Situated in the western tip of the Caucasian Ecological Region, one of the richest biological regions in the world,  Çoruh Valley and its pristine environment include mountain chains, pastures and deep canyons carved by the tributaries of the Çoruh River. While the valley bottoms have a Mediterranean and sometimes an almost subtropical climate with rare and endemic plant species, pomegranate shrubs, fig trees, olive groves and rice paddies, forests and lush pine meadows cover the peaks of the Kackar Mountains. DATUR (Eastern Anatolia Tourism Development) 'Çoruh Valley Flora' brochure design.

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