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Turkish Summer School Students in Kütahya

09.08.2017 551 Okunma Sayısı

The excursions organized as part of the Turkish Summer School, held by Yunus Emre Enstitüsü every year and participated by nearly 700 foreign students this year, continue.

Foreign students were sent to different cities under title "Rotam Turkey" and Eskişehir group visited Kütahya's historical and cultural places with the support of Eskişehir Osmangazi University (ESOGÜ) Turkish Instruction Application and Research Centre.

Kütahya Mayor Kamil Saraçoğlu hosted students from Jordan, Lebanon, Egypt, Algeria, Morocco, Macedonia, Georgia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Romania, Afghanistan and Albania in a restaurant owned by municipality in Çamlıca picnic area.

Saraçoğlu made a speech, expressing his joy in gathering with guest students.

Pointing to Kütahya's 7 thousand years of history, Saraçoğlu spoke as follows:

“Kütahya, a city that hosted many civilizations, is virtually an open air museum. It is crucial to visit and see such a historical and cultural city. We have abundant cultural resources. Kütahya is also the home town of famous traveller Evliya Çelebi. There are more than 400 historic mansions and over 1,600 registered works. We would like you to represent our city wherever you go. It is very important for us to gather with you. It is valuable for us to introduce the beauties here and for you to explain Turkey, and Kütahya wherever you go. "

ESOGÜ Turkish Language Instructor İsmail Alperen Biçer stated that they organize excursions and lectures in order to introduce Turkey and teach Turkish. Biçer said, "17 students from 11 countries came to our university. Together we visited Eskişehir and Bursa, and we are in Kütahya today. Our students have learnt Turkish in Yunus Emre Enstitüsü centres abroad. Students who study in different departments prefer to learn Turkish as a foreign language. Lectures and excursions will continue until August 14th. "

Afterwards, guest students visited Hekim Sinan Medicinal Plants Research Centre, historic Germiyan Street, Hungarian House and City History Museum.