Muhammed Said Fidan, Şekip Şadiye Yaşar, Mehmet Yaşar, Elif Alkan
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In many regions of our country there are architecturally important constructions. With its own unique natural surrounding and architecture, the Eastern Black Sea region shows differences from constructions in other regions. Also, local craftsmen and folk in the district constructed residences compatible with harsh geographical conditions and addition to those various architectural structures by detailing with their skill and knowledge. Those unique structures, which is constructed entirely with own resources of the region from building material to work force, also ecologically increased in value in the region. Due to this reason, Eastern Black Sea Region has an important place in both housing settlements and housing architecture arrangements regards to sustainability and ecology. Therefore, the evaluation of the material usage and construction system through examining the traditional Eastern Black Sea Region houses and by giving as detailed as possible information about traditional houses in Black Sea district, the investigation on current state of those houses will contribute to transfer to the next generations.

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