The icon of Istiklal Street is a museum of nostalgic tram

The symbol of Istiklal Street is a nostalgic tram museum: The classic car collection museum to be established in the Weaving Factory area will also display the Revolution Car and the red minibus in the movie “Çiçek Abbas” and the nostalgic tram symbol of Istiklal Street.

According to a statement from the Kepez Municipality Weaving City Park will be a place where both the survival of Turkey's Antalya nostalgic memory. The administrative building of the factory, which will be restored, will be transformed into a museum where memories of the Weaving Factory are exhibited. The production process will be explained in the factory building.

Woven Classic Car Collection Museum in Turkey's first reviled automobile revolution, as well as Sinan Çetin's directed by and starring Salman Ilyas, Şener Şen and Pink Happy, which included the 1982 production of "Flower Abbas" the film used in the red minibus will also be on display. The nostalgic tram, which has become the symbol of Istiklal Street in Istanbul, will also take its place in the museum.

Kepez Mayor Hakan tobacconist, said in a statement, leaving traces the milestones of values ​​in Turkey, Antalya, he said they would meet at weaving.

Situated in Turkey's Antalya and memorabilia stating that they will play in weaving the future generations in order to promote transport tobacconist, "so that the city and the country's culture, we aim to keep alive the memory of weaving. We want to realize such a beauty in Dokuma with a nice car collection. ”

Tütüncü underlined the Weaving City Park to do with the ideas of Antalya and invited those with classic cars to contribute to the automobile museum.

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