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Gölbaşı Holy Land

Gölbaşı Holy Land

4.3/54 Reviews
Temple
Open 24 hours (Local time)
M18***85
"The location of the park is very superior, the area is large, the greening is particularly good, the tickets are very favorable, the group purchase price is cheaper, the amusement facilities inside are improving, a very good choice"
Halil Ul Rahman Mosque

Halil Ul Rahman Mosque

5/51 Reviews
ta-iconbased on 100 reviews
Mosque
_We***22
"The Pool of Abraham : Balikli Göl in SanliurfaSanliurfa is one of my favorite cities in Turkey, even though I originally went there for one reason only.That was to see the pool of Abraham, known as Balikli Göl in Turkish. As a major landmark of the region, it is visited by many Turks as well as foreign tourists.Pool of AbrahamWhat is the Pool of Abraham aka Balikli Göl?This pool is believed by Muslims to be the place where Abraham was thrown into the fire by Nimrod. Abraham is mentioned in three major religions, Christianity, Islam and Judaism but in Islam, he is called Ibrahim.The pool is a special place for practicing Muslims because of the importance of Ibrahim. He was the same prophet who was prepared to sacrifice his son for Allah. The Fish of Balikli GölForget any thoughts about fishing because the carp fish are considered sacred. Due to their protected status, it is no surprise that reproduction now means there are hundreds of them in Balikli Göl and the nearby Ayn Zeliha Lake. The Fish of Balikli GölForget any thoughts about fishing because the carp fish are considered sacred. Due to their protected status, it is no surprise that reproduction now means there are hundreds of them in Balikli Göl and the nearby Ayn Zeliha Lake."
Rizvaniye Mosque

Rizvaniye Mosque

ta-iconbased on 69 reviews
Mosque
Izzet Pasa Cami

Izzet Pasa CamiNearby City

4.7/515 Reviews
Mosque
M48***13
"The Lzzet Pasha Mosque is an ancient mosque with a history of more than 500 years. The building of this mosque has an obvious Byzantine style. There is no tall onion head, a straight pencil-shaped minaret, and a hemispherical vault. Standing there quietly, telling his past history."
Surpagab Armenian Church/Surpagab Ermeni Kilisesi

Surpagab Armenian Church/Surpagab Ermeni KilisesiNearby City

4.6/55 Reviews
Church
138***98
"Pronounced as Keliseh Vank in Persian, Jolfa is actually a small town near the border between northwestern Iran and Armenia. When Abbas was in power, he moved tens of thousands of people from Jolfa who knew various skills to build the new capital of Isfahan. Armenians, and call the new relocation area Jolfa District. The Christian culture of the Apostolic Church in Armenia took root in Isfahan. They built many churches, the most beautiful of which is the main church of Fanke. The main church of Fanke is very interesting when viewed from the outside. A Christian church has an Islamic-style dome. This is the best example of the coexistence and co-prosperity of the two religions and cultures of the Safavid Dynasty. The interior of the church is also very beautiful, surrounded by various statues of Jesus, the Virgin and the story paintings of the Apostolic Church on Christian themes."
The Great Mosque of Diyarbakir

The Great Mosque of DiyarbakirNearby City

4.5/54 Reviews
Mosque
Open 24 hours (Local time)
高登老师
"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."
Great Mosque

Great MosqueNearby City

5/51 Reviews
ta-iconbased on 11 reviews
Mosque
王可爱超可爱
"It was devastated and was still being repaired when we went. It is recommended that the friends who go there prepare a strategy in advance to avoid being unable to visit."
Divrigi Great Mosque & Mental Hospital/Divrigi Ulu Cami ve Darussifa

Divrigi Great Mosque & Mental Hospital/Divrigi Ulu Cami ve DarussifaNearby City

4/53 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Mosque
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
Open from 8:00am-5:00pm (Local time)
淼淼0301
"If you like a quiet journey away from the hustle and bustle of the city, I recommend you to come to Divriyi Mosque. This is an Islamic building. Unlike other mosques, this building is very small, so its surroundings are also very quiet. This building has a very historical history. It has a long history and was built in 1228-1229. It is still great to visit here."
Deyrulzafaran Monastery

Deyrulzafaran MonasteryNearby City

4/51 Reviews
ta-iconbased on 673 reviews
Church
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"The monastery was built in 495 AD on the site of a former temple of the Sun."
St. Mary Syrian Orthodox Church

St. Mary Syrian Orthodox ChurchNearby City

4.5/52 Reviews
Church
M23***37
"So solemn and elegant, so many people come to sing"
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