19 March 2021
Gaziantep is not just a gastronomic city of natural beauty, historical buildings, a tourism paradise with museums and ancient cities … Culture Portal of Turkey, Gaziantep most beautiful places you want to see over after tasting the flavor was compiled for you.
Gaziantep Zeugma Mosaic Museum, art historians and archeologists also keen on history and culture of the pupil has a wealth alone could create a reason to visit Turkey. It is one of the largest mosaic museums in the world in terms of both the size of the building and the area covered by the exhibited mosaics.
Gaziantep War Museum, located within the borders of Şahinbey, was re-projected as the “Şahinbey National Struggle Museum” after the restoration. Gaziantep’s epic of resistance was brought to the visitors in all aspects, with effective presentation areas and an epic narrative that carries the spirit of this struggle. The museum, where Gaziantep’s epic of resistance is told in all its aspects, awaits its visitors.
Rumkale is on a hill covered with high rocks, where the Euphrates River and Merzimen Stream meet. Since Rumkale is located on a peninsula and the peninsula is disconnected from a ditch, transportation is made by boats from the town village 25 km away from Yavuzeli district of Gaziantep or Halfeti district of Şanlıurfa. Hz. It plays an important role in the history of Christianity because Yohannes, one of the apostles of Jesus, came to Rumkale and spread the Christianity here.
Gaziantep Castle is one of the most beautiful examples of the castle can survive in Turkey, with the necessary grandeur and majesty, is in the center of the city as well as the date on which hides a secret. The castle, which is on a hill at an altitude of 25-30 meters, is among the rare buildings of Gaziantep.
Generally known as Bakırcılar Çarşısı; However, Gaziantep Bakırcılar Çarşısı, which consists of a complex of bazaars where many handicraft craftsmen produce, offers us sections from another era with its wood-covered shops and stone-paved streets. In the bazaar, which was awarded the “Success Award” of the Historical Cities Union, copper work is done intensively.
Gümrük Inn is a two-storey inn with a single courtyard within the traditional Ottoman architecture. One of the 18 inns in Gaziantep, Gümrük Inn is located in the city and includes barn spaces as well as passenger accommodation. The building is in a position to be preferred by all people who will come for touristic and business trips due to its location in the old city center.
Gaziantep Hamam Museum, one of the most beautiful examples of Ottoman bath architecture and culture, served as the bath section of the kulliye built by Lala Mustafa Pasha. According to its foundation, it is understood that it was built in 1577. Its restoration was completed in 2015 and it was transformed into a museum where Gaziantep bath culture is kept alive.
The Museum of the History of Islamic Science meets its visitors with a museology approach that includes many firsts and innovations in the field of scientific activities, inventions and discoveries in the Islamic cultural geography. In the Islamic Science History Museum, where the role of Islamic civilization in science and technology is explained, you can go on a journey in history accompanied by many inventions and discoveries made by Muslim Scientists that have survived with minor changes.
Karkamış Ancient City is located near the town of Karkamış. The reliefs found as a result of the excavations, BC. It sheds light on the lifestyle, clothing and culture of the early millennia. Most of the Karkamış reliefs are exhibited in Ankara Anatolian Civilizations Museum and Gaziantep Archeology Museum today.
Sure Göğüş Kitchen Museum aims to promote the culture of Gaziantep cuisine, Gaziantep, which exposed the used tools and equipment kitchen and the almost forgotten that local food exhibition by visual Emin Göğüş Kitchen Museum, established in Turkey has the distinction of being the first kitchen museum.
Yesemek Open Air Museum and Sculpture Workshop is located 22 km from İslâhiye district. It is located in the southeast of Yesemek, on the ridges of Karatepe. The land consists of very fine porous basalt stones in violet-gray color, known as dolarite in the literature. Yesemek Open Air Museum; When the number of sculptors working in a huge workshop and atelier is evaluated, it also reveals the importance given to art by those who lived in these lands at that time.