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The province of Ordu is like the gate of the Eastern Black Sea Region. Ordu is a city where you can see endless natural beauties together with its coasts where blue and green embrace, calm coves and beaches, mountains starting right from the coastline, endless and beautiful plateaus in the highlands as well as its vegetation.

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Ordu

Ordu, which was ruled by the Cimmerians, Persians, Macedonians, Pontus, Romans and Byzantines since 7th century BC, and finally passed under the rule of the Turks, is one of the most popular cities of the Black Sea with its thousands of years of history, cultural richness and natural beauty.

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Ordu

In Ordu, which has a rich handicraft tradition, copperwork, basket weaving, cradle manufacturing, stonemasonry, wood carving, cane manufacturing, wood burning, pottery and broom manufacturing are among crafts that are still continued.

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taste

Ordu

Ordu cuisine culture has mostly evolved according to the geographical features of the city. For example, the preferred ingredients and flavors may vary between coastal areas and interior areas and between low plains and high plateaus.

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smell

Ordu

On the long and clean shores of Ordu, you can enjoy the magnificent view of mother nature while sipping your tea accompanied by the freshness of the sea carried by the breeze blowing from the Black Sea at sunrise.

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Ordu

As is the case throughout the Black Sea, the plateaus of Ordu generally host many festivals in the spring and summer months.

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10 vibes for Ordu

like locals

During the wee hours, ride a bicycle on the 12 km cycling track and walking path on the Ordu coast, go for a walk, and when you get tired, relax while drinking your coffee at the facilities along the beach…

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48 hours

in Ordu

You can start the day with a visit to Paşaoğlu Mansion Ethnography Museum. After visiting this historical museum with 4361 registered works in total, you can visit the historical Taşbaşı Church, which is now a cultural center.

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