Author(s): Fatih VAROL, Ali ULV?, Murat YAKAR
Cultural Heritage is an expression of a lifestyle that has been transmitted from generation to generation, including custom, object, artistic expression and values developed by a society. Today, there are cultural heritage values in many different areas such as archaeological remains, natural environment, books and documents. One of these is the Sazak bridge in the town of Ta?kent in Konya province. This bridge is one of the rare works that have survived under difficult conditions for centuries. This historical bridge has been measured with close range photogrammetric techniques and a 3D model has been created. Close range photogrammetry is widely used in many applications, such as documentation of historical and cultural heritage, three-dimensional modeling, visualization of threedimensional data, management of acquired data, and querying data by transferring it to geographical information systems (GIS). In this work, digital documentation and archiving of Sazak Bridge, one of the cultural heritage values of our country, was made. In addition, a ready-made data source is prepared for the future work to be done for this work, and the ground for lowering the working costs is prepared. With this technique, the way of transferring cultural heritage to future generations has opened up.