Buy Property in Trabzon
Apartments for sale in Trabzon. The project is located in the city of Trabzon on the Black Sea coast.
Details of the project The project contains 36 residential building is equal to the number of apartments 604 apartments of different size and design, all located within a complex that contains all the recreational and social services The project is divided into two phases, the first phase includes 7 buildings 140 is equal to the number of apartments apartment and the second phase includes building 29 apartments is equal to the number of 464 apartment.
Furnished Apartments! Stunning views freely and stunning mountain views of the trees! A residential complex contains all the social services and recreational!
– Recreational and social services in the project
– Outdoor swimming pool
– A health club
– A coffee shop
– Gardens Children
– Private entrances to the project with portals
– Service and security guard 24 hours a day
Tabzon, also called Trebizond, historically Trapezus, city, capital of Trabzon il (province), northeastern Turkey. It lies on a wide bay on the southeastern shore of the Black Sea backed by high ranges of the Pontic Mountains, which separate it from the central Anatolian Plateau.
Trapezus, one of the most easterly of ancient Greek settlements, was probably founded in 756 BCE by colonists from Sinope (modern Sinop). Like many other Black Sea sites, it is associated in legend with the Amazon women warriors. Trabzon is said to be the site on which the army called the Ten Thousand by the writer Xenophon, who was one of its members, reached the sea after its long march that followed defeat in 401 BCE.
The city prospered under Roman rule until it was sacked by the Goths after their victory over the emperor Valerian’s forces about 257 CE. As the Byzantine port nearest to Armenia, lying on a critical frontier of the empire, the city was rebuilt and figured prominently in the eastern campaigns of the emperor Justinian I (reigned 527–565). The see of Trapezus was supposedly founded by St. Andrew the Apostle; Eugenius, its patron saint, was martyred under the Roman emperor Diocletian (reigned 284–305). In the 9th century the city was made the capital of a new military province of Chaldia.