It’s history dates back at least 4000 years ago. Trabzon is one of the few cities in history that attracted the attention of the whole world. The Miletos Ionian originated after West Anatolia BC. They came to the Black Sea in the 7th century and founded colonial cities on the coast. Trabzon is also one of those colonies with central Sinop, and many researchers show this period as the first foundation of the city. In the same century, the Black Sea region came under the influx of the Kimmers from the Caucasus and the Scythians. After Bayezid I took Samsun region in 1398, the Kingdom of Komnenos of Trabzon was obliged to pay annual tax to the Ottoman State. The Ottoman Forces, under the leadership of Sultan Mehmed the Conqueror surrounded the region, captured Trabzon in 1461 and ended the dominance of the Komnenos. In the Ottoman period, Trabzon was first governed by the prince and the municipalities as province and sanjak. In the 16th century, Trabzon was converted into a state unit and became the center of this new administrative unit. In 1917, the “Bolshevik Revolution” in Russia, which leads to the withdrawal of the Russians from Trabzon. The Turkish Gangs gathered in Montenegro descend into Akçaabat, and three walks of Captain Kahraman Bey walk to Trabzon and enter Trabzon on 24 February 1918.


Gülbahar Hâtûn Kulliyah, Iskenderpaşa Mosque, Semerciler Mosque, Fatih Mosque, Kudreddin Mosque, Haghios Eugenius Church (New Cuma Mosque), Panaghia Chrysocephalos Church, Santa Maria Church, Haghia Sophia Church, Santa (Dumanlı) Alaca Han, Pasha Baths, Pilgrim Arif Hamamı, Uzun Lake which is a natural wonder with Imaret Stream aqueduct, Kuzgundere aqueduct, Irene tower, Hagia Sophia Museum, Trabzon Castle, Çamburnu, Kisarna and Yomra drinking, Çalköy cave, Akarsu village cave, Karadağ plateau, Hıdırnebi plateau.