The villagers migrate with their decorated livestock in northern Turkey
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The villagers migrate with their decorated livestock in northern Turkey With the advent of spring and high temperatures, the people of the Black Sea villages began to migrate with their cattle adorned like brides, to the hills and hills of the region famous for its natural beauty, in order to graze livestock when the air is clean and picturesque nature.
The hills and hills of the Black Sea cities in northern Turkey have attracted in recent years an increasing number of Arab tourists, due to the common culture and close customs.
In addition to the beauty of the green nature, thick forests, and fresh air, local and foreign tourists who come to the region can stay in hotels, or set up tents on mountain slopes and hills between forests that are not covered by human hands.
The mountains of the Black Sea region are covered with thick forests, the weather is mild in summer, and the fog rises to the tops of the mountains.
The hills are spread in the area, such as:
“Zigana Yaila Kent”, “Kaya Bashi”, “Hadar Nabi”, “Sultan Murad”, “Arik Bailey”, “Kadarka”, “Cess Dagi” and “Shaluma” , “Mafura”, “Hakir Ghul”, “Karagh Dag”, “Sazalan” and “Kiraz”, where walking routes, water springs, streams and waterfalls are in addition to the food that the area is famous for.