In Turkey’s Tunceli

Iran Daily - - Cultural Heritage & Environment -

The gon­do­las pur­chased by the gover­nor’s of¿ce and the mu­nic­i­pal­ity of Tunceli have been opened to ser­vice for peo­ple to en­joy Mun­zur Creek even more.

Tunceli Gover­nor and Deputy Mayor Tun­cay Sonel, Deputy Gover­nor Selçuk Yo­sunkaya, the chair­man of the Tunceli Cham­ber of Crafts­men and Ar­ti­sans HÕDÕR Belice and As­sis­tant Mayor Sami Doğan took an in­au­gu­ral gon­dola tour, ac­cord­ing to dai­

Speak­ing to the press af­ter the tour, Sonel noted that he started work­ing in Tunceli 11 months ago when Mun­zur Creek was in a bad sit­u­a­tion.

Tunceli now a city of peace

En­vi­ron­men­tal plan­ning of a 200,000 square me­ter area was car­ried out in or­der to be used by city dwellers.

Walk­ing and cy­cling roads, out­door swim­ming pools, piers, cafés, leisure ar­eas and minia­ture bridges were built.

Sonel noted that they turned the space into an area where lo­cals can en­joy them­selves with the sup­port Pres­i­dent Re­cep Tayyip Er­doğan and the govern­ment.

Ex­press­ing that they have been work­ing con­tin­u­ously to trans­form Mun­zur Creek into a cen­ter of at­trac­tion, the gover­nor said, “Our gon­do­las and tour boats that will serve our ci­ti­zens on the Mun­zur Creek have ar­rived. There is no need to go to Venice any­more.

“Peo­ple can en­joy a gon­dola ride in Tunceli and ex­pe­ri­ence the beau­ties of our city.

“Tunceli is now a city of peace. Our ci­ti­zens, trades­men, and lo­cals are very satis¿ed. We are try­ing to reàect the af­fec­tion and warmth of our govern­ment to lo­cals.”

He said that they im­ple­mented Mun­zur Creek, Pülümür Creek, the town square, un­der­ground mar­ket, the an­i­mal shel­ter, art street and the im­prove­ment of lo­cal em­ploy­ment within a short amount of time.

He also added that they suc­cess­fully brought in wa­ter from Mun­zur, one of the high­est qual­ity wa­ter in Turkey with a PH value of 8.45, from 80 kilo­me­ters through Ovacõk sources to the city cen­ter.

The gover­nor said, “We hope our ci­ti­zens en­joy these new im­prove­ments.”


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