Built in 1879-1881 by Mir Liva Sadık Pasha, with a saloon, basement plus three floors, the mansion was converted into an ethnography museum in 1997. At the entrance of the museum, there are photographs containing old images of Kastamonu on the ground floor. On the middle floor, which is used as a winter floor, there are wooden hand carving works reflecting Kastamonu handicrafts, weaving, saddle and harness, printing, shoemaking, tethering and coppersmiths. The upper floor, which is used as a summer floor, is arranged as a museum house and the rooms (bridal room, living room, daily rooms (women-men), guest room, head room) are revived.
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