Amasya's old belediye (town council) building was built in the late Ottoman era and has a lovely stone facade.
Sabuncuoğlu History of Medicine Museum
Built as a mental hospital in 1309 by Ilduş Hatun, wife of the İlkhanid Sultan Olcaytu, the Darüşşifa (or Bimarhane) may have been the...
Mustafa Bey Hamamı
Built in 1436, the Ottoman Mustafa Bey Hamamı is a suitably historic building to have a scrub-down in.
Amasya Şehir Derneği
Beloved by a suited-and-booted clientele, this restaurant has a menu of typical Turkish grills.The balcony is the place to be,...
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Gümüşlü Cami information
The Gümüşlü Cami (1326) is the earliest Ottoman mosque in Amasya, but has been rebuilt several times: in 1491 after an earthquake, in 1612 after a fire, and again in 1688. It was added to in 1903 and restored again in 1988.