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Mehves Hanim Konagi 2
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Das Mehves Hanim Konagi ist eine etwa 150 bis 200 Jahre alte osmanische Villa. In seiner wechselvollen Geschichte wurde das Haus 1884 nach einem Brand wieder aufgebaut und 1930 renoviert. Später stand es 25 Jahre lang leer und verkam zur Ruine bis es 1997 an seine heutigen Besitzer verkauft wurde. Nach 3-jähriger Restaurierung wurde es zu einem kleinen stilvollen Hotel umgewandelt. Im historischen Zentrum der Kleinstadt Safranbolu ist es eine von ca. 2000 osmanischen Villen die der Grund dafür waren, dass Safranbolu von der UNESCO den Status eines Weltkulturerbes erhielt. Weitere Panoramen finden Sie unter www.derPanoramafotograf.com

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Hochgeladen: 22/09/2009
Aktualisiert: 29/05/2014
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Tags: unesco; world heritage; safranbolu; hotel; villa
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