Are You Ready to See Gaziantep?
First of all, we would like to briefly mention Gaziantep. The city, whose population exceeded 2 million as of 2017, is the first city of the Southeastern Anatolia Region in terms of industry and development. In addition, it is known that people have lived in Gaziantep, which has a very rich history, since the Paleolithic period. There are historical ruins in every inch of the city, which is home to many civilizations such as Babylonians, Hittites, Egyptians, Assyrians and Persians. That's why Gaziantep is a real historical treasure with its cultural heritage. These important historical rotations, almost all of which are very close to Deva Hospital, will offer you the opportunity to easily meet the Gaziantep culture during your treatment. Our team is ready to guide you in this regard too!
- Gaziantep Zeugma Mosaic Museum is a very important and popular museum for visitors of all ages who are interested in history and culture as well as art historians and archaeologists. The museum has an artistic richness and diversity that can be a reason alone to visit Turkey.
- It is known as one of the largest mosaic museums in the world in terms of both the size of the building and the area covered by the mosaics on display.
- One of the most important mosaic works in the museum; A special technique was used to activate the gaze of the gypsy girl. The fact that he reflects the joy and sadness on his face at the same time shows the point reached in the art of portraiture. The work was made with the technique expressed as "three-quarter gaze" in Hellenistic Period painting. This technique was also used by great artists in the art of painting. Leonardo Da Vinci's Mona Lisa painting is an example of a work done in this technique. Due to these features, the work has become the symbol of Zeugma and Gaziantep.
Gaziantep Archeology Museum
Gaziantep Archeology Museum
• The museum pledges a historical journey from the Lower Paleolithic Period to the present. In the museum, seals, stone artifacts, jewellery, sculptures made of limestone, grave steles and a family burial chamber from the Roman Period are exhibited.
• It is possible to see the 500-year-old coppersmith art closely in the Coppersmiths' Bazaar, whose history dates back to the 19th century. There are also shops in other areas in the bazaar. The sound of copper masters working throughout the bazaar will not be erased from your ears and will be one of the impressive moments of your Gaziantep trip.
• Gaziantep Castle is one of the best examples of surviving castles in Turkey. With its majesty and secret history, the castle is in the city center, on the southern side of the Alleben Stream, on a hill that can be seen at an altitude of approximately 25-30 meters.
•The castle has an irregular circular shape with a diameter of approximately 100 meters and a circumference of 1200 meters. There are 12 towers on the castle bodies. Gaziantep Castle awaits its visitors with all its splendor.
• Bedestens, which used to be narrow and covered buildings, still maintain their importance in Gaziantep. If you want to browse the things unique to Antep and buy spices and ornaments, you can visit Zincirli Bedesten, Hüseyin Pasha Bedesten or Boned Bedesten.