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SİLİVRİ BELEDİYESİ – Tarihi Yapılar Birimi

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1858 Sonrası Cüce Sekban’ a (Seymen) göç men olarak gelen Bulgarlar, mahalleler kurarak burada bir kilise inşa ettiler. Yapı 1974-1975 tarihleri arasında yapılan bugün kü Seymen Cami yanında yer alır. Söylenen lere göre 1912 yılına kadar kilise olarak kalmıştır. Bir söylentiye göre de Cumhuriyet sonrasında kiliseden camiye çevrilmiş ve 1970’ lerin ortalarına kadar da cami olarak kullanılmıştır. “Eksarhia” Bulgarca hüküm dar vekili demektir. Kilise-Cami bir yangın geçirmiştir.

Copyright: Yildiray Saruhan
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 7998x3999
Taken: 15/05/2012
Uploaded: 15/05/2012
Updated: 29/03/2015


Tags: seymen kilise; seymen eksarhia bulgar kilisesi; seymen; seymen köyü; seymen church; church
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