On a visit to Diyarbakir you definitely cannot miss out on the must see places. The significance of these must see places are that they stand as a symbol for Diyarbakir. These places are what Diyarbakir is all about. These must see places in Diyarbakir will stay as cherishing memories of the city forever in your heart.
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Mardin Border, Diyarbakir, Turkey
12:01 am - 12:00 am
The City Walls surrounding Diyarbakir blend together medieval architecture and military structures. It is second longest man-made structure after the Great Wall of China. They are popularly regarded as the ‘Black Mountains’ owing to their mega size and thickness. They are located close to an extinct volcano and basalt has been used as c...
Mesopotamia is often referred to as the cradle of neo-civilization and the Diyarbakir Ulu Camii is an existing symbol of Anatolia’s rich heritage. Located in Turkey’s religious capital, the mosque is one of the oldest and slated as fifth holiest in Islam for worship.
Diyarbakir Ulu Camii was built by the Seljuk emperor, Malik-Shah in 10...
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Gazi Caddesi Dabanoğlu Mh., 21300 Diyarbakır, Turkey
08:00 am - 10:00 pm
Hasan Pasa Pani is a popular destination for foodies. Located just across the eastern entrance of The Grand Mosque, the place is a rustic Turkish inn built between 1572 and 1575. It has two barns under a massive structure of masonry which could accommodate 500 horses at one point of time.
Hasan Pasa Pani derives its name from the son of the third g...
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Gazi Cad. Buyuk Kervansaray Hotel No:77, Suriçi/Diyarbakir, Turkey
08:00 am - 09:00 pm
Bag your chance to sleep in one of the most renowned 16th century sites in Diyarbakir. Experience the height of Turkish luxury offered by Otel Büyük Kervansaray. The hotel scores big on amenities like restaurant, Hamm-am, plush swimming pool and the classical restaurant.
Otel Büyük Kervansaray was built by Khosrov Pasha in 1527 ...
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Gazi Caddesi Dabanoglu Mh., 21300 Diyarbakır, Turkey
08:00 am - 05:00 pm
Diyarbakir is home to some of the most exquisitely designed mosques and tombs in Mesopotamia. Dort Ayakli Minare is a unique mosque known for its free-standing minaret. Built by Sheikh Mutahhar, the Muhattar Camii mosque is built on four pillars resting on a monolithic.
Dort Ayakli Minare stands in the middle of the street rising on four slender pi...
The two-storey building, now turned into a museum was home to the elite poet Cahit Sitki Taranci. This Cultural Museum was built in 1810 over a side-street close to the Ulu Camii. Some locals suggest that the foundation of the building was laid in 1733. The black basal stone building is a reflection of Diyarbakir’s exquisite civic architectur...
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Mardin Border, Diyarbakir, Turkey
08:00 am - 06:00 pm
The city of Diyarbakir was an impenetrable fortress guarded by city walls and the Tigris River. Keci Burcu formed the vantage ground for the inhabitants who could keep a close watch on the enemies. The bastion is built on such a difficult terrain that only goats could climb to the top of the walls.
Located next to Mardin Gate, Keci Burcu forms the ...