Hotel Dedeman Diyarbakir

ElazIg Caddesi, Yeni Belediye Saray? Yan?, Diyarbakir 21400, Turkey

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Hotel Dedeman Diyarbakir
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    Convenient, Modern Hotel

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    Hotel Dedeman Diyarbakir is nothing to write home about. It is just a modern tower with basic amenities for the frequent business traveller. We chose it because it was our first night in Turkey (and only one in Diyarbakir) and needed something certain and easy to find. Its location is very convenient, just north of the old city, about 5-10 minutes from Dağ Kapısı (Mountain Gate). The staff were very courteous and helpful. We never really spent a night here, because we arrived 12 hours late (!), around 8am for a booking the night before because of flight delays! We took a 3 hour morning nap, then went sightseeing in the afternoon.

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by dabuwan

The majority of Diyarbakir population is Kurdish and there have been a few troubles in the last decades due to the activity of some separatist groups and the repression by the Turkish government. When I visited, the presence of Military Police around town was noticeable.
I believe now the situation is pretty calm and Diyarbakir is an ideal place to learn a bit about kurdish culture and habits. ** UNDER CONSTRUCTION **

Diyarbakir

by globetrott

We had just a very short stay in Diyarbakir. This was the inner court of a mosque and I remember, that Diyarbakir seemed to be a place much different from most of the other turkish towns. The biggest part of the population are Kurds.

Medina

by seratonin

Go for a walk in the old town, inside the monumental city walls. Enjoy the Kebab and dont't forget to visit the mosques. They are relaxed places if the trouble in the streets is to crazy. And last but not least, you have to go up to the city wall to enjoy the great overview. Eating to much water melons

visit the walls and walk round...

by maykal

visit the walls and walk round the top of them. They are supposed to be the largest continuous walls after the Great Wall of China, but somehow I have my doubts. Anyway, they are impressive, and are nice to walk along, although parts of the walls are within a military area, so try not to accidentally wander in there! While walking round the top, we came across a fairground which had been set up to celebrate Eid al-Adha (sorry, I don't know the Turkish name, only the Arabic...please let me know!).

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Visit the...

by HANNES2000

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Visit the second largest wall in the world. The city wall of Diyarbakir is 5.5 km long, 12 m high and 5 m wide, has 72 towers and four very historical main gates (Harput Kapisi, Urfa Kapisi, Mardin Kapisi Yeni Kapisi).The gigantic wall surrounds the whole old part of city. It is in an exceptionally good condition. The Ulu Badan tower has a diameter of 25 M. In the east is the Byzantine fortress Ic Kale.
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Besuche die zweitgrößte Mauer der Welt. Die Stadtmauer von Diyarbakir ist 5,5 km lang, 12 m hoch und 5 m breit, hat 72 Türme und vier besonders geschichtliche Haupttore (Harput Kapisi, Urfa Kapisi, Mardin Kapisi, Yeni Kapisi). Die mächtige Mauer umgibt die gesamte Altstadt und ist in einem gut erhaltenen Zustand. Der Ulu Badan-Turm hat einen Durchmesser von 25 Meter. Im Osten befindet sich die byzantinische Festung Ic Kale.

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