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Aşağıhisar Walls
It forms the largest part of the old city. Walls start from Zagnos Bridge, reach Zagnos Burc to the north and reach to the sea.
Ortahisar Walls
It encompasses a rectangular plan and a wide area extending from south to north. In addition to the gates that open to the inner fortress, there are the Lower Dock and the Dungeon Gate to the west.
Kale ve Gözetleme Kuleleri
AKÇAABAT        Akçaabat İlçesi, Akçakale Beldesi Kalesi         Akçakale Köyü içerisinde, denize hâkim bir noktada kurulmuş olan kale geniş bir alanı kapsamaktadır. Batı ve güney surları çok az tahrip olmuş, kuzey ve doğu surları kalıntılar halindedir. Deniz tarafındaki surlarında mazgal delikleri görülmektedir. Kuzey ve batıda bazı kule kalıntıları mevcuttur.
Yukarıhisar Walls
It is located Between the two valleys and at the highest point of the old city. It is perceived as the continuation of Ortahisar from the valleys. The city walls were overtaken by Justinian's city repairs (527-565). Palace remains are from before 13th century. The other building remains are from and after 13th century. The Tower Gate that opened to the south was demolished. Two doors open to the Ortahisar in the north. Yukarıhisar is the inner city's the acropolis.
Akçakale Castle
18 km west of Trabzon, Akçakale is built on the seaside. The castle, which gave its name to the district, is believed to have been built by Emperor Alexios II. between 1297 and 1330 in order to protect it from the Seljuks. After the conquest of Trabzon, the fortress was repaired during the Ottoman period. Despite the fact that many parts of the castle made of rubble and cut stone were destroyed, they still did not move much from the original view.
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