Diyarbakır's most impressive mosque is the Ulu Cami, built in 1091 by a Seljuk sultan. Incorporating elements from an earlier Byzantine...
Cahit Sıtkı Tarancı Museum
The poet Cahit Sıtkı Tarancı (1910–56) was born in this two-storey black basalt house built in 1820 in a side street about 50m north of...
At the main intersection of Gazi and İzzet Paşa/İnönü Caddesis, is Nebi Camii, featuring a detached minaret sporting a stunning...
Hasan Paşa Hanı
Opposite the Ulu Cami, this restored 16th-century caravanserai is occupied by carpet shops and jewellers, and is perfect for a leisurely...
More expensive than the kahvaltı spots along Kıbrıs Caddesi, but worth it for the glorious ambience of the restored Hasan Paşa Hanı....
Gazi Caddesi · interesting places nearby
Çarşi Konağı information
This restored 450-year old house conceals a leafy courtyard and poignant reminders of its former Jewish owners. (Look for the carved Star of David in the wooden ceiling). Kebaps, grilled fish and salads are on offer, and you'll probably be invited for an extended çay session with friendly Diyar locals. It's popular with local women, so good for female travellers.