The first silhouette of the people who came from Anatolia, saying that the land is gold is the last stop of the history of those who want to open a new page, and the first stop of their frustration for those who cannot open alt
Thousands of people are thousands of stories… The bread and butter of immigrants kazanHaydarpaşa is the historical decoration of separations, reunions, farewells, greetings, and the saddest stories.
It is a fortress door opened to Istanbul.
Standing on the marble steps parallel to the sea, it is as if to stop against Istanbul. It is a distant look to the confusion that will be mixed up in a little while. It is the most spectacular gateway to Istanbul and Anatolia and the Middle East from Istanbul.
Have you ever thought of those marble stairs, always running around in a hurry to catch up?
How many meetings under the clock in the tower tower, how many breaks, how many hopeless waiting took place and Have you ever wondered what master did that watch in the years when people had a hard time with their wristwatch?
Even the Hayd Scenes of My Homosexuality le begin in Nazım Hikmet's lines from Haydarpaşa.
At Haydarpasa Station
In the spring of 1941
Sun on the stairs
Fatigue and bustle
A man stands on the stairs
thinking of something…
The date of Haydarpasa Train Station dates back to 100 years ago. At that time the sultan II. Abdülhamit said, ucu I built railroads all the way to the country, the steel rails are in Haydarpaşa. I made a harbor with his big buildings, it's still not clear. Build me a building where those rails reach the sea, when my people look at it, say, N When I get out of here, say, ”Never walk down to Mecca erek.
The area where the building is located, lived during the reign of Sultan Suleyman the Magnificent, the architect who was trained in the Aga Quarry, then vizier was raised until the name of Haydar Pasha, the building made here has been called with this name. But Haydarpaşa Train Station did not bring much luck to Abdülhamit. The year when the sultan was dethroned.
In the 1906 project, two German architects, Otto Ritter and Helmuth Cuno, started to build the project.
The construction of the building was carried out by a German company called ler Anadolu-Baghdad Company eş and a breakwater was built in front of the station with the initiative of the German General Manager and the facilities and silos where the loading and unloading of commercial goods from Anatolia and the wagons going to Anatolia were made were made.
The architectural style of the building is in the style of Mimar Neo-classical German Architecture Bin. Each one is built on 21 pieces wooden pile with 1100 meters long. (It is said that the stakes on the ground where Haydarpaşa Train Station is being built are cut off from Kınalıada. Even Bedri Rahmi Eyüpoğlu in his poem titled İstanbul Hatırası;
Don't touch the city here,
Forty of 1900s
You're going to cut the living alive
They docked at Haydarpaşa
One side of the fukaran still sneaky
Kınalıada ”he expressed this situation.
A bird's eye view of the building is long, one leg is seen as a short d U ında letter. Inside the building there are rooms with large and high ceilings. At the same time, the ceilings of these rooms were separate works of art by embroidery. The interior space is the inner courtyard. On the side of the building facing the sea, there are circular towers at both ends. In the construction of the building, pink-colored granite stones from Hereke, floor and mezzanine floors were used for the façade of Lefke-Osmaneli stone. The station building was originally built on the 2525 m2 area and is now spread over an area of 3836 m2.
During 1914-1918, during World War I, using the Haydarpaşa Port and Gaza, ammunition was dispatched from the occupation forces to the Turkish troops in Anatolia. Ammunition in the warehouse to be shipped to Anatolia, the 6 exploded with a sabotage on September 1917, has set a big fire, the railway station has been heavily damaged, ammunition and soldier-filled wagons burned.
The station building has not only hosted those coming to Istanbul, but also witnessed those who went to the front for years, those who went into the exile in Ashkale, those who could not find what they were looking for in this city, those who did not return, those who could not find it, who left a big city behind.
After the World War I, the British had the opportunity to defeat the Ottomans and the 15 handed over even to the Haydarpaşa Train Station and Gebze on January 1919 and continued these invasions until the 25 September 1923 night.
After the proclamation of the Republic, the Turkish Parliament appointed Haydarpaşa Garı General Directorate of Behic Erkin, the close friend of Atatürk. Gar's incumbent General Manager Mr. Hugnen, who is a German national, tried to discredit Behiç Bey by saying that Turks did not know how to operate the train line. However, Behiç Bey commenced his duty by stating that he had appointed the TGNA here and operated the Haydarpaşa Railway Station very successfully with his team.
Since then, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk and many other local and foreign states have used the Ankara-Istanbul route continuously.
15 1979 On November XNUMX, a bit of the Haydarpaşa mendireğinin fuel-loaded miş Independenta bir tank collided with the Greek flag ”Evriali in as a result of a heavy explosion and the period of the great stained glass master Linneman'in almost all of the lead stained glass was damaged. On sunny days, stained glass radiating that magnificent light and colors were later restored by Şükriye Işık, a stained glass artist in accordance with the original.
Do you know that there is a mausoleum in the Haydarpasa Train Station? Haydar Baba Tomb X Maybe it is a forgotten tradition but one of the interesting features of the tomb is that the mechanic and train staff should stop by before the road and pray for a safe journey. This tradition dates back to 1908 where Haydarpaşa Train Station was built.
It is the plateau of the first scenes of the Yeşilçam films about the immigration to the big city taken in 1970s. Haydarpaşa 'The place of separation and settlement en
There are some buildings. It is the symbol of the city. This is the case in Haydarpaşa. It is one of the most important parts of Istanbul's historical city. It must be protected with care, and should continue to be a living place where pigeons, people, trains, a grandchild, and a grandmother have common memories.
Who came, who passed away from there… Sultans, sultans, Mustafa Kemal defeated the enemy armies even passed from here Kemal He is still standing in a stable oca Not easy to carry so much memories iş Hundreds, thousands of hope passengers to stretch,
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