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Was du in Trabzon unternehmen kannst

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Establishment
“Sümela Monastery The Sümela Monastery Turkish: Sümela Manastırı) stands at the foot of a steep cliff facing the Altındere valley in the region of Maçka in Trabzon Province, Turkey. It is a major tourist attraction located in the Altındere National Park. It lies at an altitude of about 1200 metres overlooking much of the alpine scenery below. The monastery was founded in the year 386 (during the reign of the Emperor Theodosius I, AD 375 – 395) by two Athenian priests – Barnabas and Sophronius according to the Turkish Ministry of Culture. Legend states that they found an icon of the Virgin Mary in a cave on the mountain and decided to remain in order to establish the monastery. During its long”
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“the perfect place to spend a good time, enjoying the stunning views of the city and indulge in a real Turkish tea and Turkish coffee”
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“Ganita Cay Bahcesi is the perfect place to spend a good time, enjoying the stunning views of the sea and grab your Turkish tea , take some deep breath and relax. So restful. Love this place”
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Lake
“With its lakeside mosque and forested mountains that recall Switzerland, the 'hidden valley' of Uzungöl (Long Lake) remains idyllic, There are currently over 2000 rooms here, catering to a growing number of visitors from the Gulf States. A flurry of recent development, including a retaining wall against the lake, makes it feel a little artificial compared with much of the Kaçkars further east, but it makes a good base for hikes in the Soğanlı Mountains and to the tiny lakes around Demirkapı in the Haldizen Mountains. Summer weekends get very busy, so try to visit during the week. ”
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Café
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Restaurant
“Their desserts are very very delicious especially "Laz pastry (pie). We call it as a "Laz Borek" This dish is a specialty of Rize region, and simply a baklava like dessert filled with custard instead of nuts.. Laz Boregi has a very interesting (weird) name for those Turkish people who are not from the region, since the name 'borek' is usually used for different types of pastry dishes with variety of savory fillings, except Laz Boregi.. And Laz is, according to Wikipedia, the name of the "ethnic group native to the Black Sea coastal regions of Turkey and Georgia".. Then, the English translation for this dessert would be 'Borek of Laz People'...”
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Route
“The restaurant name is " Hamsikoy Yayla Lokantasi''. Their baked rice pudding (we say '' Fırın Sütlaç) is so delicious. You can also eat their signature dish of beans. P.S: l strongly recommend to eat this dessert dish in this place because you may not get their unique taste in other place but this place may far from Trabzon ( almost takes 54 min) for you so if you have no time to visit there, l recommend you other nice place (Nejla Hanımın Ev tatlıları- see in below for address ) to eat this dish. Their baked rice pudding is so good either.”
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Restaurant
“Their meatball which they call Akcabat Kofte is very delicious. This is a signature dish of them. Strongly recommend to eat it. Edit ”
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Establishment
“Their signature dish rice and gyro plate is awesome. Strongly recommend to eat it. ”
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Essen
“Trabzon's one of the most popular dishes is Pita (We say "Pide"). There is a lots of types of it like a ground beef Pita, cheese Pita, ground beef and eggs Pita etc. A Trabzon Pita (Pide) is a delicious flatbread pizza. Most likely natives in Trabzon eat it for breakfast. To me is not just for breakfast as well.”
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Restaurant
“One of the most popular and a species native to Trabzon dish is "Kuymak".A favorite breakfast staple in Turkey’s northern Black Sea region is a delicious blend of local cheeses melted together with coarsely ground corn meal in a ‘sahan’. Pieces of fresh, crusty bread are used to scoop up the mixture with your fingers. This dish is called ‘kuymak’ (kooy-MAK’) in the city of Trabzon, ‘mıhlama’ (MIH’-lah-mah) in the northeastern provinces like Erzurum and Bayburt and ‘muhlama’ (MOOH’-lah-mah) in Rize and Artvin. In Giresun and Ordu it’s called ‘yağlaş’ (YAH’-lahsh). If you go to Soumela Monastery, you would able to stop by this place.”
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Einkaufszentrum
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Park
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Mosque
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Route
“To the west of Zagnos bridge. It has a tea garden, Ottoman mosque, and the central public library. There is also a full-size model of a Serander, a timber structure typical of the Black Sea region meant to store food away from rodents. To the north of the park is the Varlıbaş shopping mall and the City Council building”
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