Karaada Turizm Gelişme Tasarımı, Türk Hamamı: Ön proje - Karaada Tourism Development Design, Turkish Bath: Preliminary project
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Title
Karaada Turizm Gelişme Tasarımı, Türk Hamamı: Ön proje - Karaada Tourism Development Design, Turkish Bath: Preliminary project
Creator
Mimar - Architect: Cengiz Bektaş
Description
Kent durum planı (Türk hamamı), kuzeydoğu görünüşü, güneydoğu görünüşü, kuzeybatı görünüşü, güneydoğu görünüşü, plan, kesit (Ölçek: 1/3000, 1/200) - Site plan of the town (Turkish bath), northeast elevation, southeast elevation, northwest elevation, southeast elevation, plan, section (Scale: 1/3000, 1/200)
Language
Turkish
Coverage
Bodrum, Muğla
Subject
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/196367
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Type
Format
42 - 59,4 cm, 62 - 47,5 cm, 41,7 - 59,5 cm, Aydınger kağıdı üzerine baskı - Print on tracing paper, Aydınger kağıdı üzerine siyah ve renkli mürekkep - Black and colored ink on tracing paper
Number of Scanned Documents
3
Identifier
TCBPKARD013
Rights
Open Access
Rights Holder
Cengiz Bektaş
Accrual Method
Donation

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