Excursions to the Far East and Black Sea Coast Sights

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Urfa (Şanlıurfa) 9

Diyarbakır 8

Mardin 7

Lake Van and Environs 7

Trabzon 7

Gaziantep 6

Midyat 4

Kars 4

Sinop 3

Hasankeyf 3

Sümela-Mereyemana 3

Mt. Nemrut and Environs 2

Doğubeyazıt and Mt. Ararat 2

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Ani 1

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Arkeoloji Müzesi

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The museum has exhibits covering 4,000 years of history, including findings from excavations in the Diyarbakır area, from stone-age...

Bazaar

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Diyarbakır's bazaar encompasses the half-dozen streets surrounding Ulu Cami; most stalls are shrines to wrought metal—gates, picks,...

Cahit Sıtkı Tarancı Müzesi

  • Museum/Gallery

Down a narrow alleyway north of the Ulu Cami in the old city, the Cahit Sıtkı Tarancı Müzesi is a historic home dating back to 1734...

City walls

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

The Romans left a strong mark on Diyarbakır—not only did they lay the foundations for its famous city walls, but they created the...

Dört Ayaklı Minare

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The old town's most recognizable monument is the Dört Ayaklı Minare (Four-Legged Minaret) of the Şeyh Mutahhar Mosque. The minaret...

Meryem Ana Kilisesi

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Diybarbakır was once home to a large Christian population—Armenians, Chaldeans, and Assyrians—and several churches remain in the...

Ulu Cami

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

In the center of the old city is the Ulu Cami, one of the oldest mosques in Anatolia. Though the present form dates from 1091, its colonnades...

İç Kale

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

The inner castle of Diyarbakır's old town is a circular fortress that once held the city's palace and other important buildings. Today...

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