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Thousands Of Young People At Çanakkale

Under the project Young Denizli, Denizli Municipality have brought over 2000 highschool students to Çanakkale.

With the aim of children and young people living in Denizli to meet the history, Denizli Municipality since 4 weeks continues to organize trips to Çanakkale. This weekend, Denizli Municipality has sent 360 students by 9 buses to Çanakkale. 350 high school students chosen by lot started their trip to Çanakkale from in front of Denizli Municipality where they came accompanied by parents.


YOUNG DENIZLI IN GALIBOLU
In the first day of the trip students visited the Galibolu National Park, Kilitbahir, Namazgah Bastion, Sayit Corporal, Şahindere Martyrdom, Monument of the Martyrs, Ertuğrul Cove and Bastion, Sergeant Yahya Monument, Anzac Cove, 57th Regiment Memorial and Conk Bayırı. At the Monument of the Martyrs young people were for the names of their grandfathers who came to Çanakkale to fight for freedom and who died heroically for the country. In the evening students went to the hotel waiting for tomorrow to visit new places.


THEY SAW THE PLACE WHERE HISTORY WAS WRITTEN
Young Denizli Project is the best social responsibility project in Turkey which offer to students the possibility to learn history live.
In the 2nd day of the trip, members of Young Denizli visited the famous Trojan Horse Ancient City and Çimenlik Castle located in the center of the city. After visited Çimenlik Castle and the history museum located inside of the castle, students had also the opportunity to visit the Nusret Mayın Ship than they took the way back to Denizli.


OUR YOUNG PEOPLE HAVE TO KNOW HISTORY VERY WELL
Mayor Zolan, ''Due to this project we are sending you on the land where our ancestors gave their lives for Anatolian land. Canakkale is very valuable to us, is the land that has the highest level of spiritual values, is our motherland. Every year we are sending two thousands students to Çanakkale because we want them to understand how valuable is the history of our country. We don't want our children and young people to adopt the imaginary heroes seen on TV. We are carrying out different activities to teach our children about the real heroes of this country. The trips to Çanakkale, under the Young Denizli's Project is also one of these activities, "he said.