Stone alterations in Zinciriye Madrasah
Keywords:Mardin, Zinciriye Madrasah, Stone Alteration, Types of Alteration, Traditional Stone Buildings
The durability of the stone used in traditional buildings is important in the survival of the buildings to the present day. Changes occur over time on the surface of the stone, which is faced with environmental and climatic effects. The causes, processes and solution proposals of these changes are important for the building to survive for a longer period of time. In this context, it is aimed to examine the alterations occurring in Zinciriye Madrasah. In this framework, the alterations on the facades of the building were determined and classified as physical, chemical, biological and anthropogenic alterations. The distributions and ratios of the alterations on the facades were analysed in order to provide a basis for repair projects.
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