DüzceDuzce states on the Black Sea Region of Turkey and lies over Black Sea coastline. The city is on an point between Asia and Europe roads and connects Ankara and Istanbul. Because of these reasons Duzce has a key status on the highway of Ankara and Istanbul, as a result of being an important place between different continents. There are also diverse ethnic groups such as; Turks, Abkhazians, Roma, Laz, Chveneburi, Kurds, Circassians and Zazas. Duzce also known as united nations has neighbourhood with Bolu on the east and south side, Sakarya on the west side, Zonguldak on the northeast side.
Historical Konuralp is 8km north of Duzce; first settlements there go back to 3rd century BC. Until 74 BC it was one of the most important cities belonging to theBythiniaState, which included Bilecik, Bolu, Sakarya, Kocaeli. It was conquered by Pontus and then by the Roman Empire. During the RomanRead More
Places of interest
Ancient Cities Konuralp (Prusias Ad Hypium) is an antic city at Konuralp town depended to Düzce, history dates back to 3rd century BC. Certain ruins founded in the Antic city are Theatre (40 Stairs), Mermer (Marble) Bridge, Mosaics, Ramparts, Aqueducts, Tyche Statue, Antoninus Pius Bust, Tomb - Grave Reliefs andRead More
Located on the D - 100 high way and TEM motorway connecting Ankara and Istanbul, reaching Düzce via land is quite easy. There are some distance information if you prefer to get in by car as below: From Zonguldak to Duzce is about 116 kilometers (km) and takes about 2Read More