“Nemrut Caldera”, the world’s 2nd largest crater lake, was photographed from space

“Nemrut Caldera”, the world’s 2nd largest crater lake, was photographed from space

In the photo taken by Mogensen, Nemrut Crater Lake, Tatvan and Van Lake, which are visited by thousands of local and foreign tourists every year, were included in the same frame.

Bitlis Governorship and Tatvan District Governorate also shared Mogensen’s photo on their social media accounts with the note: “NASA astronauts photographed the ‘Heaven on Earth’ Nemrut Crater Lake, the world’s 2nd largest crater lake, from space.”

Tatvan District Governor Dr. Remzi Demir said that in the photo taken by NASA astronaut Andreas Mogensen from space, Nemrut Caldera, Nemrut Crater Lake, Tatvan and Lake Van are in the same frame.

Stating that it is pleasing for the region that the excellence award-winning “Nemrut Crater Lake” is published in the same photo as Van Lake, Demir said:

“Nemrut Caldera, which fascinates people with its natural beauty, is visited by thousands of local visitors and foreign tourists every year. The surroundings of Lake Van, our Tatvan district and Mount Nemrut have natural beauties worth seeing. In this sense, we invite everyone to see these natural beauties in our district. “We were also happy to see these beauties from space.” said.

Founding President of Van Lake Activists Association, Dr. Erdoğan Özel stated that the photo taken from space of Nemrut Caldera, which is in the process of joining the UNESCO Global Geopark Network, once again reveals that the region is a place worth seeing.

Noting that there is an important opinion that Nemrut Caldera should be included in the geopark network, Özel said, “If the region is included in the UNESCO Global Geopark Network, Bitlis and our region will be a world-known and preferred place in terms of tourism. Bitlis people and officials “It is a very important issue for our future that it supports the Nemrut Geopark Project. The magnificent photograph taken by NASA astronaut Andreas Mogensen includes Nemrut Crater Lake, Van Lake and Tatvan. It is a very beautiful photograph.” he said.

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