Reflections of the Ottoman Architecture on the Balkan Countries: Examples of Romania- Bucharest, Yas, Constanta

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Show simple item record Başyiğit, Celalettin Akkaş, Ayşe Kartlı, Mutlu İrem 2015-12-09T10:35:11Z 2015-12-09T10:35:11Z 2013-05-23
dc.description.abstract In 1453, Ottoman that became the empire with the conquest of İstanbul, governed many countries for many years. At the centuries-long reign, Ottoman didn’t limited the boundaries not only with Anatolia but also it managed to rule over a large number of countries. .While it was creeating architecture of some countries, it brought innovations to some countries, too. Thus the architecture acted as a bridge from past to present and it provided culture transition. In these countries, a large number of structures which were for social, cultural, commercial, religious and educational were built with Ottoman architecture. Even rare of these structures survive today; somehow, architectural heritage of the Ottoman Empire was moved to the present day. Turkish structures in the Balkans form a part of Ottoman Turkish architecture in terms of plan, purpose of usage, facade and decoration. In the study, reflections of Ottoman architecture on the structures which take place in Bucharest, Constanta and Yaş the cities of Romania, which located within the boundaries of Ottoman and form the core with the unification of Wallachia and Moldavia, will be examined. The data obtained as a result of the study will bring out both the importance of the structure in the history of architecture with synthesis studies which are related with contrastive research of different structures in the same period and similar structures in different periods, and it will contribute to determine living standards of the ages and the degree of development. en_US
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dc.publisher 2nd International Balkans Conferance on Challenges of Civil Engineering en_US
dc.title Reflections of the Ottoman Architecture on the Balkan Countries: Examples of Romania- Bucharest, Yas, Constanta en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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