Visit The Museum Complex
Visit The Museum Complex

The Şanlıurfa Museum complex is the largest in Turkey: it includesthe Şanlıurfa Archaeological Museum, the Haleplibahçe Mosaic Museum,the Arhaeopark, the escavations of the Roman Bath and Sakıp’s Mansion. Extensive rescue excavations were carried...

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Millet Bridge
Millet Bridge

It was construction on the Karakoyun (Dayşan) Stream to enable access to the Millet Hospital and this is the origin of its name. The actual construction date is not known for certain. Thi is a very important bridge for the history of Şanlıurfa...

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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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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 part for guests built of cut stone. It is a beautiful Urfa house with stone courtyard, pool and...

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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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Germus Church (Surp Asdvadzadzin)
Germus Church (Surp Asdvadzadzin)

Germüş Church is located in Dağeteği Village, which is about 10 km away from the centre. It is an Armenian church dating back to 19th Century. The church was built with stone and had two floors. Although it is highly neglected today, the church...

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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 Ayyubi period. There are ruins of Greek inscribed wall belonging to the early 5th century on the south...

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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 Hızanoğlu Mosque, which was repaired in 1729. Evliya Çelebi’s mentioning this bath in his Travel...

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Türkmen Mansion
Türkmen Mansion

Address: New District. 1272 Street. No:26/1 Eyyubiye / SANLIURFA Tel: 0 414 215 66 00 Fax: 0 414 215 66 00 E-mail: turkmenkonagi@gmail.com Web:http://www.turkmenkonagi.com/

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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, is located on Divanyolu Street. The woodwork in the door and window wings and the niches made up of...

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