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  • Turkey to 'bind up wounds' following fire in Artvin - Anadolu Agency
  • Fire guts dozens of houses in northeastern Turkish village | Daily Sabah - Daily Sabah
  • 'Artvin fire largely taken under control' - english - Bianet
  • Fire ravages village in northeastern province - Hurriyet Daily News
  • REPORT BY TEMA FOUNDATION: 71 percent of Artvin province is mining licensed - Bianet
  • Flash flood kills 4 in northeastern Turkey's Artvin | Daily Sabah - Daily Sabah
  • Rize Artvin Havalimanı Bölgeye Büyük Katkılar Sağlayacak - RaillyNews
  • Rize Artvin Havalimanı Altyapı Çalışmalarının Yüzde 72’si Tamamlandı - RaillyNews
  • Spring scene of Savsat town in Artvin, Turkey - Xinhua | English.news.cn - Xinhua
  • Snow-covered village in Artvin, Turkey - Xinhua | English.news.cn - Xinhua

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Artvin - Municipality in Turkey

Population: 24266 inh.
Region: Artvin
Country: Turkey
Continent: AS
Airport: XHQ

"Artvin is a city in northeastern Turkey about 30 km inland from the Black Sea. It is located on a hill overlooking the Çoruh River near the Deriner Dam. It is a former bishopric and (vacant) Armenian Catholic titular see and the home of Artvin Çoruh University. - Wikipedia"