From the Ottoman Empire, the titles and cadastral records and maps of the “treasure” of the Turks will be exhibited in the “Land Registry and Map Museum” which will be the first in Turkey and in the world and planned to be opened in 2018. The commission established for the “Land Registry, Cadastre and Map Museum” by the General Directorate of Land Registry and Cadastre under the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization started to work to determine the works. Zeynel Abidin Turkoglu, Director General of the General Directorate of Land Registry and Cadastre, gave information about museum studies. Türkoğlu reminded that the General Directorate of Land Registry Cadastre is a 170 year institution and that the records of the deeds from the period of Orhan Gazi were found in the archives.
Zeynel Abidin Turkoglu explains that the museum will be designed to be a “living space” where people can go through all the days and that new digital techniques such as “virtual reality”, “interactive walls”, “hologram applications” Recorded. In addition, Turkoglu, who plans to create workshops on restoration and line drawing, used in Ottoman documents in museums where there will be educational areas for children and young people, continued as follows: “We will teach how to create a title deed to people in museum.“ he said.