Corum is a landlocked northern Anatolian city that is the capital of the Corum Province of Turkey. Corum is located inland in the central Black Sea Region of Turkey. Corum is primarily known for its Phrygian and Hittite archaeological sites and thermal springs. The town today is generally tidy and pleasant, with a locally popular countryside. the city has a significant growth in industrial production and light engineering that has made it among the most industrially advanced cities compared to its population size. Within the city, there is a good range of shops, cafés and restaurants. Forum Corum is among the most popular modern shopping centres in the city.