Places to visit

Nemrut Dağı

Nemrut Mountain

Mount Nemrut is a mountain located in the Adıyaman district of Turkey and has a height of 2150. Mount Nemrut is actually not completely located in Adıyaman, a part of Mount Nemrut is located in Malatya. It has an atmosphere that fascinates not only people in our country but also people from many parts of the world with its...

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Malatya Yemekleri

Malatya Dishes Guide, What are the Famous and Local Dishes of Malatya, What are their Names 2022

You will be really surprised with Malatya Dishes. We have prepared a short but delicious article for you about Malatya's Famous Dishes and Malatya Local Dishes and their names. Malatya is one of the most important cities with its many flavors other than apricots and has many beauties waiting to be discovered. It offers the opportunity to spend a unique time...

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Malatya Orduzu

Where is Malatya Orduzu? What can you do in Malatya Orduzu Pınarbaşı? 2022

Malatya Orduzu is one of the recreation areas where green and blue intersect. Malatya Orduzu Pınarbaşı is located on the Elazig-Malatya highway. The Recreation Area is located within the borders of the Battalgazi district of Malatya. Located in the recreation area, the lake is a kind of set lake and was formed by the accumulation of spring waters. Malatya Orduzu has...

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Malatya Gezilecek Yerler

Where are Malatya Places to Visit, Malatya Center Places to Visit List of Names, July 2022 Current List

Recently, we have been getting a lot of questions from our guests about Places to Visit in Malatya. For this reason, we have compiled the subject of Places to Visit in Malatya. We have prepared both a list of places to visit in Malatya Merkez and we have reviewed this list under separate headings on our blog. Malatya Places to Visit...

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Tohma Kanyonu ve Kudret Havuzu

Tohma Canyon and Pool of Power

The Kudret Pool is a natural pool formed by water with a summer-winter temperature of 22 C, coming from between the rocks. From a bird's eye view, it can be thought that this is a tropical island. However, this beauty belongs to the little-known eastern lands of our country and is a paradise offered to us by nature. It...

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Taşhoron Kilisesi

Tashoron Church

It is one of the must-see places when it comes to Malatya. Taşhoron church is located in Yeşilyurt district. The church was built by Armenians and Assyrians. The church is made entirely of stone. This place was established on an area of ​​1335 square meters. Today, the Tashoron church continues to be restored. Ongoing restoration work started in 2013. History The...

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silahtar-mustafa-pasa-kervansarayi

Silahtar Mustafa Pasha Caravanserai

The Silahtar Mustafa Pasha Caravanserai, which was founded in 1637 and has preserved its historical structure, is one of the unique beauties of Malatya. IV. The Silahtar Mustafa Pasha Caravanserai, which was built by Murat's gunsmith Mustafa Pasha, stands out with its feature of being a very important place. This caravanserai, located on the side of the roads leading to...

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Atatürk Evi

Ataturk House

Malatya should be at the top of your travel program with its history, nature, and geographical features. They record it in their memories as a holiday that local and foreign tourists are very satisfied with, from accommodation to eating and drinking. Atatürk House is a magnificent building made of cut stone as one of the 19th-century buildings. He came to...

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Malatya Müzesi

Malatya Museum

Malatya, the 28th most populous city in Turkey, is a province located between the Mesopotamia region, where the oldest and most advanced civilizations were born, and Central Anatolia. Malatya is also of great geopolitical importance due to the intersection of historical caravan routes and being located in the most strategic part of the upper Euphrates river. Historical artifacts unearthed during...

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Battalgazi Ulu Camii

Battalgazi Grand Mosque

Battalgazi Ulu Mosque is a historical mosque in Malatya's Battalgazi district, also known as Old Malatya. The history of this mosque, which is a favorite haunt of tourists, is definitely worth visiting and seeing. History Battalgazi Great Mosque was built by the Anatolian Seljuk Sultan Alaaddin Keykubat I in 1224. Its architects are known as Yakup bin Ebubekir el-Malati and Mansur...

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