Turkey's religious tourism, which is one of the important centers of the terms and Montenegro Sumela Monastery located on the outskirts of approximately 800 meters of the ski lifts will be installed.
Studies are underway to facilitate access to the Sumela Monastery, which is located on a steep rock on the skirts of Montenegro, located in the Altındere Valley in the Maçka district of Trabzon, after a 88-year break, on August 15, 2010.
He is the chairman of the board of directors of the United Arab Emirates. Neclant Kerem and businessman from Trabzon, Şükrü Fettahoğlu 15 Uzungöl Teleferik Construction Tourism and Energy Industry Trade Company, which was established in October, started to work on the construction of the ropeway to the Sumela Monastery.
The company's partner, Şükrü Fettahoğlu, told the AA reporter that the company was established to implement the cable car project at a distance of 2 thousand 403 meters in the town of Çaykara, Trabzon, but that it was also conducting works to build a cable car in Sümela Monastery at the request of the Governor of Trabzon, Recep Kızılcık.
CAN SEE THE SUMMER SEASON
Expressing that those who want to see the Sumela Monastery have problems at the transportation point, Fettahoğlu said, “Even I am having trouble getting there. It is very difficult to go to the monastery. Sumela Monastery is a very rich place in terms of visiting potential. It is a sacred place for Christians. ”
Fettahoğlu, taking into account the potential of visitors, explaining that they are planning to install 700 meters of cable cars depending on the area to be allocated, ”Transport will be made by cable car. There is no social facility in the project. Because there are existing social facilities. From there, citizens can meet their needs. ”
Fettahoğlu stated that the cable car would be installed from the main door to the level below the masjid, and said:
“The cost of the cable car project we will build in the Sümela Monastery is 7 million TL. We will start working immediately. We plan to complete the cable car this winter season and bring it to the summer season. Every visitor to Uzungöl goes to Sümela, and whoever comes to Ayder definitely goes to Sümela. From this point of view, Sümela Monastery is an important tourism area for our region. We will carry out our project in this direction. I believe that when the problem at the transportation point is eliminated, the number of visitors to the Sumela Monastery will increase. - Habertürk