1. Located in the center of the old city of Diyarbakir, the most prosperous area in the whole journey;
2. It is said that this temple was first built in the 20th century BC, and its beliefs have changed from Zoroastrianism, Judaism, Catholicism, and Islam;
3. The mosque is not particularly large, it can accommodate about 5,000 people praying at the same time, but because Diyarbakir is the unofficial capital of the Kurds, this mosque has actually become the center of faith for the Kurdish people and is known as the "No. Five Holy Lands";
4. Free to visit.
Opposite the Grand Bazaar is the most famous mosque in the old town of Diyarbakir. Well, there are too few foreign tourists here. I am the only one holding a camera to take pictures.
One by one small arches form this ritual temple
There are lions and bulls on the entrance gate. The courtyard has arcades and a conical baptismal fountain.