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Lonely Planet review for Gazi Köşkü
About 1km south of the Mardin Kapısı, the Gazi Köşkü is a fine example of the sort of Diyarbakır house to which its wealthier citizens would retire in high summer. The house dates from the time of the 15th-century Akkoyunlu Turkoman dynasty and stands in a well-tended park. The caretaker will expect a tip for showing you around.
To get there, it's a pleasant, if rather isolated, downhill walk. Taxis charge TL15.
About 1km further south is the 11th-century On Gözlu Köprüsü (Ten-Eyed Bridge).