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Gülhane Park

Gülhane Park, İstanbul's Fatih district of Eminönü district, is a historic park. Alay Köşkü, Topkapi Palace and is located between the Sarayburnu.

Gülhane Park, during the Ottoman Empire it was the outer garden of Topkapı Palace and originally served as a Grove and in the rose garden. The first concrete step in the democratisation of the Turkish Tanzimat edict of 1839 Abdülmecit period November 3, combined the Mandar Pasha, the Ottoman Minister of Gülhane Park, read and therefore also known as Gülhane, Hatt-ı 1839 an. [1]

Istanbul şehremini operator Brynner (Thakur) arranged in a timely manner has been turned into a park in 1912 and opened to the public. The total area of 163 acres. At the park entrance on the right side of the İstanbul şehremini and mayors busts. From the middle of the Park two Avenue. This is the left and right rest areas, children's playground. Right next to the slope leading down towards the throat is twisted a lover Veyselheykeli, towards the end of the slope is at the top of the Romans left there are some Goths Column.

From Sirkeci railway line sarayburnu Park portion of the old main was attached to the park with a bridge over it. This part is subsequently left the park with the coastal road (1958). Sarayburnu is the first statue of Atatürk erected after the Republic on the part of (October 3, 1926). The statue, made by Australian architect Kripel. Atatürk, the first time in this park to the public in latin letters to the public on September 1, 1928. Atatürk's coffin sent to Ankara, İstanbul's Sarayburnu port section of the last ceremony of Gulhane Park was held on 19 November 1938. Coffin, top car by 12 general Zai hitting a barge to be taken to the docks was the destroyer Victory.