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With a 30 years of experience, we produce kids clothing for 0 -15 years old.

We produce especially jeans, gabardine, velvet, vs.

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The Black Sea Region

The Black Sea region which covers approximately 18% of  Turkey, with a surface area of 141,000 km2, is named after the adjacent sea like the Marmara, Aegean and Mediterranean Regions. The region extends from the border of Georgia in the east, to the eastern edge of the Adapazarı Plain in the west. The population of the region is 8,439,213 according to the 2000 census. 4,137,166 people live in cities and 4,301,747 people in villages. It is the only one of the seven regions in which the population of the villages exceeds that of the cities. With a population growth rate of 3.65‰, it has the lowest rate among all regions.

The main industrial sites in the Black Sea region are the ironsteel facilities at Karabük and Ereğli, the Çatalağzı Thermal Power Plant, the coal regions in the environs of Zonguldak, the Murgul copper production facility and the factories for the production of sugar, paper, sulfuric acid, vegetable oil, tea, hazelnut shelling and hazelnut products, fish flour and cigarettes which are located in various parts of the region.

The Turkish Geography Congress, which had convened in Ankara in 1941, divided the region into three parts: East Black Sea, Central Black Sea and West Black Sea regions.

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The Western Black Sea Region. Bolu is a lovely western Black Sea town, possessing high mountains, dense forests, blue lakes and abundant streams. The marshes, the expansive pastures and dense forests of the province have ensured development in agriculture, animal husbandry and forestry. The surroundings of Bolu are also rich in flora. More than one half of the 7,000 plant species existing in Turkey grow here.
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Abant Lake, which is 32 km. to the southwest of Bolu, has an elevation of 1,325 m. above sea level. Abant, a tourist center in itself, attracts thousands of people in the summer due to the lake’s clean water and the fragrance of the pine forests. In the winter, it becomes an ideal ski center. The Kartalkaya Ski Center, which was opened in the winter of 1978, enlivened Bolu. Karacasu Thermal Springs, to the south of the city, are famous for their therapeutic waters and have been in use since the Ottoman period. Mudurnu and Göynük, located to the southwest of Bolu are among the important centers in Turkish cultural history. The Akşemsettin Tomb, which is one of the most beautiful works of art of the Ottoman period, is located in  Göynük.  Mengen county of Bolu province is famous for its cuisine and its famous chefs. There is a school of culinary arts here and a Culinary Arts Festival is organized every year.
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