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Title: New Architectural Formations on the Mandate-Era 181 Kurtuluş street in Antakya
Other Titles: الاشكال الهندسية الجديدة ايام الانتداب في شارع كوتلوش في انطاكية
Authors: Temiz, Mine
Keywords: Architectural Formations
Kurtulus Street
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: University of Balamand
Part of: Chronos
Issue: 13
Start page: 182
End page: 230
Roads are not only elements connecting urban functions to each other, but they also play a significant role in the formation of cities and in determining the character of the urban texture. Occasionally, the changes in cities result in a reformation of road textures, as is the case in grid city planning made up of lots formed between streets intersecting at right angles and at regular intervals, or in Ottoman cities designed spontaneously. Both can be observed in Antakya's urbanization processes.
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Type: Journal Article
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