Goynuk Zafer Kulesi, Goynuk

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  • Zafer Kulesi literally translates to Victory Tower; it was built in 1923 to celebrate the foundation of the Turkish Republic and is considered one of the first pieces of architecture in the history...  more »
  • Goynük Victory Tower - Bolu Bolu Prefecture, Goynük District, Cuma District, 51 islands, 1 parcel is located. It is located on a hill overlooking the district. It was built in 1922 by Governor Hursit Bey to commemorate the success of the Battle of Sakarya. It was built on a 3-storey foundation of hexagonal stone. The wooden, hexagonal body narrows upwards and has a railing on each floor. The Victory Tower is covered by a hexagonal cone. With the last brews, stone steps were made and the ups and downs were facilitated and made more useful. I would like to express that the photographs with the view of The Victory Tower Goynük, which confronts us with a beautiful view both from above and below, are more beautiful.
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  • The view is a magnificent place... You can walk through the town in about 10 minutes on foot through the alleys. It's a little steep, but the result is perfect. The tower, said to be about 100 years old, was built to commemorate the Liberation Wars. The area where the tower is located is very well designed, but I can describe it as another work that shows that the Turkish Nation does not respect its history as much as it loves its history. We don't learn that trash can't be dumped anywhere we want. We didn't use what we call trash cans, which prevent garbage from being collected and damaging the environment. We threw pet bottles, food scraps and packaging down the lush slope around the tower towards the town, saying how could I get any uglier further. I wonder if our heads aren't working. Or is this history not ours or Byzantine? Is that why we hate it?
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