Hazeranlar Konağı

Mansion in 1865 on walls in Amasya Hatuniye neighborhood, Amasya Governor Ziya Pasha Treasurer Hasan Talat was built by master Hasan Talat's sister Lord for many years the Hazera the ladies due to live here, "Hazeranlar" in the name.
On the walls of the ancient times; basements filled with mud from a two-story mansion built as a wooden frame, as haremlik and men are still held in two parts.
Building one of the outstanding examples of traditional Ottoman residential architecture, the central sofa, the type of plan four porches, interior courtyard, it has enclosed the plan type.
Seaboard, located on the Yeşilırmak coastline, which has an important place among the 19th-century civil architecture structures, Hazeranlar mansion was expropriated in 1976 by the Ministry.
The restoration of the mansion began in 1979 and was completed in 1983. In 1984 he exhibited in the ethnographic works "Museum House" was opened as a service.
Elimination of ground problems caused by the earthquake in Hazeranlar Mansion and technological museum features the facility to order the new restoration work, Monuments and Museums General Directorate began in late 1998, practices with the support of the Revolving Fund of the Central Directorate, completed on June 12, 2001 Hazeranlar mansion with a new display layout "Museum House" was opened to visitors in again.
Holiday:
Toll museums are closed or half an hour before closing time.



Museum / Ruin Info Box
LocationHazeranlar Konağı- AMASYA
CityAMASYA
Entry Fee5 TL Entry Fee Table
Status
Visiting Hours
Summer Term09:00 - 19:00
Winter Term08:00 - 17:00
Services
Museum Pass Sale PointNo
Audio GuideNo
Museum StoreNo
KioskNo
CafeNo