The reform began in Uzungol
The reformof approximately 118 buildings that are not suitable for reconstruction in Uzungöl, which is the world-famous tourism center in Trabzon, will begin with at end of the tourism season.
Uzungöl is a landslide lake formed by the rocks falling from the slopes in the middle of the valley and covered by the green pine trees, which takes on a different beauty every season.
The Ministry of Environment took action for Uzungöl, In the tourism center, which is one of the frequented places of domestic and foreign tourists every year, the destruction of approximately 118 buildings that are not suitable for reconstruction begins at the end of the tourism season.
Uzungöl is visited by approximately 2.5 million tourists a year, the traffic problem will also be addressed.
Murat Akyüz, Deputy Chairman of Uzungol Tourism Association, said that the mistakes made in Uzungol should be prevented. Akyüz said: I respect the decision of the state. Uzungöl is no longer ours, it has become like a whole world heritage.
There is no longer anyone in the world who does not hear the name Uzungöl. Uzungöl’e serious mistakes should be prevented. This is the duty of our state.
I think that at least the bad structures on the public and coastal areas should be removed and implemented again in better way.
In addition, there is not a disrespect to others, but the car park is the car park and the recreation area is the recreation area. ”
“mistakes in construction can be avoided with small touches”
Akyüz stated that those who make money from Uzungöl should put their hands under the stone and said, “The distorted structures seem to be avoided with a small touch. This has to be avoided. Because most people complain about, the car park next to the large areas to sit and see that there is no movement. We need to keep those people alive now. There is a very busy traffic. This is a place where people visit intensely. If we don’t start this, foreigners will never visit again”.
Demolition of approximately 118 buildings that are not suitable for reconstruction
Established on an area of approximately 650 hectares, declared a national park in 1983 and declared as a special environmental protection area of up to 30 thousand hectares in 2003, Uzungol, stands out with its skewed construction in recent years.
Murat Kurum, the Minister of Environment visited Uzungol last July, announced that they will carry out the demolition of approximately 118 buildings that are not suitable for reconstruction, Stating that they will start a study that will bring Uzungöl international natural beauties to the front side again.
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