60-Year-old Historical Anafartalar Municipality Bazaar is Renovated

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60-Year-old Historical Anafartalar Municipality Bazaar is Renovated

Protecting the historical and cultural values ​​of the capital, Ankara Metropolitan Municipality started renovation works in the 60-year-old Anafartalar Municipality Bazaar in Ulus. The works are expected to be completed in January 2023.

The Metropolitan Municipality continues its works that protect the history of the city without slowing down.

The Department of Cultural and Natural Heritage took action for the Anafartalar Municipality Bazaar, which was built in the 1960s and has 59 shops.

IT WILL BE MADE TO MATCH WITH THE HISTORICAL TEXTURE OF THE BAZAAR

The project prepared for the bazaar, which has been neglected for a long time, was approved by the Ankara Cultural Heritage Preservation Regional Board. Thereupon, the teams of the Department of Cultural and Natural Heritage, which immediately started working, within the scope of the project; the roof will be renewed, the signage and facades will be rebuilt in a uniform way with materials suitable for the historical texture, the shutters and awnings will be renewed and the exterior flooring will be arranged.

“BAZAAR WILL RETURN TO ITS OLD LIVE DAYS”

Bekir Ödemiş, Head of the Department of Cultural and Natural Heritage, gave information about what to do in the 60-year-old Anafartalar Municipality Bazaar.

“It is a bazaar with 60 years of history. It has a very special place. But as you can see, the 60-year-old bazaar had lost its original texture, especially because it had been neglected for a long time and due to the later additions. As part of the other works of our Honorable President Mansur Yavaş in Ulus, we are doing our renovation work here as well. Our aim is to reorganize this special bazaar, which has a very special place in Ankara's city history, according to its original texture, and to restore it to its old vibrant days, to the place it deserves in Ankara shopping history."

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