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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Double Cave
Double Cave

Nowadays, this authentic cave is a place where local food and drinks are served. It is located in the southern part of the cave where Prophet Ibrahim was born. It was named after the Double-Domed structure in the historic cemetery just above it...

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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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Narli House
Narli House

Narlı House which takes its name from the pomegranate trees in its garden, is one of the beautiful examples reflecting the traditional architecture of Şanlıurfa. This Urfa house has been restored by ŞURKAV and serves as a boutique hotel with 22...

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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. Today, local clothes and accessories are sold.

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