The lost projects of the Ottomans are unearthed

The lost projects of the Ottoman Empire are brought to light: The Turkish Historical Society (TTK), in addition to the bridge, tube passage, cable car, which were built during the period of Sultan Abdülhamid, as well as city development projects such as Miniatürk, Gezi Park, about 40 will bring the project to light from the dusty shelves of history.
With the 13-episode documentary, "Lost Projects of the Ottomans", the reconstruction projects of the last period of the Ottoman Empire will be supported with archive photographs and images as well as documents, drawings, models and 3D animations.
Speaking to Anadolu Agency (AA), TTK Chairman Metin Hülagü pointed out that various projects were planned in the area of ​​domination of the Ottoman geography but somehow they could not be realized, and said, “With the documentary, the Ottomans closely followed the technology even at that time, but they somehow "We wanted to remind you that it could not be realized."
As a result of his research, most of them were Sultan 2. Indicating that they have identified the project around 40 in the period of Abdulhamid Khan Hülagü, technology, bridge, metro, tube, even in those times even given importance.
- Past projects will shed light on the future
Hülagü, about the work in which they will document the projects that were thought but could not be done in history, “Thus, we will remember our past and reveal the horizons of the rulers in our history and what they wanted to do for the country. Was it open to the west, was it closed? How was their relationship with technology? Did they consider the welfare of the people or were they sitting in the Palace, we will reveal them. And with these projects, if they have any value today, we will shed light on what they should be done ”.
Stating that projects such as the metro, tube passage and third bridge have recently created controversy, but they have now been implemented, Hülagü reminded that the world's second metro was the Karaköy-Galata line built in the 1860s, and that there were various metro designs designed by local and foreign engineers in the Ottoman Empire. .
Hülagü stated that besides the plans to facilitate urban transportation in the Ottoman Empire, importance was also given to city development projects, among them the project of erecting a monument after the Greek war, which ended in favor of the Ottoman during the reign of Sultan Abdülhamit, the Minyatürk of Münif Pasha, Gezi Park. listed Ahmet Rıfkı Bey's Panorama History Museum.
- "The lost projects of the Ottoman Empire"
The "Lost Projects of the Ottoman Empire" that TTK will document are as follows:
“Cisr-i Enbub-i den to Tube Passage, Bosphorus Bridge Designs- F. Arnodin's Cisr-i Hamidi and Ring Road Project, Metro Designs- Gavand, Bagos Efendi, Namık Paşazade Tahir Bey, Hollzman, Lacey Sillar Projects, Funicular Designs- Osman Hamdi Bey, Monsieur Kirbis, Abdullah Bin Iyad and other Funicular designs, Golden Horn and Galata Bridge Designs- Da Vinci, Antoine Corenti, Möstö Pierre, 1902 French, D'Aranco, Antoine Bouvard proposals, City Reconstruction Projects- Antoine Bouvard, Hippodrome, Beyazıt, New Mosque Designs, Aurige's Suspension Bridge to Galata-Süleymani, Gavand's New City Design, D'aranco's Industrial Exhibition Project and the Greek War Victory Monument Project, Münif Pasha's MiniaTürk Project , Yıldız Gezi Park and Other Large Theme Areas Projects, Ahmed Rıfkı Bey's Panorama History Museum Project, Tahtaciyan's Galata Tower Project, Sarkis Balyan's Islands Bridge Project, Canal Projects - Don-Volga, Suveyş, Danube-Black Sea, Piyale Pasha-Golden Horn, Gulf-Sabanca-Black Sea, Golden Horn-Snow Adeniz Canal Projects, River and Irrigation Projects - Konya, Kızılırmak, Gediz, Sakarya, Fırat-Dicle Irrigation Channel Projects and Haremenyn Projects (Potable Water from Sea Water Project) Akdeniz-Dead Sea-Aqaba Bay Canal, Railway Project for Ship Transportation.

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