Artvin has so many historical buildings; natural landscapes and magnificent places to visit; believe me, you will not be able to visit for weeks. Artvin Because, in terms of the region, there is a plateau, magnificent waterfalls; incredible views, historical castles on every mountain you climb. It’s unclear what will happen when. You might think that you are in a game, but each level you pass is more challenging than the previous one; but it is just as enjoyable in this region.
which is one of the buildings that sheds light on the history of the city; was built in the 10th century. It is also called Hamamlı Church because it is located in Hamamlı Village.
I have always loved inhaling the scent of history.
The road is not bad. What bad roads. Even if your car is low, you can go. Located close to the main road. Go see. I agree that it’s neglected.
To visit Kazım Koyuncu’s grave and where he lived. Again, an incredible view greets me with the endless greenery and the tea fields; which I am fascinated with its scent. Next to me is the master of masters…
“By the way; to storms that break from time to time; to history even if it is full of evil; Don Quixote, we send our own warmth to fire thieves, Ernesto ”Çe” Guevara, roads-journeys, lovers, making love, the inability we can only dream of, warming up when cold, warm mothers and fathers above all, and songs that derive their taste from all this. We’ve seen bad things.
Wars, massacres, today—we are witnesses of the murderers. People and communities live from themselves, from themselves, from knowledge.
We saw burning villages, cities, forests, animals. We have seen poor people, mothers and fathers crying; children running to their death on the streets knowingly every day.
But reaching him said that he is living in this world. Thank you World.. KAZIM KOYUNCU
Continuing on my way, saluting the mountains, the hills, the clouds that envelop the hills. The Mençuna Waterfall; located in Arhavi district of Arvin, is the largest waterfall of the Eastern Black Sea Region.
An enormous waterfall located in Artvin Arhavi. I would not have guessed that there was such a beautiful and majestic waterfall. After the double bridge, the road is very narrow and 4 km inland from the broken creek by car. After that, there is parking space. Walking up and down the wooden step path is very difficult; but the nature is so beautiful that it is worth it. When you finally arrive at the Mençuna Waterfall, a wooden bridge and a magnificent waterfall greet you. A beauty in nature. It’s definitely worth the effort.
Karagol Sahara National Park
Located in the Şavşat district of Artvin and one of the 40 National Park areas in Turkey, Karagöl National Park is divided into 2 separate areas: Karagöl and Sahara Plateau.
natural beauty that you should not go to Artvin without seeing it. It is 1.5-2 hours away from the center. It is within the borders of Şavşat district. The road is beautiful from the center to Şavşat district. There are 2 ways from the district to go to the lake area. One starts from the center before entering the district. Mostly asphalt, the country road is a narrow road. It has stabilized and deteriorated parts, and if your vehicle is low, going slow here will protect your vehicle. For the other road, you need to go through the center of Şavşat and go to Yavuzköy, I think you should definitely go this way.
It has a great atmosphere when it is easy to reach. I think all the highlands of the Black Sea are wonderful. The only problem was that the roads were very bad after Ayder, and we could not continue by car, so we had to return. Maybe it’s seasonal. But it’s worth going to see
It is one of the 4 observation points built to protect trade routes in Rize. The building, which was named Kale-i Zir (Lower Castle) and named Zil Kale in vulgaric language, has a magnificent view.
In the description of the castle, the view is wonderful, but I will say that it has been restored very badly, but what has been done has not been restored, it has been rebuilt.
located in Kaçkar Mountains National Park, is one of the highest waterfalls in Rize. Palovit Waterfall This famous waterfall in a lush forest falls from a height of about 15 meters, scattering dust water particles around. You can watch from the platform built on the side of the road or from the bottom of the waterfall by descending the stairs that go down to the bottom of the waterfall. The flow of Palovit Waterfall flows more enthusiastically in May and June than in other months.