Amasya is a city in northern Turkey, located in the Black Sea region. It is known for its historical and cultural significance, as well as its natural beauty. The city is situated on the banks of the Yeşilırmak River and is surrounded by steep cliffs, which give it a unique and dramatic appearance. Amasya has a rich history, dating back to the Hittites, and has been ruled by various civilizations throughout the centuries, including the Persians, Romans, and Ottomans. Some of the notable historical landmarks in Amasya include the Old Ottoman Houses, the Tombs of the Kings, and the Amasya Castle. The city is also famous for its production of apples and plums.