15 places to go in Kayseri

Hacı Kılıç Mosque

Hacı Kılıç Mosque

Hacı Kılıç Mosque and medrese on the Station Street were built in 1249-50 in the reign of İzzeddin Keykavus. The right hand side of the building is the medrese and the left hand side is the mosque.
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Seraceddin Madrasa

Seraceddin Madrasa

The madrasah, which is located in the center of Kayseri and in the south-east of the Hunat Mosque, is also known as "Küçük Hunat". It is a single-storey building with an open courtyard, three iwans, built on a rectangular seating area extending in the north-south direction. The building, which remains below the road level, has been almost completely renovated with the restoration made in 1974 by the General Directorate of Foundations.
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Talas American College

Talas American College

It was built in 889 by Americans to spread missionary. Since the first quarter of the 19th century in our country, missionary activity has been carried out through schools and hospitals.
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Emir Erdoğmuş Mausoleum

Emir Erdoğmuş Mausoleum

It was built adjacent to the Seyyid Burhaneddin Tomb and just south of the Seyyid Burhaneddin Tomb. This tomb is also called Tatarhaniler Tomb. In the inscription on the entrance door of Emir Erdoğmuş Mausoleum, which is also passed through the Seyyid Burhaneddin Mausoleum; It is written as “This is the martyrdom of Emir Erdoğmuş H. 749 (1348)”.
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Erdemli Church

Erdemli Church

Churches, tunnels and animal feeding stables in the Yeşilhisar district of Kayseri, belonging to the first spread of Christianity, fascinate the visitors. Churches, tunnels, defense and lighting windows and animal feeding stables in the district of Erdemli in the district belonging to the first spreading period of Christianity admire its visitors.
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Mount Erciyes

Mount Erciyes

Erciyes Mountain is the symbol of Kayseri with its summit that pierces the clouds, the snow that is not missing from its top and the utmost that offers divine feelings to people.
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Kayseri Castle and its Walls

Kayseri Castle and its Walls

The castle and its walls, which were built in the 3rd century during the Roman period and made narrow in the 6th century during the Byzantine period, were rebuilt during Alaeddin Keykubat the first’reign. They were repaired twice in the period of Karamanoğulları and Osmanoğulları Dynasties. The castle ant its walls consit of two parts, one of which is the iner castle existing today and the other is the outer which has stil some ruins.
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Kayseri Clock Tower

Kayseri Clock Tower

Clock Tower, as a result of an order of building a clock tower and a muvakkithane in each city published by Sultan Abdulhamit II, the tower was built during the time of Seyit İbrahim Efendi, the deputy mayor. The building is now st the centre of republic square (1906)
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Seyyid Burhaneddin Tomb

Seyyid Burhaneddin Tomb

Seyyid Burhaneddin tomb, which has been surrounded by a grave yard sice the 13th century and has the Emir Erdopmuş Tomb near it was repaired several times and rebuilt in 1890.
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Hatuniye Madrasa

Hatuniye Madrasa

It was built by Nasıreddin Mehmed, one of the Dulkadiroğulları, in 1432 at a time when Kayseri frequently changed hands between the principalities and the Ottomans. The building is designed as a single storey, open courtyard and two iwans. At the corners of the crown gate, located in the middle of the southwestern facade, there are milkweed with lotus leaf caps.
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Bürüngüz Mosque

Bürüngüz Mosque

The mosque, which is located at a point dominating the Republic Square, reflects the classical Ottoman architectural style with its large dome cover, glass workmanship and dome decoration.
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Kapuzbaşı Waterfall

Kapuzbaşı Waterfall

You can take Yahyalı buses which leave from the west gar and after getting off at Sultan Sazlığı (Ovaçiftliği Köyü) you can walk 2 km to the guest houses.
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Kıranardı Urban Forest

Kıranardı Urban Forest

Offering insatiable Erciyes and city views day and night on the hot summer days of Kayseri, Kıranardı Urban Forest is in the direction of hisarcık and it is possible to photograph both Erciyes and Hisarcık and see the distant plan view of Kayseri.
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Germir Panaya Church

Germir Panaya Church

Germir (Kermira) was founded as a result of the population movement during the Celali Rebellions during the turbulent period of the Ottoman Empire approximately between 1590-1620 (Grisword, 1981: 338-339) The first inhabitants of the village came from the surrounding areas and settled in this sheltered, small valley. what happened is the Christian Armenians who are engaged in leatherwork;
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Zeynel Abidin Tomb

Zeynel Abidin Tomb

The reason for the arrival of Zeynel Abidin Holiness in Kayseri; Zeynel Abidin Holiness was born in Madinah in 1349. Zeynel Abidin Holiness, who acquired financial and moral education from the scientists in Madinah, came to Anatolia in 1397, finally came to Anatolia, where many of his hometowns traveled for his people, in order for his father Ahmet Şemsettin Efendi to die.
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You can start visiting a beautiful and ancient city like Kayseri from these places.

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