The construction undertaken by the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure, "Turkey's tallest flagpole" Camlica Hill was erected in Istanbul. With the ceremony attended by President Erdoğan and Minister Karaismailoğlu, the huge Turkish flag will be hoisted tomorrow.
Istanbul's Çamlıca Hill standing 111 meters high with Turkey's tallest flagpole, April 23 National Sovereignty and Children's Day will meet with the Turkish flag. At the ceremony attended by President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Adil Karaismailoğlu, the gigantic Turkish flag will be hoisted by President Erdoğan.
The project undertaken by the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure Turkey's tallest flagpole was erected Camlica Hill in Istanbul. Approximately 31 tons in weight construction started on January 2021, 100 by the Ministry for Turkey's tallest flagpole, April 23 National Sovereignty and Children's Day will meet with the Turkish flag. At the ceremony to be attended by Minister Karaismailoğlu, the Turkish flag will be hoisted by President Erdoğan.
Can be seen from many points of Istanbul
Turkey's Grand National Assembly of 101 organizations that will be hoisted on the anniversary of a huge Turkish flag in Istanbul can be seen from many points. Small Çamlica Radio and Television Tower made with dysfunctional and visual pollution in areas where removal of the generating antennas erected Turkey's tallest flagpole, April 23 National Sovereignty and will meet with thousand square meters Turkish flag on Thanksgiving Day. While the Turkish Flag is proudly flying over Istanbul; It will add meaning to the silhouette of Istanbul.
with 111 meters height of the bottom diameter of 335 centimeters Turkey's tallest flagpole, top diameter is 75 centimeters. 32 tons of iron and 240 cubic meters of concrete were used for the base of the pole built. It is designed as a direct non-welded plug system, the bottom part is 410 centimeters and the top part is 140 centimeters. Total pole fabrication is 144.75 meters.