Gümüşhane or Gyumushkhana (Turkish: [ɡyˈmyʃaːˌne] ( listen), Argyròpolis or Arghyropolis, Αργυρόπολις in Greek) is a city and the capital district of Gümüşhane Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. The city lies along the Harşit River, at an elevation of 5,000 feet (1,500 m), about 40 miles (65 km) southwest of Trabzon. According to the 2010 census, population of Gümüşhane urban center is 28,620. The district covers an area of 1,789 km (691 sq mi), and the town lies at an elevation of 1,227 m (4,026 ft). Coordinates on world : 40°27′35″N 39°28′40″E
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4.5 based on 17 reviews
The road is perfect and landscape is amazing, fresh air and nice people, clean and peaceful, after limni go on to zigana the top of the mountain, eat meat and sutlach, drink ayran and tea
4.5 based on 57 reviews
This cave is approximately 100km from Trabzon and it takes about two hours to reach , the road is very beautiful and across the Mountains, the cave is small and not like what we told , camera and photos are forbidden.
Tickets cost 5TL per adult, they are working on renewing the cave entrance , road and car parking.
From my opinion it doesn't worth the visit at all since it is small and nothing new nor interesting inside .
Cal cave (nearby) is better to visit .
4 based on 10 reviews
Karaca Cave is quite unusual in my experience as it is at the top of a quite dry mountain. Of course you also find Springs at the top of other Mountains in the Kaçkars so perhaps caves in such places are not so unusual.
Karaca Cave was very newly discovered and is in pristine condition. Unlike other caves I've visited in Turkey there has been extremely little or no "souvenir" taking so even the most delicate formations are fully intact.
While the area open to exploration it is particularly large it is extraordinarily rich in every type of cave formation. While I can't be certain of this it appeared to me that two distinctly different chemical processes are at work--the first of which is the common one that takes extremely long periods of time and a second which produces formations relatively quickly--perhaps even at a pace akin to human lifetimes.
Photography is not allowed inside the cave.
Keep your eyes peeled for a strange little formation that looks exactly like the minaret of a mosque to include the balcony! I am utterly clueless as to how it formed.
The last 200 meters or so of the road to the cave is currently under reconstruction so expect a modest hike for the reasonably foreseeable future. It may be possible to get reasonably close to the cave using public transportation but if so I would not expect it to be very infrequent.
4 based on 3 reviews
2.5 based on 2 reviews
Don't visit in summer I could not find dlake in june2017, road is dangerous and terrible, drone images may not be real size of lakes, no humance on the road in this summer except me, people are liar told me there are 7 big lakes as big as ship can go, terribly bad guys of siran, Gumushane as my father told me in my childhood...
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