Gazi Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder of the Republic of Turkey, was commemorated once again in the Capital with a minute of silence when the clocks showed 83:09.05 on the 10rd death anniversary. While the Mayor of the Metropolitan Municipality Mansur Yavaş attended the ceremonies held in Anıtkabir with the state officials, the Ankara Metropolitan Municipality came together with all its units and personnel at the commemoration ceremonies. On November XNUMX, billboards, especially on buses, were decorated with 'O An:kara' posters, and services were stopped for one minute in ANKARAY. The people of the capital sang Atatürk's favorite folk songs together with Ali Altay's concert hosted by the Metropolitan Municipality.
Gazi Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder of the Republic of Turkey, was commemorated on November 83, the 10rd anniversary of his death, with commemoration programs also held in the capital Ankara.
Metropolitan Mayor Mansur Yavaş attended the commemoration ceremony held in Anıtkabir with state officials, while all the citizens of the Capital were standing for his Ata when the clock showed 09.05:XNUMX.
SIRENS BALL, FLAGS HALLOWED, A stance of respect and the national anthem sung.
Ankara Metropolitan Municipality came together with all its units and personnel at the commemoration programs and stood in silence accompanied by the sounded sirens.
At the commemoration ceremony held in front of the Metropolitan Municipality and attended by the personnel and all bureaucrats, the Deputy Secretary General of the Metropolitan Municipality, Mustafa Kemal Çokakoğlu, laid a wreath on the Atatürk bust. Employees of the Metropolitan Municipality, where the flags were lowered at half-mast, sang the National Anthem in front of the Atatürk bust, where they left red carnations.
EVERY PLACE IN THE CITY WAS EQUIPPED WITH “O AN: ANKARA” POSTERS
EGO General Directorate stopped the flights for a minute when the clocks showed 09.05 in ANKARAY.
While Atatürk was commemorated with announcements on the Rail Systems in the capital, citizens stood up at the subway stations, wagons and on the streets and held a moment of silence.
Metropolitan Municipality decorated many points from city screens to traffic signs, from billboards to buses, with “O An:Ankara” posters due to November 10th.
ATATÜRK WAS REMEMBERED WITH THE TURKUS THAT He LOVED
Great Leader Gazi Mustafa Kemal Atatürk was also commemorated with the concert called “Ancestral Folk Songs” organized by the Department of Culture and Social Affairs at the Youth Park Büyük Sahne.
Artist Ali Altay, who sang Atatürk's favorite folk songs with the people of the Capital, said, “We commemorate our father, our blue-eyed giant commander, with mercy and gratitude. We owe endless gratitude to the Republic he left, this beautiful freedom he left, and the identity and personality he has given us. It is very important for me to be in Ankara, where our Ata sleeps and where our hearts beat, and it is a great pleasure for me to share the folk songs that our Ata loved with the audience.”
The people of Başkent, who experienced emotional moments at the concert, expressed their thoughts with the following words:
-Tugba Turk: “I am trying to go from the light that Mustafa Kemal Atatürk showed. I would also like to thank Ankara Metropolitan Municipality for organizing a concert featuring the folk songs that our father loved.”
-Mustafa Aydogdu: ''The Great Leader Gazi Mustafa Kemal Atatürk is the founder of our Republic and the symbol of our independence. A powerful statesman who entrusted us with this homeland. We should always remember this day and tell our youth and children about this, so that it will be clear under what conditions our country was founded. We commemorate our father again with gratitude and gratitude. I would like to thank Ankara Metropolitan Municipality and Mayor Mansur Yavaş for organizing a concert on such a meaningful day.”
-Gamze Aydogdu: "I am emotional because of the 83rd anniversary of our father's death. I would like to thank our President Mansur Yavaş for organizing a concert on such a meaningful day.”
METROPOLITAN MUNICIPALITY PREPARED MEMORIAL PROGRAMS FOR ATATÜRK
While Ankara City Council Executive Board Chairman Halil İbrahim Yılmaz was visiting Anıtkabir with the members, the City Council Cycling Council organized a cycling tour on November 10 at 19.05, starting from the Youth Park and continuing to Anıtkabir.
The Metropolitan Municipality, which will host the commemoration programs it has prepared throughout the week, will perform the theater play of Halide Edip Adıvar, 'Türk'ün Test with Fire', staged by Dilek Türker and Tayfun Yılmaz, on 10-11 November at the Youth Park Büyük Sahne. It will be staged openly to the people of the Capital at 20.00:0312. Citizens who can make a reservation by calling "(507) 37 62 48" will be asked to present their vaccination card or PCR test performed within the last XNUMX hours.
Ghazi Mustafa Kemal Atatürk directed by Tarhan Baydar, with the theme "Not a day of mourning, but a day of mourning" on 12 November at the Youth Park Büyük Sahne on 20.00 November, due to the anniversary of his death. Dr. It will be commemorated with the symphonic concert “After Our Ata”, with Mehmet Efe conducting and Aysin Işımer as art consultant. Başkent residents who want to attend the concert, which will be held free of charge, will be able to make a reservation by calling “(0312) 507 37 63”.