Turkey's highest glass observation terrace set to open soon
ARTVIN, TurkeyJan 01, 2016 - 12:00 am GMT+3
Jan 01, 2016 12:00 am
Turkey's tallest glass observation terrace will be open to visitors in Hatila Valley National Park, one of the most important tourist hubs of Artvin. Nature lovers and photography enthusiasts, who heard that the construction of the observation terrace was finished, began traveling to the region to take photographs despite the cold weather. Erected on steep rocks at 220-meters tall, the glass observation terrace reaches 15 meters out from the rocks. The terrace is roughly seven meters long and wide. Hatila Valley National Park is expected to attract more tourists with the inauguration of the observation terrace. Photographer Buket Çelik, who paid a visit to the national park with her friends, said, "Turkey's biggest dam, biggest Atatürk statue and highest balanced cantilever bridge are all in Artvin. Now, Turkey's tallest glass observation terrace has been built in the city. We invite all nature lovers to Hatila Valley National Park, as it is a must-see place. We especially desire photographers to come here and take beautiful photographs of our city to promote Arvin to all of Turkey, as well as the world."