Observation Terrace with Osmangazi Bridge View to Dilovası

Observation Terrace with Osmangazi Bridge View to Dilovası
Observation Terrace with Osmangazi Bridge View to Dilovası

Kocaeli Metropolitan Municipality, which carries the city to the future with its investments in every field from infrastructure to transportation, from education to culture and art, does not slow down in its environmental investments. The Metropolitan, which has built new parks and social areas in many parts of the city, has a viewing terrace with Osmangazi Bridge view in Dilovası Diliskelesi District. kazanyelling. Offering the coastal park, which it had previously built right next to the Osmangazi Bridge, to the service of the people of Dilovası, the Metropolitan, this time, started to work on the observation terrace project overlooking the Osmangazi Bridge.


The teams of the Department of Parks and Gardens clean the area by mowing the lawn on the viewing terrace included in the investment plan in Diliskelesi District. Teams will first build a cafeteria here. The building, which will be built on an area of ​​180 square meters, will consist of a cafeteria of 73 square meters, a service area of ​​​​23 square meters, a kitchen of 15 square meters and a cold and dry storage area. In addition, there will be male/female and disabled toilets and a baby care room in the building. Along with a nice cafeteria where citizens can eat and drink tea in front of the magnificent view, children's playgroups will also be located on the viewing terrace area.


Citizens will be able to sip their tea with the view of Osmangazi Bridge on the viewing terrace to be built right behind Yılport Transportation Services Vocational and Technical Anatolian High School. The viewing terrace, which has a very beautiful location as it overlooks the bridge and the Gulf of Izmit, will add significant value not only to the region where it is located, but also to Kocaeli. The cafeteria, which will be located in the viewing terrace area, is planned to be operational until the summer period.

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