Favorite thing: The way to the passages is full of secret ways and narrow with many secondary ways and paths, which gives you the right atmosphere in a typical great medieval Citadel
Favorite thing: The City is shown from here, all the separated parts and passages from one to another! the good thing of having the roofs destroyed is that you have the clear living map in front of your eyes :-)
Favorite thing: The yard is made for the King, he has his own section, with Bathes, Royal Bathes, and rest room, and Royal Hall, and of course the throne room, all the trip to his world begins from here!
Favorite thing: This is the roof closet for every student there is his place in the walls, slippers and books and some clothes a student used to keep in his place, then enter the Mosque and start the lesson
Favorite thing: Once you enter the mosque yard you will like it for sure, under those arches there are special places for the students who used to learn Koran to put their stuffs as a roof closet
Favorite thing: The Museum is inside the citadel, and is much folkloric one, it is located near the coliseum and the Mill, and the building in the past used to be an ottoman house
This way up to the Coliseum yard,
But it is supposed to be the canales where water of rains runs to gathered in the down room silos to keep the water!
Great engineering view from ancient times!
It is in the honor of the holly Kheder for Muslims which is St.George for Christians,
This monument is empty but it is like a virtual tomb to remind us of this great personality
Favorite thing: This is the door I've been talking about last tip; it is amazing a mixed of Iron and wood, and amalgam of different metals, with those nails on it like a defense movement and decorative too.
When you go right to enter the first step inside the gorgeous Citadel, please try to open the door, it is origin,
The magic will start to meet you from the very first time... :-)