Kelkit


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Kelkit

 

a river in Turkey, the largest right tributary of the Yesil Irmak. Length, 356 km; basin area, 10,600 sq km. It rises in the eastern Pontic Mountains and flows in a deep valley, sometimes in gorges. The city of Niksar is on the Kelkit.

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Therefore, living in a natural and beautiful environment is desired by human choosing appropriate plant species regarding to aesthetical and functional ways can be done (Kelkit 2002).