Religious Sites in Excursions to the Far East and Black Sea Coast

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Religious Sites in Excursions to the Far East and Black Sea Coast

Sights Overview
Name Category Location
 
Aya Sofya
Trabzon's best-known Byzantine monument is this well preserved...
Religious Sites Trabzon
 
Dört Ayaklı Minare
The old town's most recognizable monument is the Dört Ayaklı...
Religious Sites Diyarbakır
 
Er Rizk Mosque
Just below the citadel, on the way into town, is the Er Rizk...
Religious Sites Hasankeyf
 
Hazreti İbrahim Doğum Mağarası
Local legend has it that Abraham was born in the Hazreti İbrahim...
Religious Sites Şanlıurfa (Urfa)
 
Kasimiye Madrasa
Follow the signs a short distance west of the city center to...
Religious Sites Mardin
 
Kirklar Kilisesi
Mardin was once home to a large Christian community and several...
Religious Sites Mardin
 
Kümbet Cami
Located at the foot of the hill by Kars River, this was originally...
Religious Sites Kars
 
Meryem Ana Kilisesi
Diybarbakır was once home to a large Christian population—Armenians...
Religious Sites Diyarbakır
 
Monastery of the Mother of God
In the villages around Midyat are dozens of churches, many still...
Religious Sites Midyat
 
Monastery of the Virgin
Set in a dramatic valley and clinging to the side of a sheer...
Religious Sites Sümela/Mereyemana
 
Mor Barsaumo Church
With their numbers dwindling, Midyat's Assyrian community rotates...
Religious Sites Midyat
 
Mor Gabriel Monastery
Twenty-five kilometers (15½ miles) southeast of Midyat is the...
Religious Sites Midyat
 
Orthodox Dayrul Zafran
Just 10 km (6 miles) southeast of Mardin is the Syrian Orthodox...
Religious Sites Mardin
 
Ulu Cami
In the center of the old city is the Ulu Cami, one of the oldest...
Religious Sites Diyarbakır
 
Ulu Camii
Urfa's principal mosque was built in the 12th century by Nur...
Religious Sites Şanlıurfa (Urfa)
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