The Turkish stamp on Gotthard Base, the longest tunnel in the world

Turkish stamp on Gotthard Base, the longest tunnel in the world: Gotthard Base, the world's longest and deepest railway tunnel, was built between the producers of the Turkish construction company Rönesans. The 57 kilometer tunnel connects Switzerland, Italy, Austria and Germany.
Gotthard Base, the world's largest and deepest railway tunnel, was first introduced in 1900 in Europe after the beginning of 1947. 57 took 2 years of construction of the tunnel with a length of kilometers and a depth of 300 thousand 17 meters.
Built by the consortium, which among Turkey's Renaissance Construction completed the Gotthard Base railway tunnel, passing under Swiss Alpine peaks and the distance between the northern and southern Europe is shortened. The tunnel that connects Switzerland, Italy, Austria and Germany decreases by one hour from the city of Zurich to Switzerland, 2 to 40 hour.
THE EUROPEAN LEADERS OPEN
The opening ceremony, which started at Rynacht, the northern entrance of the tunnel near the Uri canton of Switzerland, was attended by Swiss Confederation President Johann Schneider-Ammann and many ministers. In addition to Schneider-Ammann, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President François Hollande and Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi attended the ceremony near the canton of Ticino. The construction of the building was completed by the consortium, which included the Turkish company Rönesans Construction's Swiss subsidiary Heitkamp Swiss.
THE TEST DRIVING OF THE WORLD WILL FILL THE 2 ONCE
Johannes Dotter, Chief Executive of Heitkamp Swiss, one of the Rönesans Group companies, explained that the 57 tunnel, consisting of two parallel single-line tubes with a length of one kilometer, exceeded the total length of the 152 kilometer along with cross passages, access tunnels and shafts. The tunnel has a daily 65 passenger and 240 freight train capacity, Dotter said, since last October, the world around the test drive around the 2 times said that the test.




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