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Cultural Responsibility

Cultural Responsibility

Protecting cultural heritage and supporting cultural activities is a duty for everyone in society because culture is the sum of the roads that have walked together, the obstacles and the gains that the society has been overcome. In short, it is the values that have been filtered out of the common past of society. Culture is the cornerstone that makes us who we are today. It enables us to stand and look forward to the future with hope.

We know that there is our unshakable faith and commitment to the values of these lands behind all our successes. With this awareness, we support cultural projects and activities that contribute to social life in line with our mission and policies. We also serve many projects carried out by non-governmental organizations every year for the same purpose.

Restoration of Tekkeliler Konağı (Restoration of Tekkeliler Mansion)

From now on, the historic Tekkeliler Mansion, which has been restored within the scope of “project to bring Mudurnu to tourism”, will serve as a boutique hotel, cafe and restaurant. The Mansion has 9 rooms. There is an indoor restaurant for 100 people and an outdoor restaurant for 70 people. As Yıldız Entegre family, our commitment to preserving our past and keeping up with our values is once again manifested by this renewal work. As our great leader says: “A nation that does not know its past cannot guide its future.”

Vernadoc Regional Architectural Drawing Camp Sponsorship

The VERNADOC International Regional Architectural Documentation Camp, organized under the sponsorship of ICOMOS, between August 29 and September 10, 2016, was held in the Mudurnu District of Bolu after 13 countries in Asia and Europe.

The architectural drawings of Armutçular Mansion were prepared in Mudurnu, which is home to monumental examples of wooden architecture. The architectural drawings, which were measured and drawn by hand according to traditional methods, were exhibited to the local people at the seminar held at the end of the camp.

The drawing camp, which took place with a total of 24 participants from Turkey and abroad, has been instrumental in promoting the cultural heritage of our country worldwide by emphasizing the architectural richness of Turkey. At the end of the camp, which was held with international participation, a total of 22 drawings were realized by 21 designers.