Attention! Excavations in the Eurasian Tube Passage Tunnels may lead to historical excavations: The excavations for the Eurasia Tube Pass Tunnel Project will begin in the historical peninsula in the immediate vicinity of the Bukaleon Palace belonging to the Byzantine period. . We cannot predict what's going to happen in the excavations. As with Maramaray, we may encounter many surprises. Mar
Following the findings that shed light on human history in the excavations carried out with the MARMARAY Project, excavations for the Eurasian Tube Transit Tunnel Project, which will ensure the passage of cars from under the Bosphorus, begin. For the excavations that will start near the Bukaleon Palace belonging to the Byzantine period in the historical peninsula, historians warned, ale Studies need to be done carefully. We can't predict what's going on in the excavations. However, as with Maramaray, we may encounter many surprises. Ancak
IN THE ARKEOLOGIES
26 2011 February 100'da thrown in the tube and continue to work, the Asian and European side of the sea under the highway will connect with the road in the Eurasian Tunnel is important. In the project that will reduce the journey time of 15 minutes to 1 minutes, the tunneling machine which was called as ebek mole ir was constructed with a tunnel of about 70 km below the Bosphorus. Within the scope of the project, crossroads and road links will be enlarged on the European Side between Kazlıçeşme-Çatladıkapı. Tunnel-digging machine operated under the sea will be removed in Çatladıkapı, near the XNUMX meter of the historic Bukoleon Palace. This is where the archaeologists enter the circuit and the excavation begins.
Excavation at ÇATLADIKAPI
As in the Marmaray Project, the excavations at the Eurasia Tunnel Project are carried out under the supervision of the Istanbul Archaeological Museums Directorate. The impact of the excavations in the Marmaray Project on the new project is pro hidden Proj under the soil. It was learned that excavations at Çatladıkapı will start in the coming days for the starting point on the European side of the mole, which progresses under the sea with an average speed of 8-10 per day. During these excavations eyes will be around the Bukoleon Palace, which is now used as the coastal palace for passing by Kennedy Avenue in front of the sea but being in the Byzantine era by the sea.
Archaeologist-Editor Nezih Başgelen recalled the value of the historical peninsula and drew attention to the great risks involved in the projects. . This tunnel, designed for rubber wheeled vehicles, dives from Göztepe, in Çatladıkapı in the Sur, in front of the historic Bukoleon Palace, 4 strips to the outside and 4 turns to the outside of the Sur, with a motorway following the coast, with a strip turn. It is understood that this highway will completely destroy the relationship of the historical Istanbul peninsula with the sea. However, the historical peninsula has to be preserved as a Museum-City and it has values which are an undeniable source of pride for Istanbul. Bir
TRANSFER TO FUTURE GENERATION
Başgelen, who emphasized the history of Bukoleon Palace, said: ğı It is one of these values in Bukoleon Palace in the area where the tunnel is located. The archaeological salvage excavations in the Çatladıkapı section, where there are fillings from the accumulation of thousands of years in which the tunnel exit will take place, must be meticulously carried out in the scientific framework as in Yenikapı. It is an important responsibility to transfer the archaeological values that will come out in this part of the World Cultural Heritage to the next generations by adding rational positive values to the existing historical monuments in Bukoleon Palace and its surroundings. Dünya
The foundation of MARMARAY was laid by Erdogan at 9 May 2004. It was scheduled to be finished in April 2009. Excavations have started for the 13.6 kilometer Bosphorus tube crossing between Üsküdar and Yenikapı. However, this region, which is one of the oldest settlements of Istanbul, was gushing history where a digging was shot. Üsküdar, Yenikapı and Sirkeci excavations in the project as the project began to delay. The end date of the project was determined as 29 October 2013. The cost of deferment was about 500 million pounds. According to experts, excavations from Marmaray are invaluable.
AVRASYA Tunnel Project (Istanbul Strait Road Tube Crossing Project) will connect the Asian and European sides with a road tunnel passing under the sea floor. The Eurasia Tunnel, which will provide service in the Kazlıçeşme-Göztepe line, where there is a heavy traffic in Istanbul, covers a total of 14,6 kilometers. The 5,4 kilometer part of the project will consist of two-storey tunnel to be constructed with a special technology under the sea floor and connection tunnels to be constructed by other methods, while road expansion and improvement works will be carried out on the total 9,2 kilometer in Europe and Asia. Approaches between Sarayburnu-Kazlıçeşme and Harem-Göztepe will be expanded. Vehicle underpasses and pedestrian overpasses will be built.
The Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications and the General Directorate of Infrastructure Investments (AYGM) commissioned the Eurasia Tunnel Operation Construction and Investment Corporation (ATAS) to design and construct the Eurasia Tunnel Project and to perform the 24 month of 5 year. With the completion of the operation period, the Eurasia Tunnel will be transferred to the public.
The coast of the city
BUKOLEON Palace is located in Çatladıkapı, between Cankurtaran and Kumpkapı in the historical peninsula. Bukoleon Palace, which is located on the historical peninsula with the ruins of the eastern side, is a structure built on the city walls. The Emperor is believed to have reached the Great Palace by using the Bukoleon Palace and the harbor of the same name. The palace, which hosts the Byzantine emperors, is known as the taripte coastline. The oldest information about the palace belongs to the middle of the Byzantine period. Faros called the lighthouse and used as the imperial scaffolding between the nose, on the walls of the Bukoleon Palace on the base of the marble blocks dating back to the ancient times. The façade of the 300 meter, which can be seen between the walls, consists of two main parts. A monumental staircase that connects the small port in front with the palace and passing through a short wall in the south-north direction separates these two parts.
Found in Marmaray
The Ministry of Culture and Tourism announced that 35 thousand inventory works were recorded in the excavations carried out within the scope of the Marmaray project, and the restoration and restoration of the 3 bin 250 study was carried out and the remains of 37 ships belonging to the Byzantine period were unearthed. 60 archaeologist, 7 photographer, 6 architect, 6 restorer, more than 600 workers took part in the excavations. In addition, many scientists from different disciplines such as forensic experts, zeologists, archaeobotany, anthropologists and underwater archaeologists have supported the project. More than about 38 bin cases were found in the 40 bin inventory.