Istanbul Metropolitan Mayor Ekrem İmamoğlu made examinations in the Hacıosman Grove, whose name was changed as “Atatürk City Forest” after the arrangements made. Stating that the park is an impressive area, İmamoğlu said, "It was a pity that an area close to the subway transportation and inside the houses was not at the service of Istanbul," he said. İmamoğlu noted that citizens can easily reach the region from Hacıosman and Darüşşafaka metro stations, and said, “They will be able to come and walk from various places in Istanbul. A walking track of about 12 kilometers is formed here. ”
İBB President Ekrem İmamoğlu made the examinations in the Hacıosman Grove in Sarıyer on October 12, 2019 and said, “We aim to open this beautiful treasure to the people of Istanbul and create sports opportunities for children, especially walking and jogging. There is no better project than this. The most beautiful project; nature ”. The works carried out in the region by the IMM Park, Garden and Green Areas Department have come to an end.
NAME HAS BEEN CHANGED AS "ATATÜRK URBAN FOREST"
Imamoglu made examinations in the grove that came to the end point and whose name will be changed as “Ataturk City Forest”. Accompanied by Sarıyer Mayor Şükrü Genç, Imamoğlu, Professor of Park, Garden and Green Areas Department. Dr. Yasin Çağatay Seçkin was informed about the works. After the information meeting, the field study was started. Imamoglu and the accompanying delegation; He examined the walking track, the viewing terrace and pond surroundings on site.
“AN IMPRESSIVE AREA”
Imamoglu evaluated his study trip by the natural pond. Stating that the park in Hacıosman is an impressive area, İmamoğlu said, “It is a pity that an area close to the subway transportation and inside the houses is not at the service of Istanbul. Here, our friends put up a character. Our friends coordinate an environment where only people can walk and breathe while preserving their natural state. In places where there is a wildlife, it is moving with certain principles until it is completely dehumanized. I hope that we will take a walk here on behalf of the youth, although we will probably not be able to go out on May 19th. ”
“I feel grateful to those who passed the labor”
İmamoğlu noted that citizens can easily reach the region from Hacıosman and Darüşşafaka metro stations, and said, “They will be able to come and walk from various places in Istanbul. A walking track of about 12 kilometers is formed here. I am grateful to the friends who contributed. I hope that we will find the morale by living the pleasure of giving Istanbul the name of Atatürk City Forest.