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WESTERN BLACKSEA REGION - TURKEY
 
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The Black Sea Region Lush and green throughout the year, rocky mountains, the cool waters of the coast and plantations of tea, hazelnuts, tobacco and corn, the Black Sea is a unique part of the country. The main industry is farming, thanks mainly to the high rainfall, andin the summer the roadsides are lined with hazelnuts drying in the sun. The culture, cuisine, climate and even dialect is different to the rest of Turkey, and the coastal road stretches from east of Istanbul to the border with Georgia. The cities in this region are Amasya, Artvin, Bolu, Corum, Duzce, Giresun, Gumushane, Kastamonu, Ordu, Rize, Samsun, Sinop, Tokat, Trabzon Zonguldak, Bartin and Karabuk. Akcakoca is on the far western side of the coast, with endless hazelnutorchards. Inland to the east is Safranbolu, with a wonderful collection of old Ottoman houses, and Devek, famous for its intricately carved walking canes.Further along the coast are Inkum, Amasra and Cakraz, and then Sinop which has been a port for 1000 years and is still one of the biggest in the Black Sea. The town takes its name from the Amazon queen Sinope and local mythology suggests that femalewarriors, called Amazons, lived in this region. It is now an important industrial and commercial centre.Unye and Fatsa, east of Samsun, are popular holiday resorts with natural scenic beauty, beaches, accommodation, campsites and restaurants. Ordu is a charming city with hazelnut orchards stretching out for miles in all directions and 46km east isGiresun, with its castle perched on a steep rocky slope, crowning the city and overlooking the beach. This is where the Roman general Lucullus saw cherries for the first time, and liked them so much he introduced them into Europe.Trabzon is another important commercial port on the Black Sea, and it connects with ports in other Black Sea countries. Trabzon Castle was founded on an area shaped like a table, and the architecture that developed around the castle reflects Byzantine,Commagene and Ottoman styles. The city's most important building is the Ayasofya Museum, the interior of which is decorated with frescoes, and the exterior with reliefs. From Boztepe Park and the Ataturk Museum there are stunning panoramic views ofthe city. Inside the Altindere National Park near Macka, the Sumela Monastery is perched on high cliffs overlooking the Altindere valley, and was founded in the 14th century by Alexius III. Inside the monastery is a church, a library, various other rooms and asacred spring.The area around Rize is the wettest in the country with wonderful shades of green, and is the centre of Turkey's tea production with plantations on the high terraces. Hopa is the last Turkish port before reaching the Georgian border, and to the southis Artvin. The city was established on the terraced hills overlooking the Coruh River, which is well known for rafting, and within the province are old Georgian houses and churches.
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Russia Has Annexed Black Sea Provinces Before
 
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Crisis in the Caucasus (2008): As Russian tanks rolled into South Ossetia, the world's eyes turned East. In the West the message was clear: Georgia falls victim to Russian aggression. But is our media telling us the whole story? For downloads and more information visit: http://www.journeyman.tv/?lid=59119 Today Abkhazia, previously a province of Georgia, is celebrating independence after Russian military forced Georgia out of the province. The sky flashes with fireworks and Abkhazians dance in the streets. But few outside share Abkhazia's enthusiasm. 'Russia is now directly telling all its neighbours that it will be using force -- that it is trying to restore its lost empire', says Georgi Badrize, a Georgian diplomat. Few in the West would disagree. But in Abkhazia's Parliament, president Sergey Bagapsh is giving official thanks to Russia. This day, he tells us, marks the end of decades of Georgian abuse. 'People were starving', he says. 'We couldn't treat our kids, we were not allowed to import medications'. Many Azkhazians are angered by the pro-Georgian stance of Western media. 'Everybody thinks that the Georgians deserve independence and freedom and the right to be part of the international community', says humanitarian worker Liana Kvarchelia, 'and we are not'. Bagapsh claims that it is not only the media that is biased in Georgia's favour. He provides our reporter with an armed guard and permission to enter the border region between Abkhasia and Georgia, where he claims we will find evidence that the UN and NATO were complicit in Georgia's illegally stockpiling of weapons for an attck against Abkazia. A shocking and fascinating report. SBS Dateline - Ref no - 4174 Journeyman Pictures is your independent source for the world's most powerful films, exploring the burning issues of today. We represent stories from the world's top producers, with brand new content coming in all the time. On our channel you'll find outstanding and controversial journalism covering any global subject you can imagine wanting to know about.
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Show Me Turkey - Western Blacksea | Bana Türkiye'yi Göster - Batı  Karadeniz
 
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Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bekartravels/ Website: www.halilbekar.com . Bu seyahat videosu ile batı karadenizin güzelliklerini vurgulamak ve insanlara Türkiye'nin uçsuz bucaksız güzelliklerinden bir parçasını sunmak istedim. Çekim, kurgu, senaryo, düzenleme gibi şeyleri tek başıma yapmış olmam beni biraz yorsa da sonucun buna değdiğini düşünüyorum. Video ile ilgili her türlü yoruma ve eleştiriye açığım. O yüzden yorum kısmında elinizi korkak alıştırmayın. Şayet beğenirseniz, kanala üye olmayı unutmayın. İyi seyirler. . In this travel video I wanted to emphasize the beauties of western blacksea and show a glimpse of endless beauties of Turkey. As I did the shooting, editing and scenario alone, it took me a long time to edit. I am open to comments and critics in the comment. That's why keep the comments coming. . Dostum Murat Dağaslan son dakikada yetişip modelim olmasaydı sondaki havalı bitiş olmazdı. Sağolsun :) Beni evinde ağırlayan ve Safranbolu'da gezdiren Özgür Yağcı'ya çok teşekkürler. Kardeşim de Ömer de sağolsun model ihtiyacımı Kastamonu'da karşıladı. . Müzikler için Spotify'da klasör yaptım, bu link ile hepsini dinleyebilirsiniz: https://open.spotify.com/user/11123303103/playlist/645JdBhbMQQ3bTlx73xGlr?si=ChJzq1_jQC2aqfp9u3ak1w . Musics: The Little Things (Kasbo remix) Epic Vocal Music CHOSEN by Generdyn (feat. Svrcina) Illenium - Sleepwalker (feat. Joni Fatora) Arc North X Polarbearz - Together Now (Instrumental Edit) Rachel F. Williams - I Fight For You Epic Female Vocal Fantasy Music ODESZA - Memories That You Call (PETIT BISCUIT Remix).mp3 . . . Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for -fair use- for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.
Views: 8399 Halil Bekar
Turkey.Home - Black Sea Region: Feel The Nature
 
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Watch more Turkey videos on Turkey Home channel: https://goo.gl/gn2Kc3 Get lost in the green, touch to the clouds and feel the nature under your skin. Black Sea Region of Turkey: Simply inspiring... #Turkey #Homeof #Greenery
Views: 3389 Turkey.Home
PROMOTING INNOVATIVE RURAL TOURISM IN THE BLACK SEA BASIN REGION (PIRT) PROJECT
 
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PROMOTING INNOVATIVE RURAL TOURISM IN THE BLACK SEA BASIN REGION (PIRT) PROJECT Study Tour to Bulgaria A regional group of tourism sector service providers and representatives of travel agencies from Armenia, Georgia and Turkey were on a study tour to Bulgaria in the framework of the PIRT Project. During the visit to Bulgaria the representatives of tourism sector service providers and travel agencies have the opportunity to discover the specifics of the Bulgarian tourism sector and to learn from the best practice of local service providers in the North-East and South -East Planning regions and country. The participants visited different sites in Varna and neighbor towns such as: Nature Park of Golden Sands Nature Park “Golden Sands” (in Bulgaria known as Zlatni Piasatsi) is the smallest nature park (13.2 sq. km) in Bulgaria. The park was declared as protected area for conservation and protection of valuable habitats, flora, fauna and specific landscapes in 1943. The Park is part of the “European Network Natura” 2000 as a Special Area of Conservation named Zlatni Piasatsi. The Nature Park is situated 17 km northeast from Varna. The area is parallel to the coastal line, forms the west border of the resort Golden Sands and reaches the Kranevo village in the north. In the framework of PIRT project Varna Economic Development Agency (VEDA) partners with the Directorate of the Nature Park as a potential touristic site for those who are interested in eco tourism. For the purpose of fostering the flow of tourists and other visitors into the Park, the team works on the development of appropriate environment for organization of trainings, festivals, meetings, observations and research in the park during visits of students, citizens, scientific workers and foreign guests. Rural Guesthouse of Baba Radka The guesthouse of Baba Radka is located in the village Solnik, 50 km south from Varna, Bulgaria. The house is a “living museum” of national authenticity, traditions and culture. About 20 years ago granny Radka welcomed the first visitors to her home. They were American tourists who came to learn more about the Bulgarian traditions and customs. It was at that time when an idea came to granny Radka to transfer her house into a tourist attraction. This is a typical destination for those who love rural tourism. In “Baba Radka” all the guests are welcomed with bread and salt, as the old tradition says, and generate hugs and smiles of granny Radka. The guests are welcome to visit a typical Bulgarian village house with its farm buildings, domestic animals, orchard, vegetable garden and vineyard. The dining area is in the inner courtyard which reflects old atmosphere from the past. One can see jugs, copper bowls, gas lamps and other old household goods on wooden shelves. Here the tourists can also see a summer kitchen and a place for bread baking. The old stone fountain, the well, the vine-arbor and the colorful garden flowers complement the feeling of Renaissance mountain yard. The hosts present very interesting folklore program of authentic songs and national dances with participation of old and young generation and the guests which brings nice emotions and impressions. The guests are served delicious homemade dishes and may stay overnight at granny Radka’s house. A Bee Farm in the village of Kosharitsa The regional group of tourism sector service providers and representatives of travel agencies visited a bee farm in the village of Kosharitsa. Kosharitsa is a small village, situated in Nessebar municipality, in the region of Bourgas. It has a very good location, just 4 kilometers away from the lively Sunny Beach Resort. This virgin mountainous nature is also a wonderful place for honey production. The farmer produces honey in hives and hollows and offers his visitors to taste honey, honey cake, honey brandy and juice rights at the site. The tourists can also purchase all of the products of the farm as well as nice souvenirs relating to bee farming and national traditions. Aladja Monastery Aladzha Monastery is a medieval Orthodox Christian cave monastery complex in northeastern Bulgaria, 17 km north of central Varna and 3 km west of Golden Sands beach resort, in a protected forest area adjacent to the Golden Sands Nature Park. The monastery caves were hewn into a 25- m high vertical karst cliff near the upper edge of the Franga plateau on several levels. The complex includes two small nearby catacombs. Today, the grotto is a popular tourist destination. Nowadays the Monastery does not function, no monks live there and it is turned into a monument of culture and a museum. More videos and pictures at: http://impactpressgroup.org http://impactpressgroup.org
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Ukraine’s Black Sea coast the next geopolitical flashpoint
 
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Ukraine’s Black Sea coast the next geopolitical flashpoint - The Kerch Strait incident in November 2018 indicates that the geographic focal point of the Russian-Ukrainian military conflict may be currently shifting from the Donets Basin to the Black and Azov Seas. Four factors in particular make further tensions between Moscow and Kyiv, along the shores of the Crimean peninsula and Ukraine’s southeastern mainland coastline probable. On November 25th 2018 Russia attacked Ukrainian naval vessels at the Kerch Strait, captured three ships and arrested the 24 sailors on board. The maritime clash indicates that the focal point of the Russian-Ukrainian military conflict may gradually shift from the Donets Basin to the Azov Sea in 2019. According to Vitaliy Kravchuk, senior researcher at the Institute of Economic Research and Policy Consulting in Kyiv, “if there are further marine incidents, it could mean the closure of the Azov ports for shipping.” Such a development would have grave economic repercussions not only for the large cities of Mariupol (approximately 455,000 inhabitants) and Berdyansk (approximately 115,000 inhabitants). These two ports have hitherto been handling about five per cent of Ukraine’s foreign trade, mostly in steel, chemicals and agricultural products. Ukraine has only limited or/and decrepit alternative transport infrastructure to redirect trade flows that have until now gone through the Mariupol and Berdyansk seaports. Continuing tensions or, worse, further escalation at the Azov Sea will above all threaten social stability in south-eastern mainland Ukraine. It can also lead to a significant reduction or even curtailment of Ukrainian economic growth in 2019 and beyond. Absent Western material reactions and international organizations In spite of these potentially grave consequences, such a scenario is not unlikely. There are several simultaneous and mutually aggravating catalysts for rising tensions along the Azov and Black Sea coastlines. They include: the reaction of the West vis-à-vis different Russian escalation schemes; the degree of involvement of international organizations in the Azov Sea; the stability and functionality of the Kerch Strait Bridge; and the unresolved issue of ensuring a sustainable fresh water supply to occupied Crimea. A major factor currently enabling escalation in the Azov region is the West’s reaction (or lack thereof) to the recent naval confrontation near the Kerch Strait Bridge. The West, so far, follows what one could call the Crimea Modus (and not the Donbas Modus) of response to rising tension between Moscow and Kyiv. The EU has not reacted materially to the capture of Ukrainian sailors, as it did after the shooting down of MH17 in July 2014. Reminiscent of its behavior in the wake of Russia’s annexation of Crimea in March 2014, the EU has instead responded by sending verbal and symbolic signals to Moscow, and may, if at all, impose some individual sanctions. The West’s largely non-material signaling may encourage the Kremlin to switch Russian military and other anti-Ukrainian activities from the Donbas to the Azov Sea and Ukraine’s south-eastern drylands. To Moscow, the latter may appear as a less risky hybrid war theatre than the Donbas, particularly in an economic sense. While continuing blockade of Ukrainian trade or further military escalation may further raise Western “concern,” apparently, the overall costs of such behavior will remain low, for the Kremlin. A second determinant of continuing or rising tensions around Crimea rather than in the Donets Basin is the involvement of international organizations (or lack thereof) in the two different regions. It is worth remembering that in 2017 Putin suggested an increase of such organizations’ presence in the Donbas. He proposed to add a small, armed UN protection contingent to the relatively large, unarmed OSCE observation mission. To be sure, this proposal did not satisfy Ukraine and the West back then and was thus not implemented. Still, Putin has been far more lenient regarding the presence of international organizations in the Donbas than with regard to the Azov Sea and Crimea. Here, the Kremlin is demonstratively blocking even a minor presence of unarmed OSCE observers, not to mention an armed UN mission. The absence of significant international organizations in the Azov Sea and on the Crimean peninsula makes Russian actions against Ukraine in that region less risky and more likely. Unclear future of the Kerch Strait Bridge and Crimean water supply Subscribe Now : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0IlEuu4TA9wq1u60tLMqBw?sub_confirmation=1 Facebook: https://facebook.com/USMilitaryNewsVideos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/militaryvideos_ Twitter:
EASTERN BLACKSEA REGION - TURKEY
 
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The Black Sea Region Lush and green throughout the year, rocky mountains, the cool waters of the coast and plantations of tea, hazelnuts, tobacco and corn, the Black Sea is a unique part of the country. The main industry is farming, thanks mainly to the high rainfall, andin the summer the roadsides are lined with hazelnuts drying in the sun. The culture, cuisine, climate and even dialect is different to the rest of Turkey, and the coastal road stretches from east of Istanbul to the border with Georgia. The cities in this region are Amasya, Artvin, Bolu, Corum, Duzce, Giresun, Gumushane, Kastamonu, Ordu, Rize, Samsun, Sinop, Tokat, Trabzon Zonguldak, Bartin and Karabuk. Akcakoca is on the far western side of the coast, with endless hazelnutorchards. Inland to the east is Safranbolu, with a wonderful collection of old Ottoman houses, and Devek, famous for its intricately carved walking canes.Further along the coast are Inkum, Amasra and Cakraz, and then Sinop which has been a port for 1000 years and is still one of the biggest in the Black Sea. The town takes its name from the Amazon queen Sinope and local mythology suggests that femalewarriors, called Amazons, lived in this region. It is now an important industrial and commercial centre.Unye and Fatsa, east of Samsun, are popular holiday resorts with natural scenic beauty, beaches, accommodation, campsites and restaurants. Ordu is a charming city with hazelnut orchards stretching out for miles in all directions and 46km east isGiresun, with its castle perched on a steep rocky slope, crowning the city and overlooking the beach. This is where the Roman general Lucullus saw cherries for the first time, and liked them so much he introduced them into Europe.Trabzon is another important commercial port on the Black Sea, and it connects with ports in other Black Sea countries. Trabzon Castle was founded on an area shaped like a table, and the architecture that developed around the castle reflects Byzantine,Commagene and Ottoman styles. The city's most important building is the Ayasofya Museum, the interior of which is decorated with frescoes, and the exterior with reliefs. From Boztepe Park and the Ataturk Museum there are stunning panoramic views ofthe city. Inside the Altindere National Park near Macka, the Sumela Monastery is perched on high cliffs overlooking the Altindere valley, and was founded in the 14th century by Alexius III. Inside the monastery is a church, a library, various other rooms and asacred spring.The area around Rize is the wettest in the country with wonderful shades of green, and is the centre of Turkey's tea production with plantations on the high terraces. Hopa is the last Turkish port before reaching the Georgian border, and to the southis Artvin. The city was established on the terraced hills overlooking the Coruh River, which is well known for rafting, and within the province are old Georgian houses and churches.
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KARADENIZ TRIP// Explore Turkey's Black Sea Region
 
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Exploring Turkey's Black Sea Region , filmed with Dji Phantom 4 and GoPro hero 5 with the karma grip stabilizer .
Views: 3072 Aykun Oymakas
Turkey.Home - Black Sea Region: Feel The Adrenaline
 
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Watch more Turkey videos on Turkey Home channel: https://goo.gl/gn2Kc3 Get lost in the green, touch to the clouds and feel the adrenaline under your skin. Black Sea of Turkey: Simply inspiring... #Turkey #Homeof #Greenery
Views: 2548 Turkey.Home
My Heritage DNA Results Turkey (Turkish), Zonguldak/Bartın-Black Sea Region
 
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+++++INFO+++++READ!!!! I am from Turkey from Zonguldak ( Black Sea Region), but live in Germany. Thats why this Video is in German. The high amount of Turkic genes surprised me to be honest and makes me really happy. The West Asian and Greek Genes were no surprise, I look Mediterrean/Southern European with light skin. The Jewish ancestry surprised me the most and gave me much to think about, I am really proud about this as well. All in all it really widened my Horizon. If you have questions, go ahead I will answer as much as I can. FYI : My Name is Kubilay, I am 1.77m, light skin, dark hair and hazel eyes with a slightly asian kind of Eyes. HOPE THIS VIDEO WAS INFORMATIVE FOR YOU!!! IT WAS FOR ME FOR SURE ! :) Peace.
Views: 6021 Kubi Lay
Best Tourist Attractions: Black Sea Coast of Turkey
 
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Best Tourist Attractions and Best Places... Black Sea Coast of Turkey, fantastic region of Turkey... We will show you the best tourist attactions, top popular touristic places of Black Sea Region of Turkey...
Views: 2970 Turkey Travel Tips
Show Me Turkey - Western Blacksea Trailer | Bana Türkiye'yi Göster - Batı Karadeniz Fragman
 
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Batı Karadeniz seyahat videosundan önce fragmanını paylaşmak istedim. Yakın bir süre sonra da videoyu paylaşma dileğiyle. İyi seyirler, Muzik: The Guardian by Ender Guney - I wanted to share the trailer of my western blacksea travel video before sharing the actual video. I am hoping to share it with you soon as well. Enjoy. Music: The Guardian by Ender Guney
Views: 761 Halil Bekar
a Cave in The Western Black Sea ● TURKEY
 
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Black Sea Adventure in Turkey
 
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When you think "adventure travel," your mind probably doesn't immediately jump to "northern Turkey." But it should. Because as it turns out, the Black Sea region in the north of Turkey has some of the most diverse, beautiful terrain in the world. The coast is separated from the rest of Turkey by a giant mountain range, which means the area not only has beaches, but also has mountain hikes, white water rafting, kayaking over crystal clear lakes, and killer mountain biking trails. You can have a cup of tea in the remote desert oasis town of Yedigoller, you can ride a motor-driven parachute from the top of the Hagia Sophia Museum in Trabzon, you can visit the ancient Ottoman Haho Monastery, or you can chill in the Alpine resort town of Ayder. Or all of the above. If you needed any further proof, check out this video we made of some of the awesomeness you can get up to in the Black Sea region of Turkey. Find more great content at http://www.matadornetwork.com
Views: 91671 Matador Network
Монеты кельтов в Северо Западном Причерноморье - Celtic coins in the North-Western Black Sea Region
 
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Новости "Одесского коллекционера" № 39 http://museum.com.ua/odessacollector//
Views: 66 Peter Loboda
Two NATO ships enter Black Sea – German Warship & Turkey Warship
 
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Two NATO ships enter Black Sea – German Warship & Turkey Warship An escalation of tensions in the Black Sea region is seen as yet another instrument of Western political pressure on Russia. A flotilla of warships from Standing NATO Maritime Group Two (SNMG2 have sailed into the Black Sea in what the NATO naval command describes as part of an ongoing effort to enhance regional stability and a sign of support for NATO member-states. The group is led by British guided missile destroyer HMS Duncan. The group also includes Spanish Navy frigate SPS Victoria, Turkish Navy frigate TCG Gemlik, German Navy frigate FGS Bayern, as well as several smaller ships. Read More ; https://bit.ly/2Er5DTa
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Black Sea Region - TURKEY
 
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Black Sea Region, Turkey The Black Sea region has a steep, rocky coast with rivers that cascade through the gorges of the coastal ranges. A few larger rivers, those cutting back through the Pontic Mountains (Dogu Karadeniz Daglari), have tributaries that flow in broad, elevated basins. Access inland from the coast is limited to a few narrow valleys because mountain ridges, with elevations of 1,525 to 1,800 meters in the west and 3,000 to 4,000 meters in the east in Kaçkar Mountains, form an almost unbroken wall separating the coast from the interior. The higher slopes facing northwest tend to be densely forested. Because of these natural conditions, the Black Sea coast historically has been isolated from Anatolia. Running from Zonguldak in the west to Rize in the east, the narrow coastal strip widens at several places into fertile, intensely cultivated deltas. The Samsun area, close to the midpoint, is a major tobacco-growing region; east of it are numerous citrus groves. East of Samsun, the area around Trabzon is world-renowned for the production of hazelnuts, and farther east the Rize region has numerous tea plantations. All cultivable areas, including mountain slopes wherever they are not too steep, are sown or used as pasture. The mild, damp climate of the Black Sea coast makes commercial farming profitable. The western part of the Black Sea region, especially the Zonguldak area, is a center of coal mining and heavy industry. The North Anatolian Mountains in the north are an interrupted chain of folded highlands that generally parallel the Black Sea coast. In the west, the mountains tend to be low, with elevations rarely exceeding 1,500 meters, but they rise in an easterly direction to heights greater than 3,000 meters south of Rize. Lengthy, troughlike valleys and basins characterize the mountains. Rivers flow from the mountains toward the Black Sea. The southern slopes—facing the Anatolian Plateau—are mostly unwooded, but the northern slopes contain dense growths of both deciduous and evergreen trees.
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Turkey Black Sea Region
 
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http://www.iwasinturkey.com azure waters of the Mediterranean, Aegean, Marmara and Black Sea surround Turkey to the south, west and north, making a treasure chest of coves, inlets, bays and beaches in which yachtsmen can choose a different and private anchorage each night. The sailing paradise of Turkey is also home to the Mavi Yolculuk, or Blue Voyage, an idyllic cruise which travels to the private beach of Cleopatra, the eternal fires of Mount Olimpos and the remains of thousands of ancient civilisations. Sailing in Turkey also allows visitors to experience the hospitality of the people in the coastal villages and towns. The tempered winds blowing from west and northwest make the long summers ideal for yachting, and seem to encourage an appreciation of nature. From some of the turquoise coast's unspoilt and sheltered bays you can see mountain peaks rising to almost 3000 meters above the sea level.
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Bellissimo Hotel, Lozenets Black Sea Coast Bulgaria.
 
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http://www.videomapbulgaria.com http://bellisimo.in/ http://bgstay.com/en-o-17869-hotel_bellissimo 2 star Hotel Bellissimo in prime location near to both the beach and the main street with restaurants and bars. Filmed for videomapbulgaria, to see more videos from beautiful Bulgaria. To see more videos, visit our site at videomapbulgaria.com.
Views: 4254 VideoMap Bulgaria
Eastern BlackSea Region
 
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The Black Sea Region Lush and green throughout the year, rocky mountains, the cool waters of the coast and plantations of tea, hazelnuts, tobacco and corn, the Black Sea is a unique part of the country. The main industry is farming, thanks mainly to the high rainfall, andin the summer the roadsides are lined with hazelnuts drying in the sun. The culture, cuisine, climate and even dialect is different to the rest of Turkey, and the coastal road stretches from east of Istanbul to the border with Georgia. The cities in this region are Amasya, Artvin, Bolu, Corum, Duzce, Giresun, Gumushane, Kastamonu, Ordu, Rize, Samsun, Sinop, Tokat, Trabzon Zonguldak, Bartin and Karabuk. Akcakoca is on the far western side of the coast, with endless hazelnutorchards. Inland to the east is Safranbolu, with a wonderful collection of old Ottoman houses, and Devek, famous for its intricately carved walking canes.Further along the coast are Inkum, Amasra and Cakraz, and then Sinop which has been a port for 1000 years and is still one of the biggest in the Black Sea. The town takes its name from the Amazon queen Sinope and local mythology suggests that femalewarriors, called Amazons, lived in this region. It is now an important industrial and commercial centre.Unye and Fatsa, east of Samsun, are popular holiday resorts with natural scenic beauty, beaches, accommodation, campsites and restaurants. Ordu is a charming city with hazelnut orchards stretching out for miles in all directions and 46km east isGiresun, with its castle perched on a steep rocky slope, crowning the city and overlooking the beach. This is where the Roman general Lucullus saw cherries for the first time, and liked them so much he introduced them into Europe.Trabzon is another important commercial port on the Black Sea, and it connects with ports in other Black Sea countries. Trabzon Castle was founded on an area shaped like a table, and the architecture that developed around the castle reflects Byzantine,Commagene and Ottoman styles. The city's most important building is the Ayasofya Museum, the interior of which is decorated with frescoes, and the exterior with reliefs. From Boztepe Park and the Ataturk Museum there are stunning panoramic views ofthe city. Inside the Altindere National Park near Macka, the Sumela Monastery is perched on high cliffs overlooking the Altindere valley, and was founded in the 14th century by Alexius III. Inside the monastery is a church, a library, various other rooms and asacred spring.The area around Rize is the wettest in the country with wonderful shades of green, and is the centre of Turkey's tea production with plantations on the high terraces. Hopa is the last Turkish port before reaching the Georgian border, and to the southis Artvin. The city was established on the terraced hills overlooking the Coruh River, which is well known for rafting, and within the province are old Georgian houses and churches.
Views: 1125 Turkey Personal Tours
Turkey.Home - Black Sea Timelapse - A week in Turkey
 
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Watch more timelapse videos on Turkey.Home channel: https://goo.gl/CaFkTq Watch a super-fast tour of the gorgeous Black Sea region of Turkey The Black Sea region of Turkey is full of unparalleled beauty, from the plateaus of Rize to the history of Trabzon. It’s a magical place with its own culinary traditions, incredible greenery and warm hospitality. #Turkey #Homeof #BeautifulNature
Views: 4225592 Turkey.Home
Peace and Stability in the Region of the Black Sea
 
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H.E. Ambassador Kaha Imnadze, Permanent Representative of Georgia to the United Nations H.E. Ambassador Vlad Lupan, Permanent Representative of the Republic of Moldova to the United Nations Colonel Florin Roman, Military Advisor, Permanent Mission of Romania to the United Nations Rauf Alp Denktas, First Counsellor, Permanent Mission of Turkey to the United Nations Colonel Mykhailo Kyrylenko, Military Advisor. Permanent Mission of Ukraine to the United Nations Moderated by Yuriy Sergeyev, Rice Faculty Fellow, Yale University Sponsored by the European Studies Council at the MacMillan Center at Yale.
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Black Sea Ring Highway Project | Черноморски автомагистрален пръстен
 
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Black Sea Ring Highway. Black Sea highway. Black Sea region. Development of economic and cultural ties between the Black Sea and the Balkan countries. Project coordinated by the ministries of transport and public companies in Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Georgia, Greece, Moldova, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Turkey and Ukraine. http://fbti.eu/events/conference-black-sea-transport http://www.blacksearing.org/ ©2013 Trace Group Hold Plc http://www.tracebg.com/ Черноморски автомагистрален пръстен. АМ „Черно море". Черноморски регион. Развитие на икономическите и културни връзки между страните от Черноморския регион и Балканските страни. Проект координиран от министерствата на транспорта и публични дружества в Албания, Армения, Азербайджан, България, Грузия, Гърция, Молдова, Румъния, Русия, Сърбия, Турция и Украйна. http://fbti.eu/events/conference-black-sea-transport http://www.blacksearing.org/ ©2013 Trace Group Hold Plc http://www.tracebg.com/
Turkey's Black Sea Mountains - From the Air
 
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Watch more Black Sea videos on Turkey channel: https://goo.gl/nEKYuH See the stunning mountain ranges of the Black Sea region of Turkey like you’ve never seen before – from the air! Matador’s filmmakers produced an amazing video of vistas over the Kaçkar Mountains, from the dizzying heights of Zilkale and Ayder Plateau down to the lush greenery of Çoruh Valley and Uzungöl! Check it out for yourself in Turkey's Black Sea Mountains - From the Air! #BlackSeaHunt #Turkey #Homeof #BlackSeaMountains
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NATO warships will enter the Black Sea in a few days
 
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NATO warships will enter the Black Sea in a few days - NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg has noted that the Alliance is looking into strengthening its presence in the Black Sea region to support Ukraine. Speaking at a Brussels press conference following a two-day meeting of NATO defense ministers, Stoltenberg said: "We had a very good discussion with Defense Minister Stepan Poltorak where all Allies expressed their very strong support to Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity. NATO Allies have of course clearly stated that Russia's aggressive actions against Ukraine are unacceptable. The illegal annexation of Crimea, the continuing efforts to try to destabilize Ukraine through its efforts and presence in Donbas, and also, of course, the totally unjustified seizure of the Ukrainian ships near the Kerch Strait. " Read also General Staff: Ukraine Army shifting away from Soviet-style training routine He added that the Allies strongly support Ukraine politically and practically. "We are now looking into what more we can do," said the NATO chief. He elaborated that that various trust funds had been set up in support of Ukraine, in particular, to help in command and control issues, cyber, and organizing security and defense institutions. Besides, a number of Allies have been training Ukrainian troops. "We are looking into whether we can increase our presence in the Black Sea and in the near future, in a few days, we'll have NATO ships in the Black Sea, participating in an exercise. So we have significantly increased our presence at sea but also in the air and on land in the Black Sea region. All of this is also part of our support to Ukraine," said Stoltenberg. He has assured that the Alliance will "continue to support" the country. Subscribe Now : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0IlEuu4TA9wq1u60tLMqBw?sub_confirmation=1 Facebook: https://facebook.com/USMilitaryNewsVideos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/militaryvideos_ Twitter:
Turkey.Home - Black Sea Region: Feel The Tranquility
 
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Watch more Turkey videos on Turkey Home channel: https://goo.gl/gn2Kc3 Get lost in the green, touch to the clouds and feel the tranquility under your skin. Black Sea of Turkey: Simply inspiring... #Turkey #Homeof #Greenery
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Black Sea Coast, Tour of Turkey, Part I; Expedition Defender I
 
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Our homeland; Turkey... and its Black Sea Sea Coast Line... Compilation of our our trip all the way from Istanbul through Black Sea Coast, Eastern Anatolia, South Eastern Anatolia, Central Anatolia, Mediterrenean and Aegean Coast to back to Istanbul... 9,600 km. (6,000 miles) in 52 days... One of the best expeditions we have ever had... Enjoy...
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Eastern BlackSea Region of Turkey
 
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The Black Sea Region Lush and green throughout the year, rocky mountains, the cool waters of the coast and plantations of tea, hazelnuts, tobacco and corn, the Black Sea is a unique part of the country. The main industry is farming, thanks mainly to the high rainfall, andin the summer the roadsides are lined with hazelnuts drying in the sun. The culture, cuisine, climate and even dialect is different to the rest of Turkey, and the coastal road stretches from east of Istanbul to the border with Georgia. The cities in this region are Amasya, Artvin, Bolu, Corum, Duzce, Giresun, Gumushane, Kastamonu, Ordu, Rize, Samsun, Sinop, Tokat, Trabzon Zonguldak, Bartin and Karabuk. Akcakoca is on the far western side of the coast, with endless hazelnutorchards. Inland to the east is Safranbolu, with a wonderful collection of old Ottoman houses, and Devek, famous for its intricately carved walking canes.Further along the coast are Inkum, Amasra and Cakraz, and then Sinop which has been a port for 1000 years and is still one of the biggest in the Black Sea. The town takes its name from the Amazon queen Sinope and local mythology suggests that femalewarriors, called Amazons, lived in this region. It is now an important industrial and commercial centre.Unye and Fatsa, east of Samsun, are popular holiday resorts with natural scenic beauty, beaches, accommodation, campsites and restaurants. Ordu is a charming city with hazelnut orchards stretching out for miles in all directions and 46km east isGiresun, with its castle perched on a steep rocky slope, crowning the city and overlooking the beach. This is where the Roman general Lucullus saw cherries for the first time, and liked them so much he introduced them into Europe.Trabzon is another important commercial port on the Black Sea, and it connects with ports in other Black Sea countries. Trabzon Castle was founded on an area shaped like a table, and the architecture that developed around the castle reflects Byzantine,Commagene and Ottoman styles. The city's most important building is the Ayasofya Museum, the interior of which is decorated with frescoes, and the exterior with reliefs. From Boztepe Park and the Ataturk Museum there are stunning panoramic views ofthe city. Inside the Altindere National Park near Macka, the Sumela Monastery is perched on high cliffs overlooking the Altindere valley, and was founded in the 14th century by Alexius III. Inside the monastery is a church, a library, various other rooms and asacred spring.The area around Rize is the wettest in the country with wonderful shades of green, and is the centre of Turkey's tea production with plantations on the high terraces. Hopa is the last Turkish port before reaching the Georgian border, and to the southis Artvin. The city was established on the terraced hills overlooking the Coruh River, which is well known for rafting, and within the province are old Georgian houses and churches.
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drone flying over black sea coast of turkey
 
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Amazing beauties of Blacksea Coast Side
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Regions of Europe - Black Sea - Visit Europe
 
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East meets West in a tempting blend of culture along these exotic shores. Breathe the same air where the Greeks, earliest Christians, and the Byzantine and Ottoman Empires flourished ages ago. Make a modern-day pilgrimage to the Sumela monastery, clinging to the cliffs outside Trabzon since the 14th century. Cast off and sail from Constanta, the Black Sea port where Jason and his legendary Argonauts landed. Absorb the peaceful balance of nature while surrounded by unsullied wildernesses and then flock to the Danube Delta, a birdwatcher’s paradise. Find your sense of adventure and run the rapids of the River Coruh, one of the fastest flowing in the world. As the countryside transitions into Asia on the western edge of Europe, discover centuries of peoples and cultures converging in one remarkable region. Visit Europe Online Website: http://www.visiteurope.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/visiteurope Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/visiteurope Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/visiteurope/
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Sea Breeze drills start in Black Sea
 
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The Sea Breeze 2016 military drills have been started in the Black Sea with involvement of the US vessels. The exercises will take place in the north-west of the Black Sea, in Odessa and Nikolayev regions. The Ukrainian Naval Forces spokesman claimed, this year ‘the drills significantly extend location geography and regions to be involved’. It was also noted by the Deputy Commander that there will be ‘more than 25 ships, boats and support vessels from Ukraine, the US, Turkey and Romania; apart from aviation, there will be extended multinational coast tactic group. As it is reported, marines and special services from Ukraine, the US, Moldova and Georgia are to take part in ‘stabilizing acts under operation in the crisis region according to the NATO standards’. The drills are to be held till 30 July. It is planned to carry out tasks on combat naval and air landing, exercise artillery during antiairborne defence, force water obstacles with involvement of engineer units, cover landing of the army. Last year up to 2,500 military men took part in the See Breeze drills that lasted from 31 August to 12 September. The US deployed 5 vessels, 2 submarines, 8 aircraft and helicopters. Check more of our videos on our video channel http://www.youtube.com/user/PravdaTV Go to Pravda.Ru website to read articles that you can not read in Western publications http://english.pravda.ru/
Views: 952 Pravda Report
We're going to the BLACK SEA!! Georgia Road Trip
 
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In this video we're leaving Ushguli behind and road tripping to the Georgian coast of the BLACK SEA!!! We woke to a somewhat overcast and moody sunrise, but as the day progressed the sun came out in full force and it turned into an awesome travel day. The Georgian landscapes are INSANE and to go from 2,100 meters in a mountain paradise ALL the way down to the BEACH in one half day is amazing. #BlackSea #Georgia I hope you like the video and as always, thanks for watching!! Greg & Nellie LET'S CONNECT!!! I'm trying to grow an email list and would love to have you on it. Send me an email to [email protected] and I'll get back to you. Let's connect. Instagram: https://instagram.com/gregorsnell/ https://www.instagram.com/nellie_winter/ FILMING GEAR: Panasonic GH5 - http://geni.us/0l02 Lumix 12-60 - http://geni.us/vi45 Lumix 7-14 - http://geni.us/BWkr7 Zhiyun-tech Crane V2 Gimbal - http://geni.us/RbW6 DJI Mavic Pro - http://geni.us/FKmq Rode Video Mic Go - http://geni.us/1BGXsQ PHOTOGRAPHY GEAR: Canon 5D Mark III - http://geni.us/eSFL Canon 16-35 f2.8 - http://geni.us/vwDDl Canon 24-70 f2.8 - http://geni.us/tmTR Canon 70-200 f2.8 - http://geni.us/Wci3ZC Lee Filters Foundation Kit - http://geni.us/ptuhww Lee Filters 82mm Ring - http://geni.us/RUcICmv (used for 16-35 and 24-70) Lee Filters 77mm Ring - http://geni.us/TNPcq8 (used for 70-200) Lee Filters 0.6ND Soft Grad - http://geni.us/ow1B Lee Filters 6 Stop ND Little Stopper - http://geni.us/sjEblj Calumet Carbon Fiber TRAVEL Tripod - http://bit.ly/2CurbMo (actually fits perfectly into most daypacks and easily on the side of any pack, and it's super light which is awesome!! Love this tripod. Also this last one is not an affiliate link). And for more on my work!! Instagram: https://instagram.com/gregorsnell/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/greg.snell.71 Twitter: https://twitter.com/gregorsnell Website: http://snellmedia.com/ TGTL: http://travelglobalthinklocal.com
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Black Sea Region Turkey
 
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The Black Sea region of Turkey is as remarkable as the name suggests. With undulating countryside, hilly terrain and spectacular coastline, it has a climate that varies from district to district. The Black Sea area is in abundance for those looking to experience the authentic culture and the people that make up this beautiful and fascinating region.
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the black sea...
 
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The Black Sea is a sea between Southeastern Europe and Western Asia. It is bounded by Europe, Anatolia and the Caucasus, and drains through the Mediterranean into the Atlantic Ocean, via the Aegean Sea and various straits. The Bosphorus Strait connects it to the Sea of Marmara, and the Strait of the Dardanelles connects that sea to the Aegean Sea region of the Mediterranean. These waters separate eastern Europe and western Asia. The Black Sea is also connected to the Sea of Azov by the Strait of Kerch. The Black Sea has an area of 436,400 km2 (168,500 sq mi) (not including the Sea of Azov),[1] a maximum depth of 2,212 m (7,257 ft),[2] and a volume of 547,000 km3 (131,000 cu mi).[3] The Black Sea forms in an east-west trending elliptical depression which lies between Bulgaria, Georgia, Romania, Russia, Turkey, and Ukraine.[4] It is constrained by the Pontic Mountains to the south and by the Caucasus Mountains to the east, and features a wide shelf to the northwest. The longest east-west extent is about 1,175 km (730 mi).
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Turkey  - Black Sea Coast & Asmara
 
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The Black Sea coast is less touristic than the Mediterranean, but has beautiful places and traditional daily life. We visit the historic town Asmara. We visited Turkey on our overland trip from the Netherlands to South Africa and South America; see our channel https://www.youtube.com/user/JanvanBekkum for hundreds of clips. The used background music is royalty free music: Promenade by Purple Planet Music (http://www.purple-planet.com/) and Shoot False Love I Care Not by Jon Sayles (http://www.jsayles.com)
Views: 765 Jan van Bekkum
Russia Angry: US and NATO step up presence in increasingly tense Black Sea region
 
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To counter the growing Russian threat, there is a need for increased military presence across Europe and beyond, a top NATO commander in Europe told US lawmakers on Tuesday (5 March). “Russia has invaded Ukraine, occupied Crimea, launched cyber-attacks against the Baltic States and Ukraine, interfered in US and other Western elections, and attacked Ukrainian navy vessels attempting to transit the Kerch Strait to Ukrainian ports in the Sea of Azov,” Supreme Allied Commander Europe of NATO Allied Command Operations (SACEUR), Curtis Scaparrotti, said in Washington on Tuesday (5 March). Thank you for watching. If you liked this video, please thumbs up and subscribe to the channel down below. THANK YOU FOR TRACKING - BnTV https://www.youtube.com/c/BreakingNewsBnTV?sub_confirmation=1 SHARE AND SUBSCRIBE PLEASE, FOR UPDATING THANKS #ww3 #worldwar3 #putin #trump #us #china #russia #BreakingNews | #NewsAlert | #HighAlert | #RedAlert #WW3Alert | #USAnews | #WorldNews #TodayNews | #BreakingAlert #WarningNews
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The Black Sea
 
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The Black Sea is bounded by Europe, Anatolia and the Caucasus and is ultimately connected to the Atlantic Ocean via the Mediterranean and the Aegean seas and various straits. The Bosphorus strait connects it to the Sea of Marmara, and the strait of the Dardanelles connects that sea to the Aegean Sea region of the Mediterranean. These waters separate eastern Europe and western Asia. The Black Sea is also connected to the Sea of Azov by the Strait of Kerch. The Black Sea has an area of 436,400 km² (168,500 sq mi) (not including the Sea of Azov),[1] a maximum depth of 2,212 m (7,257 ft),[2] and a volume of 547,000 km3 (131,200 cu mi).[3] The Black Sea forms in an east-west trending elliptical depression which lies between Bulgaria, Georgia, Romania, Russia, Turkey, and Ukraine.[4] It is constrained by the Pontic Mountains to the south, the Caucasus Mountains to the east and features a wide shelf to the northwest. The longest east-west extent is about 1,175 km. Important cities along the coast include Batumi, Burgas, Constanța, Giresun, Hopa, Istanbul, Kerch, Kherson, Mangalia, Năvodari, Novorossiysk, Odessa, Ordu, Poti, Rize, Samsun, Sevastopol, Sochi, Sukhumi, Trabzon, Varna, Yalta and Zonguldak. The Black Sea has a positive water balance; that is, a net outflow of water 300 km3 per year through the Bosphorus and the Dardanelles into the Aegean Sea. Mediterranean water flows into the Black Sea as part of a two-way hydrological exchange. The Black Sea outflow is cooler and less saline, and floats over the warm, more saline Mediterranean inflow -- as a result of differences in density caused by differences in salinity -- leading to a significant anoxic layer well below the surface waters. The Black Sea also receives river water from large Eurasian fluvial systems to the north of the Sea, of which the Don, Dnieper and Danube are the most significant. In the past, the water level has varied significantly. Due to these variations in the water level in the basin the surrounding shelf and associated aprons have sometimes been land. At certain critical water levels it is possible for connections with surrounding water bodies to become established. It is through the most active of these connective routes, the Turkish Straits, that the Black Sea joins the world ocean. When this hydrological link is not present, the Black Sea is a lake, operating independent of the global ocean system. Currently the Black Sea water level is relatively high, thus water is being exchanged with the Mediterranean. The Turkish Straits connect the Black and Aegean Seas and comprise the Bosphorus, the Sea of Marmara and the Dardanelles. Text Source: www.wikipedia.org
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Black Sea Region
 
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The Black Sea Region and the European Union
 
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The EU and the Black Sea Region by Dr. Ruxandra Ivan from Bucharest University (Romanian political scientist specialized in international relations with a focus on foreign affairs and international politics. Currently she acts as Associate Professor at the Department of Political Science, International Relations and Security Studies, Faculty of Political Science, University of Bucharest, and senior researcher at the Romanian Diplomatic Institute (Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs). Among her most recent publications there is an increasingly quoted collective volume on Black Sea international regionalism (New Regionalism or No Regionalism? Emerging Regionalism in the Black Sea Area, Ashgate, 2012). Lecture within the Online Black Sea University www.onlineblackseauniversity.org Project sponsored by the Black Sea Trust
Energy Security: a nightmare or an opportunity for the Balkans and the Black Sea region?
 
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14.00 – 15.30 | Del Mar Ballroom - Hotel Del Mar, ground floor Panel IX. Energy Security: a nightmare or an opportunity for the Balkans and the Black Sea region? Chair: Mr. Mihai Gîrțu, Deputy Rector, Ovidius University, Constanta Panelists: Mr. Anton Anton, Minister of Energy, Romania (confirmed) Mr. Murman Margvelashvili, Founder and Board Member, World Experience for Georgia (WEG), Georgia (confirmed) Mr. Ali Shahbazov, Head of Overseas Offices, SOCAR, Azerbaijan (confirmed) Mr. Laurențiu Pachiu, Vice-President, Energy Policy Group, Romania (confirmed) Mr. Nolan Theisen, Head of the Energy Programme, GLOBSEC Policy Institute, Slovakia (confirmed) 15.00 – 15.30 open discussion
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The USS Donald Cook and Ships Enter Black Sea Ahead of Exercise
 
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The USS Donald Cook and ships from NATO's Standing Mine Countermeasures Group 2 entered the Black Sea on Tuesday, with their movements tracked by Russian vessels. The U.S. Navy guided-missile destroyer departed Batumi, Georgia, where it conducted an exercise with two of the nation's coast guard ships, according to the U.S. Navy. "Each visit here affords us the unique opportunity to work with our regional maritime partners," Cmdr. Matthew Powel, commanding officer of Donald Cook. "The crew and I look forward to experiencing the rich history and culture in this region." The Arleigh Burke-class ship, which is forward-deployed in Rota, Spain, was last in the Black Sea on Jan. 28. This time the ship will "conduct maritime security operations and enhance regional maritime stability, combined readiness and naval capability with our NATO allies and partners in the region," the U.S. Sixth Fleet press office said. Because allied nations border the Black Sea, NATO regularly conducts exercises and operations in the Black Sea "to maintain a credible and capable defensive capability," NATO said in a news release.
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The State of Mediterranean and Black Sea fisheries 2018
 
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This 4 mn video provides a visual summary of the main contents of the 2018 report on the State of Mediterranean and Black Sea fisheries (SoMFi 2018). This FAO-GFCM report provides a comprehensive overview of regional and subregional trends in Mediterranean and Black Sea fisheries. Bringing together data and indicators on stock status, national catches, fleet and socio-economic aspects, SoMFi 2018 provides the most detailed assessment yet of the state of fishery resources in the region and highlights GFCM’s strategic efforts to build long-term sustainability. The report aims to provide objective, reliable and up-to-date information to a wide audience and support decision-making in fisheries and gives a unique picture of what fishing means for societies, economies and ecosystems across the region. Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=FAOoftheUN #ZeroHunger Follow #FAO on social media! * Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/UNFAO * Google+ - https://plus.google.com/+UNFAO * Instagram - https://instagram.com/fao/ * LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/fao * Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/fao/ © FAO: http://www.fao.org #ZeroHunger