Journal of Current Research on Social Sciences (JoCReSS) - ISSN: 2547-9644

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Abstract


Two Samples of Bird Houses in the Late Ottoman Architecture: Ayazma and Selimiye Mosque

The bird houses that emerged as a result of the love of the birds of the Turks are not usually for big birds such as storks, pigeons, doves, but also for small birds in need of protection such as goldfinch, sparrows and swallows. The Ottoman period is quite rich for such buildings and its history dates back to ancient times. During the Ottoman period, not only mosques, but also madrasah, imaret, barracks, inns, tombs, libraries, bridges, schools and houses, such as the outside of the buildings on the outside of anyone can not be reached. Bird houses, bird lodge, sparrow palace is also known by such names. Bird houses built in many species, especially in the late Ottoman period, seem to be processed like jewellery. Ayazma and Selimiye Mosques are not only the buildings that contain the characteristics of the late period, but they are also referred to as bird houses built in palace form.



Keywords
Late Ottoman Architecture, baroque, bird house, Ayazma Mosque, Selimiye Mosque



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