The whole city is full of red-roofed houses, which look very new, but they are actually left over from the Ottoman period. The locals still live and live in it. It is a very characteristic place. It is all walkable and you can walk around slowly.
Saffron City, an ancient city on the World Cultural Heritage Protection List under the morning sun, is really beautiful, with a temperature of minus four degrees, and you really need to pay attention to cold and warm. The houses here are especially tasteful and worth visiting!
Safranbolu: It is a town located in the central part of Anatolia, Turkey, about two hundred kilometers away from the capital Ankara. The hotel we stayed in has a history of 300 years, very old and all wood. The houses and buildings of the Ottoman period in the old city have been completely preserved, including private museums, mosques, cemeteries, historical fountains, Turkish baths, clock towers, sundials and hundreds of houses, which were listed in 1994 after renovation Included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Crocus City covers an area of about 1,000 square kilometers and is 485 meters above sea level. The name of the town comes from Crocus and the city state. Saffron City was the trading and planting center of saffron in the 17th century.
The red flowerpot was an important city during the Ottoman Empire in Turkey, and many Ottoman houses at that time have also been preserved here. Most of them are villas, surrounded by beautiful gardens and lawns. Nowadays, most of them have been converted into residences for the rich, but such a complex of buildings is also a beautiful scenery and a symbol of the history of Saffron City.
The Ottoman houses in Safranbolu are luxurious villas walking in the woods. Their architectural form has a distinct Ottoman style. The house is surrounded by trees, and there are small bridges and flowing water. The environment is very elegant. It belongs to some luxurious villas of the rich. You may wish to watch it from a distance.