Artvin is a city in Turkey's Eastern Black Sea Region that shares a border with Georgia, and is known for its highlands and national parks. The lakes Şavşat-Karagöl and Borçka-Karagöl in Artvin's Karagöl Sahara National Park are particularly worth seeing. The Efeler-Gorgit Nature Reserve is unique in Turkey as a biosphere reserve, and has therefore been included in the World Heritage List by the United Nations.
The Black Sea climate predominates in the city. The weather is mild and rainy all year round. It is the Hopa district that connects the city to the Black Sea. There is also a border gate to Georgia in this district. The level of education in this city of 33 thousand inhabitants is quite high. Meskhetian Turks, Laz people and Georgians make up the people of the city. The main livelihood of the city is agriculture. Kiwi, tea and hazelnut are the major crops.
Presently, there is no active airport in Artvin. However, by flying to the nearby Batumi airport in Georgia one can cross over the border to reach Artvin. The city can also be reached by road from Trabzon or Erzurum, or via a car ferry that departs from Trabzon in the summer.
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