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A Road Less Travelled: Turkey's Black Sea Coast
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Credit: Nick St.Oegger via Visura
Asset ID: VA77459
Caption: Available
Copyright: © Nick St.Oegger, 2022
Collection: Travel
Location: Turkey
Topics: Culture stories Documentary Editorial International Stories Journalism Landscape Nature Photography Reportage Travel Vacation

Nick St.Oegger

Based in Tirana, Albania

My journey as a storyteller was inspired by childhood trips with my mountaineer grandfather, who introduced me to the wonders of the natural world, while sharing tales of the people and places from his adventurous life. He sparked in me...
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Amasra, a small port town in the eastern portion of Turkey's Black Sea Region.
Women chat on a bench overlooking the harbour in Amasra, on the Black Sea, Turkey.
Fishermen returning from a day's work in Amasra, on Turkey's Black Sea coast. 
The side profile of modern Turkey's founder, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, atop a castle in Amasra. 
View from a small seafood restaurant on Turkey's Black Sea coast.
View of the Black Sea near the port town of Amasra, Turkey.
People rest in the shade overlooking the Black Sea near Amasra. The region's oceanic climate means cooler summers and more precipitation than the majority of the rest of Turkey. 
Children take turns diving from a large rock into the harbour near the town of Amasra, on Turkey's Black Sea Coast.
View from a roadside tea shop overlooking the coastline in Turkey's Black Sea Region. 
View of the city of Cide, in the central part of Turkey's Black Sea Region.    
A man walks along a concrete pier in İnebolu, in Turkey's Black Sea Region.
Garlic for sale at a petrol station off the main highway near İnebolu, Black Sea Region.
The State Road D.010, also known as the Black Sea Coastal Road, is a major West-East highway connecting towns and villages along Turkey's northern coastline. Opened in 2007, the region had previously been largely isolated without any major roads connecting the area to major population centres in the south of the country.
People walk to watch the sunset on an outcropping near Hacıveli, on Turkey's Black Sea coast. 
View of container ships in the Black Sea, near the city of Sinop, on the northernmost edge of Turkey's Black Sea coast.
View towards Sinop, Black Sea Region, Turkey. 
A man sits outside of a restaurant in the town of Sinop, Turkey.    
A shop selling elaborate models of historical sailing ships, and other nautical souvenirs, in Sinop, Turkey.
The city of Samsun, a major port in the eastern part of Turkey's Black Sea Region.
Amasya, a historical city set in the mountains just inland from Turkey's Black Sea coastline. The city is well known for its traditional Ottoman Houses, and large fortified castle that overlooks the city and surrounding areas. 
A souvenir shop in Amasya, Black Sea Region, Turkey.
A cafe overlooking the harbour in Tirebolu, Black Sea Region, Turkey.
Interior of a seafood restaurant, Tirebolu, Black Sea Region, Turkey.
Trees shrouded in mist near Trabzon, on the far eastern side of Turkey's Black Sea coast. The Black Sea Region is the only part of Turkey that receives high levels of precipitation annually, featuring warm and humid summers, and cold, damp winters with snowfall. 
View of the Sumela Monastery, a Greek Orthodox Monastery founded around 386 AD, set within a mountainside near the coastal city of Trabzon, in Turkey's Black Sea Region.