Saadabad Pact



Saqa Nefars: A Historical Wooden Structure in the Vernacular Architecture of Iran
Pirzad, Ahmad; Suberamanian, Kumaran; Kakoueı, Mahshid (Middle East Technical University, Faculty of Architecture, 2016-6-1)
The vernacular buildings in Mazandaran, one of the northern states of Iran, which are called Saqa Nefar, can be construed as religious structures that are the outcome of the evolvement of construction techniques over thousands of years. Saqa Nefars optimised the use of materials, and were designed in accordance with the climatic considerations, the requisites of Shi'a Islam, and the cultural heritage of the people who live in this region. In this study, the type of traditional wooden buildings used as relig...
Ziyaret and Practical Spirituality
Jassal, Smita Tewari (Macmillan/Palgrave Press, London , 2019-02-01)
Safranbolu a conservation and development model using photogrammetric techniques.
Kangal, Uğur; Department of City Planning (1975)
Garzan oil recovery by wag immiscible CO2 flooding
Shagan, Abdulmajid; Okandan, Ender; Department of Petroleum Engineering (1992)
Mardin youth center as a model for sustainable development
Şahin, Ertan Kerem; Şen, Mustafa; Department of Sociology (2008)
This study aims to provide an analysis of the evolving social development process of the underdeveloped region of Southeastern Anatolia, highlighting the significance of the concept of “sustainable development” in regards to regional development strategies and the local project of the GAP Administration in Mardin. It also provides a theoretical background with reference to the modernization theory that discourages the development of some regions. This analysis, based on document studies and data gathered fr...
Citation Formats
T. Ünlü Bilgiç, Saadabad Pact. 2019, p. 1090.