Safranbolu for City Unesco


Check out this drone video of a historical town in north-central Turkey, compliments of contributor Atamer.medya.  Safranbolu is situated in Karabük, one of the non-coastal provinces which makes up the country's officially recognized Black Sea Region.  Founded by Greeks, the town is especially well known for its later Ottoman Era architecture, particularly its mosques, tombs, Turkish baths, and other similar cultural landmarks.  For this reason, Safranbolu was designed a World Heritage site by UNESCO in 1994.  

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