10 vibes for Malatya
Roman City Walls: The construction of the first walls started in the Titus Period. Constans I (363) continued the building and Justinian (532) finalized the construction
Zeynel Abidin Mausoleum: It is thought that the mausoleum belongs to Imam Zeynel Abidin, son of Hz. Huseyin. It is rumored that Imam Zeynel Abidin received his sacred relics from his father, Imam Hussein at Karbala.
Kernek Square and Canal of Malatya: The historical and natural beauties of Malatya.
Ethnography Museum: Ethnographic works of Malatya and its region are exhibited.
Malatya Archaeology Museum: The archaeological museum, where works from the Neolithic, Chalcolithic, Bronze Age, Hittite, Assyrian, Urartian, Roman, Byzantine, Seljuk and Ottoman periods are exhibited, is located in Kernek district.
Polat Sulu Cave: It is estimated that the cave has remained in its natural form since its formation and most of it has not been touched by human hands.
Arslantepe Open Air Museum: Arslantepe Open Air Museum, which was published on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Tentative List in 2014. Visitors can see the mudbrick palace, wall decorations and other remains in the excavation area. The finds, which are not preserved or displayed in Arslantepe, are exhibited in the Malatya Museum.
Tohma River Canyon: You can do activities such as rafting, trekking, photo safari and climbing are performed in the area.
Apricot: When it comes to Malatya, we said we should mention apricot, which is the first thing that comes to mind at the beginning of our list, because we will frequently come across this natural flavor in many of Malatya's famous flavors.
Coppersmith’s Bazaar: It is possible to find cauldrons, styles, sini, stones, benches (plates), pitchers and lamps in the bazaar. The guests who visit the Coppersmith's Bazaar can find items suitable for their taste and taste and experience the nostalgia towards the past at the same time.