Cincikli Bath

Cincikli Bath

It is not known when this bath, which has no inscription, was built. It is estimated that it might have been built on the same dates with the...

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Deyr Yakup Monastery

Deyr Yakup Monastery

Deyr Yakup (Yakup Monastery), 10 km from the center. away, on the south of the mountains. Although it is known as Nemrud’s Throne among the...

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Haci Hafiz Ahmet Balak House

Haci Hafiz Ahmet Balak House

This building, which is one of the best examples of the traditional residential architecture of Şanlıurfa with its haremlik and selamlık section...

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Harran Gate

Harran Gate

It is on the city walls on the south side of the city. The southern front belongs to the Byzantine period and the northern front belongs to the...

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Haşimiye Square

Haşimiye Square

The most famous historical square is Haşimiye Square. It is located in the centre of an area commonly known as Downtown Bazaar, at the end of...

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Huseyniye Bazaars

Huseyniye Bazaars

This bazaar was built in 1807 by Hüseyin Pasha, son of Hartavizade Hafız Muhammed Selim Efendi. There are fifteen shops in each of the bazaars and...

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Karaçizmeliler House

Karaçizmeliler House

It is a historical house consisting of three separate buildings that are women’s quarter (haremlik), men’s quarter (selamlık) and the...

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Kazaz Bazaar

Kazaz Bazaar

It is adjacent to the south of Gümrük Inn. It is estimated that it was built by Behram Pasha along with the Gümrük Inn which was built in 1562...

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Sakip’s Mansion

Sakip’s Mansion

The mansion, currently serving as a leisure centre of the Şanlıurfa Metropolitan Municipality, was built by Sakıp Efendi, a renewed poet from...

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Soğmatar

Soğmatar

When you head 18 km north of City of Suayb, you arrive at Soğmatar. It is 57 km away from Harran. Current name of Soğmatar is Yağmurlu Village...

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