Religious Structures in Gaziantep

Gaziantep has a rich abundance of religious architecture. Of the 178 original religious structures in the city, only 34 survive today. Although not grand in their design, these structures display architectural features to be found only in Gaziantep mosques. These mosques are built primarily of keymih stone having crown doors …

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Gaziantep

Gaziantep: the past and the future living together You can start your visit to the south east at the region’s fastest developing city, Gaziantep. The old name of the city was Aintab. This was later changed to Antep, becoming Gaziantep after the War of Independence, the city being honoured with …

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