‘Sinop Historical Prison’, one of Turkey’s most visited museums, is closed to visitors


Stating that it is at the disposal of the Ministry to reopen the historical site to visitors, albeit partially, while the restoration continues, Süren said, “In our meetings with contractors and consultants, this does not seem possible for now, since the work covers the entire field, but if our Ministry makes a decision again and gives an instruction to open it, it will be possible to meet the demands from the public. We can do a work on behalf of him, we can search for solutions,” he said.

Süren pointed out that they are working to bring other historical places to tourism in the city and added that they will offer alternative tourism destinations to the visitors this summer season.


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