EVALUATION OF PARKS IN ÇANAKKALE CITY CENTER DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC PROCESS

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Open green spaces, , city center, neighborhood park, monitoring, sustainability

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This study was carried out in Çanakkale City Center between November 2020 and March 2021 to reveal the current status of public open green spaces and neighborhood parks in Çanakkale City Center during the Covid 19 pandemic process. It was examined in 7 neighborhoods and 15 public parks, in the city center on-site. The average open green space per capita in the neighborhoods of Çanakkale City Center was 11.54 m2. The amount of green space per capita in the neighborhoods varied. The neighborhood with the highest green area per capita is Fevzipaşa Neighborhood, and the neighborhood with the lowest per capita green area is Cevatpaşa Neighborhood. Esenler Neighborhood, which has the largest open green space, ranked second in the amount of green space per capita. The condition of the studied parks was found to be close to medium level. Among the parks, the Halk Bahçesi was found at the top. The general conditions of Rotary Park, Osnabrück Park and 500. Yıl Park were found to be poor. Although the playgrounds of the parks are in good condition, animal housing and toilets are poor. The deficiencies and inadequacies of warning signs, sports equipment and irrigation systems were mostly determined in the examined parks.

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2022-12-30

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KAHRAMAN, Özgür, TÜRKHAN, M. İlhan, & YILDIZ, H. (2022). EVALUATION OF PARKS IN ÇANAKKALE CITY CENTER DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC PROCESS. Uluslararası Peyzaj Mimarlığı Araştırmaları Dergisi (IJLAR) E-ISSN:2602-4322, 6(2), 22–31. Retrieved from https://ijlar.org/index.php/ijlar/article/view/499

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