Sumela Monastery of Turkey's most important tourism center was opened to visitors in the first place.
Nadir Alpaslan, Deputy Minister of Culture and Tourism, said that the Minister of Culture and Tourism Mehmet Nuri Ersoy started a mobilization for the restoration of the buildings that have been restored since the day he took office, “When we open the entire Sumela Monastery to the next year, We will enter into fast and intensive work as well. ” said.
Sumela Monastery in Turkey's most important tourism centers, have started to receive visitors after their four years of restoration work.
Deputy Minister of Culture and Tourism Nadir Alpaslan, Trabzon Governor İsmail Ustaoğlu, AK Party Trabzon Deputy Salih Cora and Trabzon Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Murat Zorluoğlu visited the Sümela Monastery where part of the restoration work was completed.
Deputy Minister Alpaslan, said in a statement, the monastery restoration and landscaping in the scope of roads and joints in the road construction, wood floors and stairs, kitchen, holy wood, chambers and monk chambers covering parts of the restoration and restoration manufacturing is completed, he said.
Sumela Monastery, the fact that Turkey is one of the great cultural asset pointing Alpaslan, said that the completion of the restoration work was opened to visitors in the first place.
Explaining that the Minister of Culture and Tourism, Mehmet Nuri Ersoy, has started a mobilization since the day he started to work, some of the buildings undergoing restoration, especially the Sümela Monastery, were opened to visitors.
“As a ministry, we have been in search of 'how we can open these works for the people as soon as possible' in close cooperation with the companies and organizations as well as the companies. We opened Bodrum Castle last week and this week we open the Sumela Monastery. Sümela Monastery is an important monument for our country and Trabzon. A masterpiece with more than 600 years of existence. When we open the whole visit to the next year, we will enter fast and intensive work to permanently enter the World Heritage List. Altındere Valley is an area with extraordinary natural beauty and suitable for all humanity. ”
“These studies were done by digging a well with a needle”
Deputy Minister Alpaslan, the region's extraordinary beauty, as well as the risks of hosting said.
"Large rock masses posed a risk to the people who came here." "We had to eliminate this risk," Alpaslan said. These studies have been carried out by digging wells with needles for more than 3 years with a long and long-term study. Now this risk has been eliminated for both our people and the future. These works will continue in the second phase, and this risk will be completely eliminated next year and the entire area will be restored. ” found the assessment.
Turkey's strong and historic Alpaslan Deputy Minister pointed out that with cultural assets, as these assets should be kept alive Ministry, conservation and stressed that the ultimate responsibility for the delivery to future generations.
Alpaslan then toured the Aya Varvara Church, which is on the way to the second stage and the pathway, where restoration work continues with the accompanying people.