12 May 2021
Yedigöller National Park, which is indispensable for holidaymakers with its unique nature in Bolu, turned into green with the arrival of spring. The visual feast formed by the unique landscape that contains all shades of green was viewed from the air.
Yedigöller National Park, which is 44 kilometers away from Bolu city center and hosts thousands of visitors every year with Nazlıgöl, Seringöl, Deringöl, Sazlıgöl, Küçükgöl, İncegöl and Büyükgöl, is experiencing a riot of colors with the arrival of spring.
Due to the restrictions imposed by the Corona virus, only the sounds of birds and hush are echoing in Yedigöller, which welcomes spring quietly and nature renews itself.
In Yedigöller, which is the favorite of photography enthusiasts with all shades of yellow in autumn, the trees turned green again as of May.
The aerial view of Yedigöller National Park, where the trees in it exhibit all shades of green, also revealed the unique view.
Utku Cihan, a nature photographer who views the unique landscape in Yedigöller, said, “We are in a very beautiful nature. Yedigöller has a magnificent view. Nature has renewed itself incredibly. A place where we can see every shade of green. People’s lungs open here. Currently, there are only water and bird sounds here. Sentences are not enough to describe Yedigöller, but it is a place where you can find every shade of green in summer and spring. In autumn, you can find all shades of yellow in Yedigöller, ”he said.