Fatih Woodland TEMA Vehbi Koç Nature and Culture Center, today known as FATIH WOODLAND NATURE AND CULTURE CENTER a woodland and recreation area in Otağtepe in the Kavacık district of Beykoz in Istanbul. In 1995, after the site of 150,000 square meters was transferred to TEMA by the General Directorate of Highways, the land was cultivated and transformed into a recreational area with financial support from the Vehbi Koç Foundation. A total of 2,645 trees, 12,355 plants and 20,655 square meters of lawn were planted at the center, which opened in 2000. As well as infrastructure facilities, the park also contains a small lake, stone bridge, viewing terraces, footpaths, hedges, and benches. At the entrance to the center, one of the best open spaces from which to glimpse the Bosporus in Istanbul, there is a statue of Vehbi Koç, one of TEMA’s founding members. TEMA’s remit expired in 2011 and the site was returned to the General Directorate for Highways in 2013.