Tripolis ( Ancient Greek: Τρίπολις), formerly Ischopolis (Ἰσχόπολις), was an ancient fortress city in Pontus Polemoniacus, on a river of the same name, and with a tolerably good harbor; it is now the site and namesake of the city of Tirebolu in Giresun Province, Turkey.  It belonged to the  Mossynoeci and was situated at a distance of 18 km east from Cape Zephyrium. The place is situated on a rocky headland. 
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Researches, i. p. 257. This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Smith, William, ed. (1854–1857). "Tripolis". . London: John Murray. Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography
Coordinates: 41°00′09″N 38°49′10″E / 41.002558°N 38.819497°E
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