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  • It is a mansion that belonged to Hafız Rüfltü Efendi, who attended the Ottoman Parliament as the deputy of İzmit. Hafız Rüfltü Efendi was called Portakal Hafız (the Orange Hafız) due to his round face and the mansion was also named after him. The building contains many characteristics of the 19th century Turkish resident architecture and it has two floors made of stone. The mansion was arranged with an anteroom in the middle and rooms surrounding it. The rectangular windows of the building reflect the traditional structure of houses in İzmit. French journalist-author Claud Farrare stayed in Portakal Haf›z Mansion when he came to see Mustafa Kemal in 1922.

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