The Ottoman-style Kurşunlu Camii (also called the Ahmet Paşa Camii after its founder) was completed in 1585 possibly following plans...
The monumental black-basalt walls of Kayseri castle were first constructed under the Roman emperor Gordian III and rebuilt by the...
This Seljuk theological school dates from 1268. Today its courtyard is a cafe with the surrounding rooms used as bookshops. Its richly...
Kale Rooftop Restaurant
On the top floor of the Hilton hotel, Kale Rooftop has terrace seating with views stretching across the historic core of the city and...
Elmacioğlu İskander Merkez
Bring on the calories. Skip the diet for the day and ascend the lift to the top-floor dining hall, with views over the citadel, to order...
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Ulu Cami information
Kayseri's Ulu Cami (grand mosque) was begun in 1142 by the Danışmend Turkish emirs and finished by the Seljuks in 1205. Despite all the 'restoration' over the centuries, it's still a good example of early Seljuk style.