Gobeklitepe
Gobeklitepe

Göbeklitepe is located 20 km northeast of the city centreof Sanliurfa, in the easternmost part of Germüş mountain chain. Recorded for the first time by the archaeologists in 1964, the escavations started by the German archaeologist Klaus Schmidt...

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Tek Tek Mountains National Park
Tek Tek Mountains National Park

Tek Tek Mountains National Park: Tek Tek Mountains are the first National Park of the Southeastern Anatolia Region with their cultural, historical and archaeological features as well as flora, fauna richness. Many civilizations ruled in the...

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Yusuf Paşa Mosque
Yusuf Paşa Mosque

It was built by Vizier Yusuf Pasha with the Vizier Bath in the east of Yusuf Pasha Mosque. The date of 1121/1709 on the banister of the minbar shows the building date of the mosque. The mosque is located on Yusuf Pasha Neighborhood Sarayönü...

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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. Soğmatar consists of the words “matar”, which means “rain”, and “suk”, meaning “bazaar” in Arabic. It...

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Yildiz Square
Yildiz Square

It is a square where historical streets are opened to the east of Ulu Mosque. The square was named after the Yildiz Bath in the vicinity. Nakibzâde İbrahim Efendi Madrasah, Şeyh Bekir Mausoleum, Eyyubi Madrasah and Firuz Bey Fountain are located...

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Yorganci Street
Yorganci Street

Yorgancı Street which is one of the most beautifule examples of basalt stone-paved historical streets in Şanlıurfa, starts from Yıldız Square. After continuing to the north , it turns east and combines with Huseyin Pasha Street.

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Halfeti
Halfeti

According to the total population of the province of 2016 38 thousand 294. Birecik Barrage in the construction of the Euphrates River in the water center of a large part of the center has been flooded. The people of the district moved to...

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Şahapzade Bakır House
Şahapzade Bakır House

Şahapzade Bakır House is one of the best examples of traditional Urfa houses. It is understood from the inscription on its outer gate that it was built in 1674. Rich stone decorations on the facade walls of the spaces surrounding the courtyard...

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Sheikh Mesud Mausoleum
Sheikh Mesud Mausoleum

This structure, which is the oldest of the mausoleum in Şanlıurfa, is actually a madrasah that was built in the style of closed Seljuk madrasas with four iwans. In the lower room of the eastern iwan there is the tomb of Sheikh Mesud, and in the...

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Zincirli Street
Zincirli Street

Zincirli Street is one of the most beautiful historical Urfa streets. In the middle of the basalt parquet paved street, there are four bay windows on the north wall and a bay window sitting on stone consoles on the south wall which give a very...

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City Bus Terminal

Şanlıurfa is connected to neighbouring provinces with highway and two lanes roads. There are frequent bus services to many cities of Turkey, particularly to neighbouring cities such as Gaziantep, Diyarbakır, Adıyaman and Mardin. Bus services to...

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