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Pharnaces I of Pontus renamed the city Pharnacia after himself after he captured the city in BCE, and it was called by that name as late as the 2nd century CE.
According to A. Jones , the city officially reverted to its original name, Kerasous, in 64 CE. The Greek name Kerasous was Turkified into Giresun after Turks gained permanent control of the region in the late 15th century. According to Pliny , the cherry was first exported from Cerasus to Europe in Roman times by Lucullus. The surrounding region has a rich agriculture, growing most of Turkey's hazelnuts as well as walnuts, cherries, leather and timber, and the port of Giresun has long handled these products.
The harbour was enlarged in the s and the town is still a port and commercial centre for the surrounding districts, but Giresun is not large, basically one avenue of shops leading away from the port. Like everywhere else on the Black Sea coast it rains and often snows in winter and is very humid throughout the year, with a lack of extreme temperatures both in summer and winter.
As a result, Giresun and the surrounding countryside is covered by luxuriant flora. As soon as you get beyond the city buildings you get into the hazelnut growing area and the high pastures yayla further in the mountains are gorgeous. Giresun has a high and evenly distributed precipitation throughout the year. Precipitation is heaviest in autumn and spring. Snowfall is quite common between the months of December and March, snowing for a week or two, and it can be heavy once it snows.
Historic records reveal that the city was dominated by the Miletians , Persians , Romans , Byzantines and Empire of Trebizond. The older parts of the city lie on a peninsula crowned by a ruined Byzantine fortress, sheltering the small natural harbour. According to legend, the island was sacred to the Amazons , who had dedicated a temple to the war god Ares here.