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    Bartın-Amasra-Karadenizin Şirin İlçesi Amasra'yı İngilizce Tanıyalım


    Historical fishing town of Amasra


    Amasra viewed from above looks like a little island. Famous for its fresh fish, wood carvings, stone houses, flowers and sights to see, Amasra is a special place

    (NTV) Before Tur***s Aegean and Mediterranean coasts grew to be so popular; Amasra was one of the most preferred vacation spots in Tur***. People from Istanbul and Ankara used to be its most frequent visitors but now, everyone is familiar with the beauties of this pretty town.

    The Black Sea embraces Amasra from three sides. But even the rain and the cold winds are never a hindrance to visitors. The hotels and boarding houses are always full. And of course, the fish restaurants.

    Coming into Amasra, those who look down from the hill called Bakacak (to look) soon realize that theyve come upon a true paradise on earth. Its not for nothing that Mehmet the Conqueror said when he first set foot in Amasra, Is this where the Fountain of Life is? The near-by regions of Tekkevn| and Kurucşile, with their picturesque wooden boats, add another colorful flavor to the town.

    The fishermen of Amasra and the weaving women, the wood artisans are all aware of the historical significance of the town. This is, after all, what Amasra is most famous for. And anyway, Amasrans love Amasra. And they do everything to make sure visitors love it too. And never forget it as well

    Amasra is a historical seaport built on a peninsula. For centuries there have been two bays and two islands that have welcomed mariners from across the seas. And five hills, each more beautiful than the last. Looking down from Boztepe (or Sandy Hill) is one of the most spectacular scenes ever to be seen. The night-lights and the evening shadows are a subtle invitation to follow the road from the center of town over the historical bridge.

    Even people who are not familiar with history or archeology prove to be fascinated with this town because it still carries the vestiges of thousands of years of history. The streets, the connecting bridges all give one a flavor of centuries before.

    Sesamos, Amastris and Amasara Amasra has been called all of these in history. A 3000-year history, it must not be forgotten.

    Amasras connection with fish can be seen at Canlı Balık (Live Fish) Restaurant. The food at this restaurant is truly something you can have no where else. The restaurant owner himself is the chef and theres hardly a gram of oil on anything you eat here. Anchovies, whiting, scorpion fish are all local fish. And at reasonable prices, too.

    There are fresh and colorful flowers at your table at every season in the restaurant here. You can have the best fish for the cheapest price. And a glass of raki, of course. A huge salad arrives first unbelievable taste. I ask, Who makes such a wonderful salad? The waiter smiles and answers, You can come and watch us making it but so far no ones been able to duplicate the taste!

    TRUE VEGGIE SALAD

    There are 33 ingredients in the salad, I am told. Practically all of the greens growing in the region. The fish arrives as I serve the salad. And for dessert? A wonderful special village sweet with honey spread out on yogurt and grated hazel-nuts on top. After I drink my demitasse of coffee served to me by the smiling waiter, I feel I have to run around Amasra a few times to burn up the calories Ive taken in.

    THE SEAPORT

    Amasra is mostly a fishing town. The townspeople for centuries have always loved the sea and fish and the town has been a favored port in the stormy Black Sea. The fishermen have remained at port awaiting the end of the storm and during the severe winter months the houses of Amasra have harbored fishermen for whole six-month seasons as they awaited the coming of spring.

    The sea and fish continued to play an important role in the development of contemporary tourism in the area. The boarding-houses in the town are run by the townspeople. The people of Amasra opened their houses to tourists long before the first hotel or boarding-house was built to accommodate visitors.

    THE HILLS OF AMASRA

    B|y|k Ada or Tavşan Adası (Big or Rabbit Island) is so close that it looks as if its a part of the mainland. Dont be fooled if you look down from Bakacak Tepesi youll see the two separate pieces of land.

    Going down the hills, the road leads into Amasra proper and to the Kemere Bridge. Passing through the gates of the original town fort, you come to another set of hills lying across from Tavşan Adası. It looks close enough to swim across to the island. The structures built by the Genoese are particularly eye-catching here.

    I suggest that you not make your tour by car. You must walk around Amasra to really get the flavor of its beauty. A special sight is the market where woodcarvings, woven goods and traditional pieces of art can be seen. And at reasonable prices. Theres not much more to see in the center of town, especially in winter, though.

    If its summer or spring, the choices are many. The beach at Büyük Liman, the Amasra Pool at Küçük Liman. You can also rent a boat and go to the Değirmenağzı, Gamışla and Felengit coasts.

    If its winter make sure you buy some of the flowers the village ladies grow themselves and call zarangadeh. Theyre like jonquils but their aroma is breath taking. These flowers are everywhere in Amasra.

    The sea, the fish, the wind, the flowers Amasra is just five hours from İstanbul, two-and-a-half from Ankara. Make a point of seeing this lovely Black Sea town.

    HOW TO GET THERE

    Five hours by car from İstanbul, two-and-a-half from Ankara. Turn into the northern exit Yenigağ on the Bolu-Gerede road. The Mengen-Devrek-Gaycuma-Bartın-Amasra route is the easiest to navigate.

    There are also direct busses that go to Amasra.

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    Amasra viewed from above looks like a little island. Famous for its fresh fish, wood carvings, stone houses, flowers and sights to see, Amasra is a special place

    (NTV) Before Tur***s Aegean and Mediterranean coasts grew to be so popular; Amasra was one of the most preferred vacation spots in Tur***. People from Istanbul and Ankara used to be its most frequent visitors but now, everyone is familiar with the beauties of this pretty town.

    The Black Sea embraces Amasra from three sides. But even the rain and the cold winds are never a hindrance to visitors. The hotels and boarding houses are always full. And of course, the fish restaurants.

    Coming into Amasra, those who look down from the hill called Bakacak (to look) soon realize that theyve come upon a true paradise on earth. Its not for nothing that Mehmet the Conqueror said when he first set foot in Amasra, Is this where the Fountain of Life is? The near-by regions of Tekkevn| and Kurucşile, with their picturesque wooden boats, add another colorful flavor to the town.





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