In Antalya, with the tour organized by Muratpaşa Municipality, children and teenagers explored Kaleiçi, where narrow streets, huge gates and historical monuments dating back centuries arouse their sense of curiosity. Zeynep Nil Korkusuz, 11, one of the children who toured the historical city center in the company of professional guides, said that she came to Kaleiçi for the second time.
Shirazi Turkish-Iranian Friendship Park was inaugurated with a ceremony
In Antalya, the Shirazi Turkish Iranian Friendship Park of Muratpaşa Municipality was inaugurated with a ceremony. At the inauguration ceremony attended by Iranians who were in Antalya for the Nowruz Holiday holiday, Mayor Ümit Uysal said: “We should provide the conditions for cultural diversity to live together. Otherwise, our work will not be as productive as necessary and capable of producing as much cultural, economic and social wealth as desired.”
Shirazi Turkish-Iranian Friendship Park opens
In Antalya, where nearly 140 thousand foreigners from 90 countries of the world live, Muratpaşa Municipality is adding a new one to its cultural and friendship parks in Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Ukraine, Lithuania. Shirazi Turkish-Iranian Friendship Park opens in Çağlayan Mahallesi on Wednesday at 11:00.
Blood donation campaign from Muratpaşa Foreigners Advisory Board
Participating in the Runtalya International Antalya Marathon with T-shirts with the inscription "Donate blood save lives", Muratpaşa Foreigners' Advisory Board organizes a blood donation campaign on Saturday. The donation campaign to be organized with the Turkish Red Crescent at Abdullah Sevimçok Civil Society and Innovation Centers (ASSİM) will be held between 11:00 and 18:00.
Lithuanian Cultural Park was opened with a ceremony
Muratpaşa Municipality Mayor Ümit Uysal said at the opening of the Lithuanian Culture Park, "We strive to make Antalya a place where different cultures can feel comfortable, as if they are at home, and we continue this mission."
Lithuanian Cultural Park opens
In Antalya, where 136,946 foreigners from 90 countries live, Muratpaşa Municipality is adding a new one to its cultural and friendship parks in Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia and Ukraine. Lithuanian Culture Park opens in Fener Mahallesi on Saturday at 13.00.
Tarhana soup, an indispensable part of Turkish cuisine, distributed by Muratpaşa, is in Mexico
The local tarhana, which Muratpaşa Municipality distributes from house to house in Antalya, has exceeded the borders and is cooked in Mexico. Mahmut Güngör and Semra Demirağ, who took the tarhana distributed by the municipality in their bags for their trip to Mexico, cooked the tarhana in their house on the Atlantic coast. Tarhana on its smoke brought all the guests in the house together at the table.
Muratpaşa is a city where is a project partner of European cities
In Antalya, Muratpaşa Municipality received the title of "partner organization" this year as part of the European Local Democracy Week events, in which more than 200 municipalities from 15 countries participated, with the theme "Protecting the Environment: Local Communities Take Action".
The cleanliness of Kaleiçi drew attention
Konstantinos Polychronidis, one of the young people who came together with Muratpaşa Mayor Ümit Uysal in Antalya, where they came for project writing training within the framework of the student exchange program, said that he encountered a very clean city, especially Kaleiçi. Polychronidis asked Mayor Uysal, "How do you achieve this?"
Muratpaşa Foreigners' Advisory Board gathered
In Antalya, the Foreigners' Advisory Board of Muratpaşa Municipality held the first meeting of the long break due to the pandemic at Abdullah Sevimçok Civil Society and Innovation Centers (ASSİM). At the meeting, it was decided to carry out the duty of the speaker of the parliament in quarterly periods.
Mayor Uysal, “Our Antalya is the place where world cultures meet”
Muratpaşa Mayor Ümit Uysal, who was in quarantine at home due to the covid-19 he was caught, was connected by phone to the opening of the world-famous Kyrgyz writer Cengiz Aytmatov statue. Mayor Uysal said, “Our Antalya, Muratpaşa is a place where world cultures meet. It will continue to be so,” he said.
Muratpaşa shares its experiences
Muratpaşa Municipality will participate in the workshop to be held in Sweden in the third phase of the international education program, where the Council of the Elderly, Foreigners' Advisory Board, the digital democracy application komsumeclisi.com and its work for disadvantaged segments of society were accepted. Muratpaşa Municipality will share its Antalya experiences at the workshop.
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Kazakhstan's Independence Anniversary Celebrated in Muratpaşa
In Antalya, Muratpaşa Municipality Türkan Şoray Cultural Center hosted the celebrations of the 30th anniversary of Kazakhstan's independence. Nurgisa Tiendiyev Art Academy artists Maya İsmailova, Erlan Kokeev and Ayjan Girl Dance Ensemble took the stage at the night.
Rostov-on-Don visit of Muratpaşa Delegation
Muratpaşa Mayor Ümit Uysal paid a return visit to Rostov-on-Don, Russia, which participated in the Kaleiçi Old Town Festival since 2018. Mayor Uysal met with Rostov-on-Don Mayor Alexey Valentinovich Logvinenko.
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Mayor Uysal attended the Bender Castle Festival
Muratpaşa Mayor Ümit Uysal attended the festival held in the name of Bender Castle, the last border castle of the Ottoman Empire, in the Transnistrian Autonomous Republic of Moldova, which took place in the last three years of the Kaleiçi Old Town Festival.
Kaleiçi becomes the center of living ancient cities
15 mayors from 10 countries participating in the Kaleiçi Old Town Festival, which was held for the 6th time this year by the Muratpaşa Municipality, stated that they had a wonderful four days in the historical city center of Antalya in the messages they sent and said, “We must help each other to find common solutions to common problems”.
The stories of Antalya are in this book
Muratpaşa Municipality compiled the information that has remained at the borders of archaeology, from Attalos's Attelia to Gazi Mustafa Kemal Atatürk's Antalya, and transformed it into a narrative form in the book " From Sarpedon to Keykubad: Once Upon a Time Antalya". Mayor Ümit Uysal introduced the book, which was published in Turkish and English, at the panel "Old cities tell their stories", held as part of the 6th Kaleiçi Old Town Festival.
Joint declaration for cultural heritage
In Antalya, 36 cities from 21 countries participating in the Kaleiçi Old Town Festival, organized by the Muratpaşa Municipality, accepted the declaration "Preservation of cultural heritage within the framework of human rights" opened for signature by Mayor Ümit Uysal. City representatives signed the text of the declaration at the end of the panel held at the historical Kaleiçi Marina.
Kaleiçi Old Town Festival has started
Kaleiçi Old Town Festival, which was held by Muratpaşa Municipality in Antalya, started with a cortege from Atatürk Street, which runs along the walls of the living ancient city, and continuing on the streets of that living ancient city. The opening of the festival, which was attended by 36 cities from 21 countries, was the scene of colorful images.
21 countries and 36 cities got together at the festival
For the Kaleiçi Old Town Festival, arranged for the 6th time by Muratpaşa Municipality this year, the visiting country delegations came together at the dinner hosted by Mayor Ümit Uysal and his wife Ümran Uysal. District Governor of Muratpaşa Orhan Burhan also attended the dinner.
6th KALEİCİ OLDTOWN FESTIVAL
Kaleiçi: A bridge from the past to the future...
Our festival, which has a great mission to introduce Kaleiçi to the world, to bring together living ancient cities and to protect historical and cultural heritage and transfer it to future generations, is meeting with our people again this year. See you at the festival on October 14-17…