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Cruises visiting Sinop & all Sinop cruises for  2019

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Sinop, the name allegedly received from the Amazon Queen Sinova, is situated on the most northern edge of the Turkish side of the Black Sea coast. It lies on an isthmus linking the Boztepe Peninsula to the mainland and is shut off from the Anatolian Plateau to the south by high, forest-clad mountains. The town's citadel and the foundations of the Temple of Serapis, now found in the grounds of the archaeological museum, suggest that the city may have been founded in the 7th century BC. Certainly, the beautiful golden icons on display at the museum are well worth a visit.

Located on the NW part of Cape Sinop, the Sinop Fortress was constructed initially in the 7th century BC when the city was re-founded as a Greek colony. Designed in a U-shape, the stonemasonry prison building with 28 halls on two floors was erected in 1887 inside of the southern inner fortress. In the beginning of the 20th century the inmates were given the opportunity to learn and practise handicrafts such as woodworking and jewellery. This enabled them to potter and to earn money from the items they produced and sold. The fortress prison is currently open to the public for sightseeing purposes.

Enjoy shopping for traditional nautical wood carvings and good crystal, then sit in a fish restaurant by the harbour and sip some of the local wine while you enjoy the perfect combination of the green and light blue scenery. Other places of interest include the Balatlar church built in AD 660 by the Byzantines as a rectangular basilica. The church is located in the northern province of Sinop, on the shores of the Black Sea. All frescoes of Jesus, Mary and saints are heavily damaged, but appreciated by many. Also of interest are the statue of Diogenes, the 13th C Alaeddin Mosque, and the Alayie Medresse.

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