The artifact exhibition of the General Directorate of Land Registry and Cadaster, where more than 300 works are displayed, has been opened for entry on the site

Providing information about the TKGM Virtual Museum, General Director of Altın Emlak and ITO Association member, Mustafa Hakan Özilmagikli, said, “I think it is a very important step in terms of presenting the history and history of the General Directorate of Land Registry and Cadastre, which is one of the most well-established institutions in our country with its 175-span history. General It is very important to ensure that these documents from the Ottoman and Republican eras, which are the basis of ownership, are passed on to future generations and handed down quickly and in a sanitary manner .

It contains thousands of valuable historical artifacts .

Referring to the presence of thousands of valuable historical artifacts belonging to the Seljuk, Ottoman and Republic of Turkey in the archives of the General Directorate of Land Registry and Cadastre, Ozelmakli said: “The documents in the archives of the Archives Department are not only related to Turkey but as built on these lands 24 countries after The collapse of the Ottoman Empire.The first real estate registry organization in our country was founded on May 21, 1847 under the name Defterhane-i Amire Kalemi and continued its mission under various names until the Republic.Its unofficial history dates back to the 1560s.It is of great importance that such a museum be established , which tells the history and history of such an institution, by default. I would like to thank everyone who contributed .”

There are many categories in the business fair

Noting that detailed information about dozens of works in 9 different halls can be obtained on the created page, Ozelmachekli said: “There are marble papers, notebooks, covers, special works, foundation certificates, togras, lighting, seals, ceremonies and map halls. It can be visited in the digital environment.Especially in the private business hall, there is the Hagia Sophia of Fatih Sultan Mehmet Han and the Bezm-i Alem Valide Sultan Foundation .


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