Malkoçoğlu Mehmet Bey Overpass Introduced

malkocoglu mehmet bey met the top pass
malkocoglu mehmet bey met the top pass

Kocaeli Metropolitan Municipality continues to provide services for uninterrupted and comfortable transportation throughout the city. The construction of pedestrian bridges is also not neglected in order to ensure the safety of citizens in crossings. In this context, the modern overpass made with steel material was introduced to the public in the district of Osman Yılmaz on Gebze D-100. The mausoleum was named after Mehmet Bey, the son of Malkoçoğlu, in Gebze.

Publicity program organized in Gebze AK Party Kocaeli deputies İlyas Sugar, Emine Zeybek, Kocaeli Metropolitan Municipality Deputy Mayor Zekeriya Ozak, District Governor Mustafa Güler, Gebze Mayor Adnan Koshker, provincial and district protocol attended by citizens.

Zekeriya Özak, Deputy Mayor of Kocaeli Metropolitan Municipality, said in his opening speech; Uz As Metropolitan Municipality, we do our part. We produce important services for our citizens. We will continue to do. In March there is an important local election. We will continue to make these services after the local elections. Da

The bridge over the D-100 created an important transition line. People who want to go to Fatih State Hospital can easily cross the bridge. The 81 meter is a modern overpass with a length of 4 meters. 440 tone steel material was used in the construction of the bridge. Bridge decked edges were made of glass railing and secured. Malkoçoğlu Mehmet Bey, which provides safe transportation to citizens, has elevator and escalators in the overpass.

He served as a commander during the reign of Malkoçoğlu Sultan Yıldırım Bayezid and Murad I. He is one of two children of Mehmet Bey Malkoçoğlu. He fought with his father Malkoç Bey in the conquest of Rumelia. Malkoçoğlu Mehmet Bey, whose tomb is in Gebze, died in 1385. His tomb was built by his father Malkoç Bey. He passed away at a young age before his father.

Günceleme: 04/01/2019 10:46

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