Tüfekçioğlu, Abdülhamit
January 2003
Ekev Academic Review;Winter2003, Vol. 7 Issue 14, p253
Academic Journal
This article contains an architectural essay about the art and cultural history of Gönen district belong to Balıkesir. Because of its thermals this area was under the power of Mysia, Lidya, Persia, Roma, Byzantium, Anatolian Seljuks, Karesi Beyliği and Ottomans. A lot of buildings belong to these states were destroyed because of earthquake and wars at last century. In this article, Isszz Han and Güvercinli Bridge are researched. Besides some inscriptions belong to other Turkish Islamic period remains are read and deciphered by an scientific method. In addition, Ottoman era tombstones are researched.


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