Manisa Spil Mountain Ropeway Project with Four Eyes Waiting: The delivery of the place to the company that took the tender of the cable car in Manisa created excitement in the city. Şehzadeler Mayor Ömer Faruk Çelik said, ele The cable car will make a significant contribution to the tourism of Manisa. Ş
Historical steps were taken for the cable car project, which the Manisal people had dreamed of for years. The 40 drowned the Manisans in joy as the annual dream came true. Citizens who could not reach the Spil Mountain due to transportation problems, said that they were looking forward to the cable car. Manisa citizens, the government and the ministries at the level of the followers of the mayors of the Mayor Omar Faruk Celik thanked. The tender was carried out by the steel company and the place was delivered to the company that took the tender. As a result of the tender made with the Build-Operate-Transfer model, it is stated that approximately 7.5 km long cable car, 2 hotel and 40 will be built on a thousand square meters area.
CITIZENS ARE VERY SATISFIED
Citizens, çok It would be very nice to come to Manisa, we would be very happy. It's been talked about for years. The people of Manisa would be very pleased. There are people who live in Manisa and see Spil Mountain from below. If such an opportunity is provided, it will not remain. After that we can often go to Spil. We need some clean mountain air. Thank you very much for our service. A very nice service for our nation for Manisa. Tourism is also mobilized, economic contributions are provided Turizm. President Steel, X Forest and Water Works 4. The Regional Directorate succeeded in saying that it could not be related to Spil, and Spil was given the 20 trillion infrastructure work. This is a value of Manisa, the Shahzadas. We believe that we should stand out with tourism in this city. Spil needs to be revealed more for him. Now the dream of a cable car will be real. Will contribute to the tourism of Manisa. We're going to Spil on a ropeway. We have citizens who still don't go to Spil. We will take our students to the nature education and make them have a picnic in the fresh air. I wish the forests would be beneficial for the princes. Orman