Bayburt’s ancient culture is kept alive with ‘Knowledge House’



The ancient culture of Bayburt is kept alive with the 'Information House'

The Information House, built within the scope of the project implemented in the Baberti Complex of Bayburt University with the aim of preserving and maintaining the cultural structure of the city, contains objects reflecting the ancient culture of the city.

The history and cultural features of the city will be passed on to the next generation with the “Information House” established at Bayburt University. The Knowledge House, built in the Baberti Complex of Bayburt University with the support of the General Directorate of PTT, contains objects reflecting the ancient culture of the city.
Built within the scope of the project implemented to protect and preserve the cultural structure of the city, the building in the form of a Bayburt house, provided from the owners of the old places in the city, such as zap, cube, sahan, tecir, flick, fennos, churn, ihram bench, jug, sickle, casserole, etc. There are items used in daily life.
The place where the students of the Faculty of Art and Design, Department of Culinary and Tourism and Hotel Management will produce products by active use will also function as a museum with the historical and cultural objects it contains.
Bayburt University Rector Prof. Dr. In his statement, Selçuk Coşkun said that they are trying to explain the historical heritage of the city to students and academicians who come to Bayburt. Stating that the building built in the Baberti Complex is also important for them in this context, Coşkun said, “We are trying to explain the historical heritage of Bayburt to our students who come to our city, and also explain what the elements in Bayburt houses, mansions and mansions mean. We introduce the items used here.”
Emphasizing that with the project, students will learn the history and culture of the city not only by seeing it but by experiencing it, Coşkun said: “The students of the Faculty of Art and Design and the Tourism and Hotel Management Department of our Vocational School of Social Sciences will use the Information House together. For example, in the cooking program, students will be taught food in tandoor. Our Faculty of Design will show the students there, Bayburt products, Bayburt rugs, Soğanlı carpets and some artistic activities that housewives have done in the past. They will have introduced Bayburt rug, carpet and ehram there. Also, our students of the cookery department will learn how to make the flavors of Bayburt.
Coşkun stated that the Information House will serve as a museum that keeps the memory of the city and said, “Think of this place as a museum. People who will visit will see the history and culture of Bayburt here, they will live. We will train our university students here. I thank you, “he said.
Prof. Dr. Coşkun stated that the belongings in the Information House were donated by the owners of the old places in the city and thanked the donors.


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