Today in History: 9 May 2004 Asia and Europe from the bottom of the Bosphorus


Today in History
At the 9 May 1883 Fourth Conference (Ottoman State, Austria, Serbia, Bulgaria) a decision was made to lay the connection lines within the borders of each country.
9 May 1896 The Akşehir-Ilgin Line (57 km) was opened and 31 was purchased by the government in December 1928.
9 May 1935 Atatürk expressed his gratitude for reaching the targets in the railway by saying hedef We have anchored the Mediterranean Sea to the Black Sea X.
9 May 2004 The foundation of the Marmaray Project, which will unite Asia and Europe from the bottom of the Bosphorus, will carry 150 thousand passengers an hour.
9 May 2009 100 disabled TCDD employee was sent off to Iskenderun as part of the Disabled Week activities.


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