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Atakum Kumsal 

ATAKUM

Atakum District which lies between the districts ilkadim and 19 Mayis has a population of about 106

 thousand. 95% of this population is located in the city center and

 the rest is located in villages. A relatively planned urbanization is to be seen in the district which is

 placed on a flat summer housings are placed on the district's

 beach area which has the longest coastline in the Central and Eastern Black Sea region. Beach

 volleyball and beach soccer tournaments and International Folk Dance Festival are the events which

 are organised every year.

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Taken: 29/01/2013
Uploaded: 29/01/2013
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