[fyeg_gen-l] Call for Partner Organizations for "Trekking Way Project" in Turkey

Sevgi MUTLU sevgimutlu80 at gmail.com
Thu Apr 8 15:40:49 CEST 2010

*This is Huseyin Sari from Turkey. We are planning to make a long
trekking route in Turkey called Phrygian Way based on the roads that
Ancient Phrygian used in the region of Ankara-Eskisehir and Afyon city
of modern Turkey. It is going to be 400 km long and will be marked in
Grandee Randonne style.

We are looking for an interested European partner organizations to
collaborate in
this project. Below you can find the summary of the project:

In this project it is aimed to open and accordingly mark a walking
route based on the Ancient Phrygians used in the Phrygian Valley
bordered by Afyonkarahisar, Eskişehir and Kütahya cities in central
Anatolia in modern Turkey.  The route will be marked with the
internationally recognized road sign known as Grande Randonne style.
With this project the ancient roads, world cultural heritages, and the
natural beauties in the valley are conveniently seen by visitors and
hikers.  It is believed that the route will provide a comfortable trip
especially for visitors who want to explore the region by hiking or
camping and it will promote the valley's hidden values as well.

**We kindly ask you for your feedback until April 22, 2010 (Friday). **Please
let us know whether you
can participate as a partner organization in this project. Thank you very
much in advance.


*Please do not hesitate to contact me Project Contact Person, Hüseyin
Sarı (<sevgimutlu80 at gmail.com>
*hsari100 at gmail.com <sevgimutlu80 at gmail.com>*)  for any questions or details.

Doç. Dr. Hüseyin Sarı

Ankara Üniversitesi
Mühendislik Fakültesi
Fizik Mühendisliği Bölümü
06100 Tandogan-Ankara
e-posta: hsari100 at gmail.com
www:     http://huseyinsari.net.tr
Telefon:  0 536 295 3555
Faks:     0 (312) 212 7343
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