The Culture Center, built in Visoko city of Bosnia and Herzegovina by Altındağ Municipality, was inaugurated. The opening ceremony was attended by Mayor of Altındağ Dr. Veysel Tiryaki, Mayor of Visoko Amra Babic, Sarajevo Ambassador of Turkey Cihad Erginay and also representatives of other public institutions and NGOs.
In the ceremony Dr. Veysel Tiryaki said, “We have signed a sister city protocol with Visoko city of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and carried out many projects cooperatively. Upon the request of our President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, we have given a huge culture center to Visoko as a present, and this center will serve as an important bridge between Altındağ and Visoko.”
On the other hand, in her speech, Mayor of Visoko stated the importance of the culture center for the city and added, “This center is a multi-functional building, and provides many options. There are library, museum, and congress center inside it. Today I am so glad for attending the opening ceremony of this facility.”
There are conference hall for 500 people, 2 cinema halls, 5 training classes, exhibition halls, library and museum in this 3-floor facility, which has been built in the best area of Visoko. One floor of Altındağ Visoko Culture Center is totally organized as a war museum. In the museum, there are equipments used in war, sanitary materials and bullet residues in addition to the photographs of the martyrs.