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Turkije | Restauratie en cultuur

Turkije | Restauratie en cultuur

Zet je in voor een groepsproject in Turkije. Dit project vindt plaats van 6 t/m 20 augustus en biedt ruimte aan 14 deelnemers in de leeftijd van 18 t/m 31 jaar. Als vrijwilliger zal je werkzaamheden gaan uitvoeren gericht op restauratie.

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Niksar, which is on the UNESCO-World Heritage Tentative List, was the capital of the Danishmend Dynasty in 12th. and 13. centuries. In niksar there are madrasas, lodges, mosques, administrative structures, baths and memorial tombs belonging to this period. Volunteers will work to preserve and promote these artifacts from the period of the Danishmend Dynasty. They will renew the information signs for visitors of Niksara, clean the environment and help with the landscaping of the protected works. In addition, volunteers will conduct digital media studies to promote world heritage sites locally, nationally and internationally.

Accommodatie en maaltijden

The volunteers will stay at the Niksar Municipality guest house. They will be served their breakfasts, lunchs and dinners in the dining room of the guesthouse. During trips outside Niksar, lunches will be prepared as lunch boxs. Meals will be prepared by the shef in the guesthouse, and volunteers will alternately help to prepare meals, wash dishes and clean the area where meals are eaten.

Locatie en vrije tijd

Niksar, one of the important centers of the ancient period, Danishmend Dynasty and Seljuk period, where nature, culture and historical wealth mingled, was established on the slopes to the northwest of niksar plain, where the Kelkit Valley expanded. Niksar is included on the UNESCO World Heritage Tentative (preliminary) list with its cultural heritage witnessing the early period of Anatolian Turkish civilization. Niksar, the capital of Danishmend, one of the most important Turkish States of Anatolia, has madrasas, lodges, mosques, administrative structures, baths and monumental tombs that bear witness to the 12th and 13th centuries. This heritage owned by Niksar and its surroundings is bear the Anatolian-Turkish Civilization’s and within a broader framework, Islamic Civilization’s testimony of the scientific, social and economic developments. Yağıbasan Madrasa in the city is the first madrasa in Anatolia besides the fact that the education given here has continued its effect on Anatolian soil for centuries. Until the last period of the Ottomans the manuscripts of the professors who research or teach in this madrasa were used and the students of the professors trained in this madrasa have been taught science all over Anatolia. The Lodges, mosques and palaces owned by niksar are give information about how social and urban building is managed, how resettlement is conducted and how are the settlements is conducted during the settlement of Oğuz tribes in Anatolia. Niksar's legacy is also important in terms of showing that the meeting the social needs of Danishmend's newly resettled families and having all the structures that enable these new families to participate in social life as part of the society and revealing how fast administrative and social structures work.


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Niksar Heritage




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Aantal vrijwilligers

14 (7 mannen en 7 vrouwen)


18 t/m 31 jaar


Sustainable Development Goal


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2. Bevesting

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Turkije | Restauratie en cultuur