Karaelmas Mining Martyrs Museum Opened

Black Diamond Mine Martyrs Museum Opened
Black Diamond Mine Martyrs Museum Opened

“Historical Effect of Coal in Zonguldak Topography on Tourism with Digital Technology”, which was applied by the Turkish Hard Coal Institution (TTK) and supported by the Western Black Sea Development Agency (BAKKA) with the 2018 Small-Scale Infrastructure Financial Support Program. KazanInauguration of the ” project was held.

Fatih Dönmez, the Minister of Energy and Natural Resources, attended the Opening Ceremony of the Karaelmas Mining Martyrs Museum, organized by the Ministry of Industry and Technology and the Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources, via a teleconference system.

The project aims to create an area that will present Zonguldak's historical topographic map, historical, economic and cultural tourism assets as a museum with digital platforms, and the tourism infrastructure will be strengthened using mobile promotion, archive studies and information technologies.

The project points out the lack of infrastructure and the importance of digital technologies for promoting the touristic assets of Zonguldak province. In order to reveal the industrial heritage and tourism assets of Zonguldak, a digital space has been created for domestic and foreign visitors. In addition, historical, cultural values ​​and archives are exhibited in the area created with the support of augmented reality. Zonguldak, which is the first place that comes to mind when it comes to "mining" since the mineral reserves were found, is a national mining city museum. In addition to this important value, our city, which has many historical and natural tourism assets, deserves to be an important destination of tourism with the Mining Museum and the Üzülmez Valley Project, which will be implemented with the support of our Agency.

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