SHADE OF GREEN
A town that stands out with its architecture, archeology, geographical attraction, biological diversity, culture of democracy and human profile… As they say, “Brotherly, Freely, Yeşilce…” A journey from the history of Yeşilce, where enlightenment and respect for the ecosystem have turned into a culture of life, from the early years of the Republic to the expectations. . From ancient inscriptions to royal tombs, from castles to natural formations, a geography surrounded by many historical and natural beauties is trying to stand up with the Village-City Project. A layered narrative ranging from district democracy conventions to being declared a tourism zone, from the closure of institutions such as municipalities, schools, dormitories, health centers, and post offices to a new rural development and ecological tourism move… While the documentary Tone of the Green deals with Yeşilce and Yeşilyurt, located in the Mesudiye district, in historical and sociological contexts and with a hopeful future expectation, it approaches the subject of rural development through ecological tourism in Turkey through a miniature town ready with its nature, cultural heritage and resources and focuses on the background. He evaluates the transformations Turkey has gone through.
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