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"Artvin" (Georgian, Laz: ართვინი) is a city in northeastern Turkey on the Çoruh River near the Georgian border.

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The climate is wet nearly all year round, and the summer can be pleasantly cool, being strongly affected by the nearby Black Sea.

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See Artvin Province for the history of the region.

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* Akhaltsikhe, Georgia
* Batumi, Georgia
* Casablanca, Morocco

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* Artvin or Livana (Livane) castle, built in 937

There are a number of Ottoman Empire houses and public buildings including:
* Salih Bey mosque, built in 1792
* The fountain of Çelebi Efendi, built in 1783.

And above all the surrounding countryside offers many places for climbing and trekking.

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* Karadeniz Ansiklopedik Sözlük.İstanbul. 2005. ISBN 975-6121-00-9.

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* Lazistan

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