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Hagia Sophia Museum
The Aya Sofya Museum is located in the western part of the city of Trabzon, specifically in the area overlooking the sea, and it is an ancient historical historical building built during the thirteenth century AD, and was initially used as a church, then turned into a museum open to visitors, And tourists. It should be noted that the building was restored during the period (1957-1963).
Gulbhar Mosque and Mausoleum
Gülbahar Mosque (Turkish: Gülbahar) is an ancient historical mosque built during the era of the Ottoman Empire, and it is considered one of the most important Ottoman buildings in the city of Trabzon; it was named after Gulbhar, wife of the Ottoman Sultan Bayezid II who assumed state rule during the period (1481-1512) CE .
The Sumela Monastery is considered one of the most important tourist attractions in the Turkish city of Trabzon, and it is an ancient Greek Orthodox monastery built for the first time in the year 386 AD.
Trabzon Castle is an ancient historical castle built during the Byzantine Empire. It is mainly composed of three parts, one of which was built around the year 2000 BC, while the other two parts were built by Emperor Alexius II.
The Atatürk Palace (in Turkish: Atatürk Köşkü Müzesi), with its magnificent architecture, was built in 1890 AD, and at that time it represented the residence of a prominent Greek figure, then Mustafa Kemal Ataturk took it as its headquarters in 1924 AD, and it was finally converted into a museum of antiquities and ethnography in 1987 AD.
The Zagǧnos Bridge (in Turkish: Zaǧnos) is located in the gardens of the Zagnos Valley, a historical bridge built during the Romen or Byzantine era, and underwent repair and restoration during the fifteenth century AD.
The Karsi Mosque (in Turkish: Çarşı Camii), which dates back to 1839 AD, is located in the Bazaar neighborhood in Trabzon, and it is considered the largest mosque in the downtown area.