters, and has a population of 244,083 people, and reaches Its area is 4,938 square kilometers.

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