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New perspectives to save cultural heritage
Altan, M. Orhan

CIPA 2003 XIX th International Symposium, 30 September - 04 October, 2003, Antalya, Turkey
Figure 1. Locating of study area
castle were restored via expropriation. Some of these assets are
used as recreation area for public use and the others are used as
hotel or office by non-governmental organizations. The study
area extends 600 metres along north-east and 150-200 metres
along east-west.
Figure 2. Locating of study area in large scale
6.1 Data Collection
In this study, transforming of historical real estates’ private
property to public property is aimed. To realize this purpose,
cadastral map, topographical map (created in 2000),
development plan and aerial photos (1970) of the area have
been collected from related institutions. These data were in
CAD format and so, they haven’t had topological structure.
Land registry data were in excel format.
Figure 3. (a) Construction situation of the study area,
(b) Existing cadastral situation Locating of study area
Firstly, three dimensional topographical map of the study area
created. This process realized after the construction of three
dimensional digital terrain model via contour. Then, castles
(Figure 4) and existing buildings (Figure 5) overlapped on this
surface. Thereby, general topographical situation of the study
area created. Graphical data displayed with ArcView software.
Figure 4. The study area overlapped on the three dimensional
surface (a view from south-west)
Figure 5. existing building pattern of the study area on the
three dimensional surface (a view from north-west).