Omer Bekir Bey House

Very deteriorated general condition, in danger of falling down and disappearing. It isn’t used to it’s true value and isn’t a part of the tourist circuit.
  • Historic architecture monument category B; code LMI CT-II-m-B-02871
  • Built at the end of the 19th century
  • Matei Corvin Street, no. 2, Murfatlar

Private home typical for the Turkish and Tatarian elite left in Dobrogea after 1878, the immobile constitutes a ground floor and it was built out of perishable local material (clay, wood). The verandah, sustained by wooden columns, is open and circles the house on three sides, a house that is covered in burnt clay tiles. The windows are narrow and appear to be used as decorative elements, rather than for functionality.

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