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Abstract


About the Turkish Material and Cultural Heritage in Georgia
Turkish historical monuments (castles, mosques, tombstones gravestones, mausoleums, etc.) located in residential areas of Turks in Georgia are the sacred heritage that shows the Turkish presence in the region since ancient times to the present day. Being the center of Muslim emirate for 4 centuries, the capital of Georgia Tiflis remained under the rule of Turkish states for hundreds of years. Most of the buildings in old streets of the city are in eastern arcitectural style. Ram sculptures, inscriptions written in Arabic, tombs and other stone monuments in Chalabilar cemetery and in Dumanis tower, which is considered the world's most ancient settlement area, are examples of rich Turkish material culture in Borchali. Borchali-Karayazi monuments have also attracted the attention of authors of the first Russian-language press organ in Caucasus - “Tiflisskiye Vedomosti” newspaper. Their writings in introductory pages of this newspaper about monuments in Kesishdag in Karayazi plain, Red bridge (Broken Bridge) over the Kura River, Akchakala near the river Borchali and others are of special interest.

Keywords
Georgia, Turk, Cultural Heritage



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