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Bunkhouse - F No: 9179
Turkey

Dumlupınar, Turgut Özal Mahallesi’nde yer almaktadır. Tek katlı, beşik çatılı, Marsilya kiremit ile kaplıdır. Taş malzeme ile inşa edilmiştir. Aynı özelliklere sahip iki ayrı odaya açılan iki kapısı bulunmaktadır. Odaların tavan ve zemin döşemeleri ahşap kaplamalıdır. Yapı mimarî özelliklere bakıldığında Geç Osmanlı dönemine tarihlenmektedir.

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Uploaded: 24/08/2012
Updated: 27/08/2012
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