Bayburt University Rector Professor, who donated historical and cultural items to the Information House, which was recently put into service by Bayburt University in the Bâbertî Complex. Dr. A certificate of appreciation was given by Selçuk Coşkun.
Bayburt University, which has carried out many academic, scientific, cultural and social projects in order to reveal the historical and cultural characteristics of Bayburt and transfer them to future generations; With the “Information House” built in the Bâbertî Complex, it focuses on new studies that will contribute to the students and guests coming to the city to get to know the Bayburt culture closely. Within the scope of these works, many philanthropists donated historical and cultural items to the ‘Information House.
Bayburt University is aware that it is an important responsibility to protect the historical and cultural heritage of the city where it is located. It also carries out new works to exhibit and promote it in. Within the scope of these studies planned for the development of the Knowledge House, it will reflect the ancient culture of the city; Bayburt University Information House by those who want Zap, Cube, Sahan, Tecir, Fiske, Fennos, Buttermilk, Ehram loom, Jug, Sickle, Casserole, Teşi, Hetircek, Kelmah, Wool Tare, Ihram, Kilim and similar historical and cultural products to be kept alive. Rector Coşkun gave a certificate of appreciation to the donors.
Rector Coşkun, who had a short conversation with the people who donated the goods, during the presentation program held at the Bayburt University Information House; “To our Knowledge House, which we put into service in the Bâbertî Complex of our University in order to contribute to the development of our students and the promotion of our city; On behalf of myself and Bayburt University, I would like to express my gratitude and respect to all our charitable fellow citizens who donate historical and cultural products that reflect the ancient culture of our city. he said.