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*[[Amasya]] {{-}} inland town on Yeşilırmak River with whitewashed Ottoman architecture and ancient tombs engraved on cliffs overlooking the town
*[[Bogazkale]]
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*[[Bogazkale]] {{-}} town close to '''Hattuşaş''', which was once the capital of Hittite Empire, indigenous people of Anatolian highlands
 
*[[Çorum]]
 
*[[Çorum]]
*[[Ordu]]
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*[[Ordu]] {{-}} coastal city
*[[Samsun]]
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*[[Samsun]] {{-}} the largest city on Turkish Black Sea coast
 
*[[Tokat]]
 
*[[Tokat]]
  

Revision as of 14:30, 15 June 2010

Central Karadeniz is a region in Black Sea Turkey, including the Amasya, Çorum, Ordu, Samsun, and Tokat provinces.

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  • Amasya — inland town on Yeşilırmak River with whitewashed Ottoman architecture and ancient tombs engraved on cliffs overlooking the town
  • Bogazkale — town close to Hattuşaş, which was once the capital of Hittite Empire, indigenous people of Anatolian highlands
  • Çorum
  • Ordu — coastal city
  • Samsun — the largest city on Turkish Black Sea coast
  • Tokat

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