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Trabzon is a province of Turkey on the Black Sea coast. Located in a strategically important region, Trabzon is one of the oldest trade port cities in Anatolia. In medieval times, the city served as the capital of Empire of Trebizond, which also provided several emperors to the Byzantine throne in Constantinople, the longest surviving one of Byzantine states.
The Aya Sofya Museum is a beautiful and picturesque church converted into a mosque and later into a museum that still has stunning frescoes within, Muslim Seljuk stone workers also worked on the construction of St. Sophia Church Sümela Monastery is a spectacular monastery perched dramatically on the narrow ledge of a steep cliff in the forests south of Trabzon. It was built in the fourth century, just before the Roman Empire split into east and west, by two Athenian priests. Atatürk Mansion is an example of 19th century European architecture; the mansion has been exhibited as a museum since 1964.
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