Karayolları Umum Müdürlüğü'ne Boğaziçi Köprüsü projesi sunmuş olan Dyckerhoff und Widman şirketinin tasarımının incelenmesi için Mimarlar Odası'ndan iki adet mimar tayin edilmesi hakkında dilekçe - Petition from the Chamber of Architects to appoint two architects to examine the design of Dyckerhoff und Widman, which submitted the Bosphorus Bridge project to the General Directorate of Highways
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Karayolları Umum Müdürlüğü'ne Boğaziçi Köprüsü projesi sunmuş olan Dyckerhoff und Widman şirketinin tasarımının incelenmesi için Mimarlar Odası'ndan iki adet mimar tayin edilmesi hakkında dilekçe - Petition from the Chamber of Architects to appoint two architects to examine the design of Dyckerhoff und Widman, which submitted the Bosphorus Bridge project to the General Directorate of Highways
Issue Date
1959-11-03
Language
Turkish
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SALT Research
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https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/210555
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Kağıt üzerine mürekkep - Ink on paper
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1
Identifier
TNEDOC047
Rights
Open Access
Rights Holder
Nejat Eldem
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Nejat Eldem'in izniyle - Courtesy of Nejat Eldem

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