Author: Ali ULVİ, Abdurahman Yasin Yiğit, Murat Yakar
Publishing Date: 2019
Volume: 1 Issue: 1
Protection and documentation of cultural and historic heritages are very important issue in Turkey as it is important in the world. Lots of cultural and historic heritage are damaged because of indifference and natural effects. Determination and documentation of current situation of these heritages are important for conserving and the possible renewal works. Digital terrestrial photogrammetry is an important method in documentation of cultural and historical heritage. In this case, a photogrammetric surveying for documentation of the Roman Bridge of Silifke has been managed in Mersin province. The control points have been measured via GNSS device to prepare surveying project as a base for restoration studies and to create 3D point data and photomodel. 3D model of the ancient site has been generated by using PhotoScan programme.
Key Words: Historical artifacts, Photogrammetry Close-Range, photogrammetry Documentation, 3D Model