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Kurtbeli (means "wolves passage" in Turkish) and pine forests. Kurtbeli is a small summer settlement site which is located in Alucra District of Giresun Province. It is a cross passage point on Giresun Mountains that binds four roads linking Torul, Espiye (2) and Alucra districts.

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