Kalkandere is a town and region of Rize Province operating at a profit Sea locale of Turkey, west of the city of Rize. Formerly known as Karadere, this is an uneven, forested, rustic region of scattered towns, inland from the Black Sea drift. There is minimal level land and this is a devastated region losing its populace as they relocate away to occupations in different parts of Turkey or abroad. The neighborhood economy relies upon developing tea on the slopes.
90% of the agrarian land is tea ranches and there are tea handling plants in the town. Tea was planted during the 1950s and has conveyed new life to the territory. Different exercises incorporate honey bee keeping.Kalkandere itself is a residential area giving open administrations to the encompassing zone. There are grade schools in the towns however youngsters must come into town for secondary school.
See Rize Province for the historical backdrop of this area.Rize Province is a region of upper east Turkey, on the eastern Black Sea drift among Trabzon and Artvin. The area of Erzurum is toward the south. It was earlier known as Lazistan, the assignment of the term of Lazistan was authoritatively prohibited in 1926, by Kemalists. Its capital is the city of Rize. The territory is home to Laz, Hemshin, Turkish individuals and Georgian people group. Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan spent his initial adolescence in Rize, where his dad was an individual from the Turkish Coast Guard.
Currency: New Lira - TRY Pincode of Kalkandere: 53500 Language : Turkish Weather: Summer -3°C to 26°C Winter -11°C to 11°C