The Hazeranlar Konağı, constructed in 1865 and restored in 1979, was built by Hasan Talat, the accountant of governor-poet Ziya Paşa,...
Baths of the Maidens Palace
Eylül Buğusa Avlu
It may have no view, but this shaded courtyard is a pleasant spot for a couple of beers and some light eats (snacks ₺5 to ₺8).
With a raised riverfront terrace this is one of the more popular cafe-restaurants in the old town. People tend to congregate here for...
Hatuniye Mahallesi information
Lonely Planet review
The Hatuniye Mahallesi is Amasya's wonderful neighbourhood of restored Ottoman houses, interspersed with good modern reproductions to make a harmonious whole.
The Hazeranlar Konağı , constructed in 1865 and restored in 1979, was built by Hasan Talat, the accountant of governor-poet Ziya Paşa, for his sister, Hazeran Hanım. The restored rooms are beautifully furnished in period style, with a refined feel to their chandeliers and carved wood. The Directorate of Fine Arts gallery in the basement has changing exhibitions.