Historical sacred places create and strengthen urban identity and memory as “memory carriers” with their social, ideological, belief-related, and physical characteristics that they have accumulated within the historical process. In this study, this relationship established between memory, sacredness and space is explained through Hacı Bayram District which located in ancient core also sacred hill of Ankara City. Thus, the Temple of Augustus, which dates back to the 2nd century BC, and the Mosque of Hacı Bayram, which built on the ruins of this temple in the 15th century were investigated their architectural characteristics together with their sacred values.
: 25 Nisan 2019
|APA||Turgut Gültekin, N , Canbolat, A . (2019). TO MAINTAIN THE HISTORICAL SACRED SPACES: ANKARA-HACI BAYRAM DISTRICT . Gazi University Journal of Science Part B: Art Humanities Design and Planning , 7 (2) , 257-267 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/gujsb/issue/46504/554226|