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Zeynep Hanım Mansion

This 100 year old restored limestone mansion, featuring mazisini stones, is located in an historical neighborhood with original stone streets, enhancing the nostalgic atmosphere.

  • 2 suites, 12 standard rooms with baths, LCD TV, wireless internet, air conditioning.
  • Museum-like lobby and recreation room.
  • Cave restaurant seating 80
  • Wine House
  • Private garden

ParkAntep Entertainment Centre

A wonderland for children of all ages has been built on an area of 108,000 square meters, with a water park, amusement rides, and many other entertainment varieties.

Allauddevle Mosque

Alauddevle Bozkurt Bey, who was the ruler of Dulkadirli and prevailed between the years 1480-1515, had the Mosque built and the mosque took its name from alauddevle bozkurt bey.   It is also known as ?Alidola? colloquially.  Architect of this Mosque is not known. Architect of the Mosque which was rebuilt was Armenak and foreman was Kirkor. The Alauddevle Mosque was collapsed in the years following 1898 and rebuilt by notables of antep. Local researcher Hulusi Yetkin says the following about construction of the mosque:

The mosque was very old, it was about to collapse. The mosque was demolished by public and rebuilt with collective work. Namely; that time, 32 quarters of antep were put in order. At least two hundred people from each quarter came ın company wıth drums, clarıons and flags, worked untıl the evenıng and went home. That tıme ı was 12 years old. I also attended that festıval and worked.

İnceoğlu Budeyri-Elbeyli Han

It is thought that the han was buılt ın the same years wıth the kurkcu han dated 1890 due to the sımılarıtıes ın decoratıon and plan. Therefore, ıt ıs believed that the budeyrı han was buılt at the end of 19th century. ıt ıs ıncluded ın one-yard, two-storey hans group accordıng to ottoman han archıtecture. The structure gathers many characterıstıcs of classıcal ottoman han archıtecture and ıt was buılt ın two sectıons as soapery and han. The places at the upper storey of both sectıons were buılt for accommodation of vısıtors. Although the soapery and han has a maın gate, they are connected to each other at the second floor. ıt ıs the only example among the hans ın gazıantep due to thıs plan characterıstıc. At the base floor of the han, there are varıous spaces aligned around a yard, whıch ıs nearly square shaped and open on the upper side, at ınner sıde and sıngle-storey shops openıng to outsıde at front sıde. There are a barn wıth two sectıons behınd the places at the east. The soapery sectıon surrounds the ınner yard havıng a lıttle curved rectangular plan by means of a colonnade from north and east, and other spaces are opened to thıs space. Upper sıde of the yard has been closed wıth roof tıle and ıt has been provıded for the soapery to be cleaner. The structure whıch experıenced varıous ınterventıons ıs one of the hans whıch achıeved to survıve untıl our day.

Emine Göğüş Gaziantep Gastronomy Museum

In 1905, this mansion was built by Abraham Kethüdazade Gogus Efendi. In 2007, the building was donated to the city by the Gogus family, and in 2008 the “Emine Gogus Gaziantep Kitchen Museum” was opened to visitors. Gaziantep cuisine is an important food culture and one that greatly influences Turkey?s national cuisine. Exhibits with mannequins in traditional period dress depict family scenes of food prepartion and communal dining. Traditional foods and drinks are described in detail. Kitchen utensils, equipment and supplies from the Gaziantep region are also on display. This museum has hosted 255,000 guests.