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Title: Evaluation of Sille Settlement in the Context of Ecological Tourizm
Authors: Oktaç Beycan, Arife Deniz
Keywords: Rural development
ecological tourism
rural architecture
vernacular architecture
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Konya Technical University Faculty of Architecture and Design
Abstract: In our time people began to search for resting in historical, cultural and natural environments being other than coast, sea and urban tourism and they began to prefer different tourism activities. Tourism requests focusing on traditional settlements with cultural and natural values, have causes a sustainable tourism approach to come out.  Ecological tourism, which is one of the sustainable tourism types, is being used as a development tool by protecting the history, culture and nature.  Ecological tourism has the least impact on natural environment, ecological and cultural heritage while it contributes to the tourism area where it is applied by protecting values, providing local economical benefits and with the educational aspects it has. In the study it is being focused on making use of  Sille, which is newly opened to tourism as having natural, historical and cultural structure and bearing value with regards to alternative tourism, through ecological tourism. In the first part of the study ecological tourism has been defined. In the second part natural, cultural and architectural features of Sille have been explained and in the third part changes lived through in Sille with regards to sociocultural and architectural aspects have been mentioned. As the conclusion the particulars to be realized in Sille with regards to ecological tourism have been recommended in order to protect its values and to benefit from tourism while transfering these values to the future.
Description: iconarpID: 132
ISSN: 2147-9380
Appears in Collections:ICONARP - International Journal of Architecture and Planning
Mimarlık ve Tasarım Fakültesi Koleksiyonu

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