Channel Istanbul's route changed with the ancient cave

The route of Kanal Istanbul changed with the ancient cave: It was learned that the change of Kanal Istanbul's unofficial Küçükçekmece route, which is the Paleotic era of the Küçükçekmece route, has been changed.
Regarding Turkey's mega projects of the channel's route Istanbul says he might change last week, Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Minister Binali Yildirim, yesterday Parliamentary Planning and Budget at the Ministry Commission budget presentation of a detailed study on the canal's route Istanbul stressed is not yet complete.

Yıldırım “We are working on 5 routes for the Canal Istanbul Project. We have not officially announced any routes to date. I have made a statement that our citizens will not be disappointed in the future or be victims. We say that the route studies on Kanal Istanbul have not been finalized. We did not say, 'We will do it to Silivri'. People headed there because the Metro was running the route. The program of the metropolitan is not the same as ours. ” Yıldırım said last week that the route of the Canal Istanbul Project will change due to geological structures, natural sites, underground water resources and pastures. It was learned that the main reason for changing the line starting from Karaburun in the Black Sea, which is shown as the route of the project, to Küçükçekmece in Marmara is the Küçükburgmece caves in Küçükçekmece. The history of the Halfburgaz Caves, which is 1.5 kilometers away from the north coast of Küçükçekmece Lake, which has changed the route of Canal Istanbul, dates back to the Paleotic Age.

It shows that the Halfburgaz Caves, one of the oldest settlements in Europe, were used as shelters for a certain period in the second half of the period, called Ota Pleistones, covering between 730 thousand and 130 thousand years ago. In the movie "Ali Baba and Forty Thieves", shot in 1971, the Halfburgaz Cave is known to be the cave that harams entered by saying "open sesame, open". Caves have hosted some series today. On the other hand, there are caves that pass through Çatalca, which was first introduced about the route of the Kanal Istanbul project. In Çatalca, there are caves carved into the rocks in the area called İnceğiz Caves. The caves, the construction of which began in the Hellenistic period, were used as monasteries after Rome. Kemal Sunal's 'Salako' movie was also shot in these caves.
Yıldırım made a budget presentation of his ministry at the Parliament's Plan and Budget Commission, and said that investments in transportation contributed to the development of the country as a locomotive. Yıldırım stated that the study of the 3-storey Grand Istanbul Tunnel is continuing and said, “This tunnel will see the highway system needed by the Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge axis, the rail system needed by the Bosphorus Bridge axis.” Yıldırım stated that the Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge will be completed this year, and that the 433-kilometer section between Altınova and Gemlik, which continues between Istanbul and Gemlik, continues to operate in the coming days. said it would be taken. Yıldırım stated that the fourth biggest bridge of the world, Izmit Bay Crossing Suspension Bridge, will end in May. Touching on the Istanbul-Çanakkale-İzmir Motorway and Çanakkale Bridge crossing, Yıldırım said, “We are doing this, and if it grows, we will start working this year, if not in 40”.


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