A welcome center will be built in Arslantepe mound

A welcome center will be built in Arslantepe mound
A welcome center will be built in Arslantepe mound

MALATYA (AA) – A welcome center will be built in Malatya, Arslantepe Mound, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List, which is considered to be the place where the first city-state structures in Anatolia with a history of 7 thousand years emerged.

According to the written statement made by the Metropolitan Municipality, a protocol was signed between Malatya Metropolitan Municipality and Fırat Development Agency for the construction of a welcome center on Arslantepe Mound.

Speaking at the signing ceremony, Metropolitan Mayor Selahattin Gürkan stated that they described Arslantepe as “the place where human civilization began”.

Gurkan said:

“Before seeing Arslantepe, visitors at the simulation center should see and experience the methods and principles of life 7 thousand years ago in that area. This is the basic joke of our work. I hope we will execute a beautiful project. “A welcome center will be built together with the Fırat Development Agency and our municipality, which will amount to millions of lira. I hope that our welcome center will be beneficial for Malatya.”

Fırat Development Agency Secretary General Abdulvahap Yogunlu stated that they signed a project to build a welcoming center for Arslantepe Mound, which is the most important tourism asset of the city and the region.

Denselu said, “It is an important and big project for our city. When we complete it, I hope our visitors who come here will stay longer and recognize our value that has entered the world heritage list.” said.

After the speeches, a protocol was signed for the Arslantepe Höyük welcome center.

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