About 650,000 people call Diyarbakir in Diyarbakir home.
Diyarbakir is situated 420 miles (676 kilometers) east of Ankara, the national capital, and approximately 360 miles (579 kilometers) southwest of Tbilisi.
Kosuyolu Park is among the most loved public green spaces around the city. It is a tranquil space where families, students, office workers and the elderly gather to take time out from a busy world.
Among the remnants of bygone times in this city is a bridge called the Dicle Bridge. Wander across the bridge, enjoy the scenery and take some pics.
In Diyarbakir be sure to investigate a few engaging cultural centers and museums, such as the Cahit Sitka Taranci House Cultural Museum, where you can browse local collections. Savor the quiet atmosphere, ask the staff about the historical themes, pick up a souvenir at the gift shop or just explore the lovingly crafted exhibits.
Diyarbakir’s major sights sometimes overshadow the city’s less renowned, but equally interesting spots such as the Great Mosque of Diyarbakir.