Bithynia was an ancient region, Roman province, and kingdom located in northwest Asia Minor. It adjoined the Thracian Bosporus (the strait in Turkey), the Propontis (Sea of Marmara), and the Euxine (Black Sea). Several major cities resides on the fertile Propontis shores, making it a hub for trade and culture. These cities included Apamea, Cius, Chalcedon, and Nicomedia. Nicaea, famous for being the birthplace of the Nicene Creed, was also located in Bithynia. Full of stunning forests, mountains, valleys, and coastal valleys where gardens thrive, Bithynia has continued to be a wonderful place to live or visit.
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