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A substantial part of Karabük is situated on the western extension of the North Anatolian Mountains. Karabük's canyons have a special status among its natural beauties.

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Karabük

In addition to the natural beauties, provided by its nature parks, rivers, deep canyons, vast forests, caves, fragrant flowers and wildlife, which make it popular among nature lovers, Karabük...

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Karabük

One of the cultural assets of the Eflani District is the Eflani weaving, also known as Çember.

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Karabük

This Turkish Delight is produced on a daily basis in a variety of flavours like coconut, hazelnut, double roasted pistachio, saffron, rose, and mastic gum.

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Karabük

Karabük's touristic district Safranbolu received its name from the saffron flower, which is famous for its colour, smell and economic value. Saffron is able to stain the 100-fold amount of its own weight into yellow.

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Karabük

Karabük's canyons have a special status among its natural beauties. The canyons, which are mainly in Safranbolu, emerged through deep cracks in the limestone layers.

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Houses of Safranbolu: Safranbolu is a model city that maintains all features of traditional Turkish social life within an urban scale, and presents its historical and cultural works to all people.

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in Karabük

After a nice breakfast on your first day in Karabük and a view over the city from the Safranbolu Hıdırlık Hill, you can start to visit the historic architectural buildings, like the İzzet Mehmet Paşa Mosque...

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