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Another capture from my last trip to Symirna on the Aegean coasts of Turkey.

Erdal Izgi, who was the mayor of Konak at the time and worked on the Kordon project with the late Izmir Metropolitan Mayor Ahmet Pirishtina, said in a statement on the subject that the work planted on The Cord and given a wish tree was given to the American painter, architect and he said it might have been inspired by the work of sculptor Alexander Calder.

The name of the work made of steel is 'Wishing Tree'. At that time, it was given the name and was named only as an accessory.
Not as much money was given as it was said. At the time, it was approved to be put for visual attraction at the suggestion of art history teacher Murat Katoglu.

The Wishing Tree was made by a young team for visual work, not sculpture. They may have been inspired, but they were never in the 'We created' claim.

Taken on the famous corniche along the sea, which is a quite preferred road for young and old and decorated with wanderfull artworks of contemporary artists of İzmir.

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