The knowledge of the Ottoman cultural heritage from Dobrogea was enriched in 2020 by researchers from several Romanian institutions and organizations, on the basis of information provided by unpublished maps of Turkish fortresses like those of Hârșova, Măcin and Isaccea. Field research led as well to the creation of a database and a map of the Ottoman cemeteries, extinct villages and fountains in Tulcea and Constanța counties.
The project “(Re)Mapping. The archaeology of maps” was undertaken by the Institute for Eco-Museum Researches “Gavrilă Simion”, together with the Museum of National History and Archeology Constanța, Pro Noviodunum Association and Eurocentrica Association between 19 July – 15 November 2020. It was is co-funded by the Administration of the National Cultural Fund (A.F.C.N.).
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