King Rock Graves – Amasya

King Rock Graves is 5 km (3 mile) far to Amasya centurum. At the bottom of the Amasya Castle, there are 5 rock-engraved king graves. They drag attention with their structures and positions. Aside from these graves, there are a total of 18 rock-engraved graves of various sizes in the valley. According to the famous…

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Buyuk Aga (Kapiagasi) Theological School – Amasya

Buyuk Aga (Kapiagasi) Theological School is 2 km (1 mile) far to Amasya centurum. Had been given the name by the citizens, Büyük Ağa Madrasah is situated in Şamlar district and was constructed in 1488 by Abdülmûinoğlu Hüseyin Ağa. The typical Asian and Seljuk’s octagonal architecture was before used for tombs and monuments. Therefore, it was…

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Hazeranlar Mansion (Ethnographical Museum) – Amasya

Hazeranlar Mansion (Ethnographical Museum) is 2 km (1 mile) far to Amasya centurum. This mansion is one of the most classy civil architecture examples of the Ottoman Empire period. This mansion was built by Defterdar Hasan Talat Efendi in the name of his sister Hazeran Hanim, in 1872. this beautiful mansion of Amasya is worth…

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Haliliye Theological School – Amasya

Haliliye Theological School is 2 km (1 mile) far to Amasya centurum. This building was built in Gumushacikoy County, by Governor Halil Pasa of Celebi Sultan Mehmed’s period, in 1413. Address:  Atatürk Caddesi – Amasya Phone: +90.358.218 45 13 Admission: Free

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Ferhat Water Channel – Amasya

Ferhat Water Channel is 5 km (3 mile) far to Amasya centurum. This channel was built in the age of Hellenistic and is about 75 cm wide and 18 km long. This channel was built according to a balance system and in some places tunnels were dig and walls were built for this channel. Address: …

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Bimarhane (Darussifa) – Amasya

Bimarhane (Darussifa) is 2 km (1 mile) far to Amasya centurum. The building, which is situated in Yakutiye districtof Amasya, has been known as an ancient hospital, although there are some sayings that it was also a madrasah. Amasya was occupied by Ilkhanids Emperor after the seperation of Anatolian Seljuks. In 1308-1309, Ilkhanids ruler Olcayto Mehmet…

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Aynali Cave (Rock Grave) – Amasya

Aynali Cave (Rock Grave) is 2 km (1 mile) far to Amasya centurum. This grave is about 3 km away from the city center and is one of the most decorated ones. In the East part of the vault section there is a depiction of Mother Mary, Jesus and Johannes, with 12 apostles, 6 on…

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Amasya Museum – Amasya

Amasya Museum is 2 km (1 mile) far to Amasya centurum. This museum is the most modern and rich museum of the region that serves our country. It has exhibitions of samples that belong to 11 different civilizations. There are almost 24000 samples like archeological samples and ethnographic samples, seals, coins, handwritings and mummies. The…

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Amasya (Harşena) Castle – Amasya

Amasya (Harşena) Castle is 2 km (1 mile) far to Amasya centurum. This castle is located at the North of the city and the Yesilirmak, on the straight rocks of the Harsane Mountain. There are four gates of the castle. There is a water well called Cilanbolu, a water reservoir and a prison inside the…

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Alpaslan Museum – Amasya

Alpaslan Museum is 2 km (1 mile) far to Amasya centurum. This museum is located in Tasova County, Alpaslan District. Ceramic, bronze and golden works that belong to Old Bronze, Hittite; Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine, Selcuklu and Ottoman periods are being displayed here and shed light on the culture and the civilizations that were present in…

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