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Ataturk bridge at dusk
Istanbul

Istanbul Haliçte, Unkapanı ile Azapkapısı arasında kurulan köprü. Gelip geçenlerden para alınmadığı için bu köprüye Hayratiye Köprüsü adı verilmişti. Sultan İkinci Mahmûdun emriyle kaptan-ı deryâ vekili Fevzi Ahmed Paşa tarafından tersânede yaptırıldı. Köprü 1836 yılında tamamlandı ve açılışı bizzat Sultan İkinci Mahmûd Han, köprüyü at üzerinde geçerek yaptı. Köprünün boyu tahminî olarak 400 m, genişliği ise 10 m idi. Köprünün ortası gerektiğinde büyük gemilerin geçmesi için açılabiliyordu.

Copyright: Mehmet ozcan
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10000x5000
Uploaded: 27/12/2008
Updated: 22/07/2012
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Tags: galata tower; ataturk bridge; unkapani; golden horn; yeni cami; süleymaniye; vr; 360; mehmet ozcan; istanbul; türkiye
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