Monument in İzmir receives two awards from England

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The Monument of Atatürk, His Mother and Women’s Rights Monument in İzmir’s Karşıyaka Square, which was renewed this year and reached a height of 41.7 meters, received two grand awards at the International Property Awards held in England.

Professor Tamer Başoğlu, who made the monument in 1972, received the award together with Karşıyaka Mayor Hüseyin Mutlu Akpınar with whom he carried out the renovation works. The monument is symbolic of İzmir and of women’s rights.

At a ceremony on Oct. 25 in London, Başoğlu and Akpınar were presented the two International Property Awards, which are the Best Multi-Purpose Area of Use in Europe and the Best Community Service.

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