Presentation on theme: "KARABÜK. LOCATION Surface area is 4.145 km² Karabük is situated in the western part of Black Sea Region. 40° 57' and 41° 34' North latitude 32° 04' and."— Presentation transcript:
LOCATION Surface area is 4.145 km² Karabük is situated in the western part of Black Sea Region. 40° 57' and 41° 34' North latitude 32° 04' and 33° 06' East Longitude Karabük is 80 km. to Bartın, 120 km. to Kastamonu, 195 km. to Çankırı, 130 km. to Bolu, 170 km. to Zonguldak, 220 km. to Ankara and 400 km. to Istanbul.
The altitude of the city center of Karabük is 278m. Karabük,which is surrendered by hills, shows the characteristics of catchment basin.The average altitude is 250-500m. GEORHAPHICAL FORMATIONS
CANYONS There are many magnifient canyons in Karabük. The most important ones are İ ncekaya, Düzce, Tokatlı and Sakaralan Canyon. And also Yenice has got Ş eker Stream, which is 6,5 km. long and has got steep and high Ş eker Canyon at both sides.
Ş EKER CANYON
VALLA KANY VALLA CANYON
CAVES There are also some very nice caves to be seen in Karabük. The most significant ones are Bulak and Hızar (Mencilis) Caves. They are very valuable from the point of tourism and have got carstic formations..
CLIMATE The climate of the Karabük Province is partially Black Sea climate but as is located inland, away from the sea the province can not make use of the moisture air of the Black Sea and therefore is mostly under the effect of terrestrial climate. However the severe winter colds and dry summer hot temperature of Central Anatolia is not encountered. The most precipitant months are spring and winter months.
VEGETATION COVER % 60 of the province is covered with forests. Dense forests can be seen in Safranbolu, Yenice and Eskipazar. As the terrestrial climate is dominant around Eflani, Ovacık and Eskipazar, the steppes can often be seen. These areas mentioned above are covered with forests, but the regions over the tree-growing altitude have got long grass lands.
RIVERS AND LAKES The most important river of the province is Filyos River. Filyos River takes different names from the point it comes out to the sea where it flows into. It is known as ‘Ulusu’ where it comes out, ‘Gerede Water’ while passing near Gerede, ‘So ğ anlı Stream’ near Eskipazar and ‘Yenice River’ when it mixes with ‘Araç Stream’. Filyos River, which also takes ‘Devrek Stream’ into its body, flows into the Black Sea. It is 288 km. long. There are no big, natural lakes in Karabük.
E CONMY I N KARABÜK Karabük is an industrial city. There is a great Iron&Steel Plant and about 40 rolling plants in Karabük. There are also 3 textile factories. Karabük is a university city with 12.000 students at Karabük University.