Çamlica Tower.. Istanbul panorama in your hands

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Çamlica Tower.. Istanbul panorama in your hands

The tower is 369 meters tall and 587 meters above sea level.
It consists of 49 floors, each with a height of 4.5 meters, of which 4 are underground.
The tower has a capacity of about 2.5 million visitors annually, and it is considered one of the most prominent projects that support tourism

A new landmark added to Istanbul, which is the latest and most beautiful, an eye that watches the ancient city with a 360-degree panorama, and puts the two parts of the city under the eyes of its visitor, it is the "Camelica" tower.

The tower is located on the hill "Camelica", which is an eye on Istanbul, as the high hill watches both sides of the city and the Bosphorus, while it hosts the most prominent facilities and receives thousands of visitors daily.

For decades, the distinguished hill had an important place in the city, and in recent years it has turned into a place of special reputation with the opening of the Çaml?ca Mosque and Tower, attracting more domestic and foreign tourism.

Every researcher of the beauty scene that distinguishes Istanbul and its strait linking the Black Sea and the Sea of ??Marmara, dividing the city into Asian and European banks, can see this panoramic painting from this hill.

Camlica Hill is located on the Asian side of Istanbul, and attracts tourists; Thanks to its height and its distinct view, especially at night, visitors to the hill can see the view of the Bosphorus from a high height, as well as the suspension bridges, and the big city.

** Çamlica Tower

On May 29, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan inaugurated the Camlica Tower, after its construction began in 2017.

The tower is 369 meters long, 587 meters high above sea level, and consists of 49 floors, each with a height of 4.5 meters, of which 4 floors are underground.

The most prominent landmarks of Istanbul can be seen from the tower clearly, such as the July 15 Martyrs' Bridge (the anniversary of the failed coup attempt against the legitimate authority in 2016), Çaml?ca Mosque, and the Princess Islands, and it was built to eliminate visual pollution by uniting the television broadcasting towers that were scattered in the area.

The tower includes 4 floors dedicated to watching the landscape, an average of two floors for restaurants and two floors for viewing, so that the viewing floor accommodates 200 people at the same time.

** Features of the tower

The tower opened its doors to visitors as of the first of last June, for a large number of visitors and tourists to flock to the tower.

The tower, which is located at the top of a hill in Istanbul, the heart of the world, provides a beautiful and unparalleled view, where visitors are received from ten in the morning until nine in the evening, and on Sundays it is closed.

The tower consists of 49 floors, and is located on an area of ??20 acres, and includes several floors and terraces, and it will be a center of activities, making it an attraction in the city, according to previous statements by the officials in charge of the tower.

The tower can be reached by various means of public transportation in Istanbul, and the path can start from Camlica Mosque towards the tower.

** Intensity of visits

The Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure said in a statement a few days ago that Çaml?ca Tower received nearly 30,000 visitors during the 9-day Eid al-Adha holiday.

With the addition of visitor numbers since the start of visits was allowed on the first of last June, according to the ministry's figures, the visits reached 98,418 visitors with the Eid holiday.

By calculating the period after Eid, and adding daily visits, it can be said that more than one hundred thousand visitors have visited Çaml?ca Tower since its opening in two months, which indicates the importance that tourists and visitors attach to the tower and to watching the city view.

The tower has a capacity of about 2.5 million visitors annually, and is considered one of the most prominent projects that support tourism.

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