Historical Kula Houses

Kula, the 18th-century Ottoman architecture is one of the best preserved areas in Turkey. Kula houses reflect not only architectural style but also a general view of daily social life in Ottoman cities. Today, 1000 of 3000 historical buildings, including mosques, churches, fountains and famous mansions, are designated under Kula City Site and protected by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism in Kula Town. The Old City of Kula is located at the foot of the Kula Divlit cone lava flow. The extensive use of basalts (known locally as black stone) has profoundly influenced architectural styles.

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