Related Listing
  • The mansion, which is located in the village of Demirciler, bears all characteristics of traditional Ottoman-Turkish houses. The building was built in the Baghdad style with two floors and an internal anteroom. Wood, clay and stone were used in the ground floor of the building. The second floor comprises of rooms surrounding the anteroom. The main walls of the second floor protrude to the view from the corners. There are rectangular and spring-arched windows in the building. These windows have very fine pediments. The most interesting aspects of the mansion are, undoubtedly, its interior and exterior ornaments. It can be seen that alizarin-painted ornaments were widely used. There are also geometrical figures on some surfaces. The ornaments bear intensive influences of the Turkish Baroque Style and the color of green was used in the interior while kiln-reddish colors were preferred for the exterior. Particularly the exterior ornaments give the façade of the building a sense of movement while enriching the structure with aesthetic value.

  • No Records Found

    Sorry, no records were found. Please adjust your search criteria and try again.

    Google Map Not Loaded

    Sorry, unable to load Google Maps API.

  • Leave a Review

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *