Seljuk Square in Western Turkey to serve as a historical film setting


in Sultandağı . district of The western province of Afyonkarahisar, the city square of Seljuk, which houses historical structures from the Seljuk and Ottoman eras, is preparing to become new favorite Preparation for Historical films.

Seljuk City Square project Started two months ago under the leadership of Governor of Afyonkarahisar Gokmin Cicek. The arena will include the Ishaklı Caravanserai, the largest caravanserai in The cityand the sites of the Ottoman era like Converting Garshi Mosque, Laleli Fountain and Turkish Bath to A city Museum.

While it will be the largest yard in The citythe square is also Expected to serve as favorite spot for Historic products thanks to their texture.

Sultandagi District Governor Murat Demirbelik told Anadolu Agency (AA) that 800-year-old historical sites are being revived as part of it. of Seljuk City Square project. “We carry out Recovery on Historic buildings, palaces, houses and street Rehabilitation studies to prepare the arena. we also restoration of graves of historical names in Square. The research Pretty much it will be finished in a month, but the restoration will continue in Phase “.

indicating that they want To introduce the arena to tourism with The support of Additionally, research, the governor continued: “Renovation work is underway out with stones to be faithful to original Country of buildings. After our restorations, we aim to promote this plaza and show 800-yearOld or old history for tourists. “

Demirbelik finally mentioned that the square will also As a suitable place for Historical films and series.

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