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Gift Suggestions

It would be a shame to leave Gaziantep without something for those back at home, so here are some ideas for gifts that are identified with the city: copperware, items inlaid with mother-of-pearl, yemeni shoes and Antepişi embroidery. In the historic bazaars, you will find copper items with amazingly fine workmanship; many decorative items made with mother-of-pearl inlay including chests, coffee tables, chairs, and trays; silver jewellery; and many kinds of yemeni, which are comfortable and good for the feet.


Altınel Çeyiz Tel.: 342 231 34 47 Mütercim Asım Cd. Halep Pasajı No: 6 Şahinbey/GAZİANTEP

Egemen Tekstil Tel.: 342 218 06 47 Büyük Pasaj Kat: 2 No: 161 Şahinbey/GAZİANTEP

Eyüp Çeyiz Tel.: 342 218 09 10 Büyük Pasaj Kat: 2 No: 160 Şahinbey/GAZİANTEP

Gaziantep Kadın Çevre Kültür Kalkınma Koop. Tel.: 342 322 20 90 Sarıgüllük Mh. 30 Nolu Sk. No: 2 Şehitkamil/GAZİANTEP

İpek Çeyiz Tel.: 342 339 86 51 Sarıgüllük Mh. Kılıç Ali Cd. No: 2/A Şehitkamil/GAZİANTEP


Gümrük Hanı Hediyelik Eşya Satış Mağazası Karagöz Mh. Eski Gümrük Cd. Gümrük Han Şahinbey/GAZİANTEP

Gümüştekin Hediyelik Eşya Tel.: 342 323 11 58 Münifpaşa Mh. Korutürk Cd. No:188 Şehitkamil/GAZİANTEP

Günbeyi Turistik Bakır Tel.: 342 220 97 79 Uzun Çarşı No: 6 Şahinbey/GAZİANTEP

Hitit Bakır Galerisi Tel.: 532 737 80 54 Belediye Pasajı No: 6 Şahinbey/GAZİANTEP

Kervancıoğlu Bakırcılık Tel.: 342 231 22 60 Şekeroğlu Mh. No: 59 Şahinbey/GAZİANTEP

Osmanlı Bakır Tel.: 342 221 19 57 Eski Gümrük Cd. Lala Paşa Sk. No: 2/C Şahinbey/GAZİANTEP


Anadolu Turistik Tel.: 542 504 42 00  Şehit Yunus Emre Sk. No: 55 GAZİANTEP

Gümüştekin Antik Showroom Tel.: 342 323 11 58 Münifpaşa Mh. Korutürk Cd. No: 188 Şehitkamil/GAZİANTEP

Özhitit Sedefcilik Tel.: 542 784 33 91 Münifpaşa Mh. M. Paşa Cd. No: 21 Şehitkamil/GAZİANTEP

Öz Osmanlı Sedefcilik Tel.: 342 324 15 66 Dülükbaba Mh. Haleplioğlu Sk No: 94 Şehitkamil/GAZİANTEP

Sedefkar Sedef Tel.: 342 232 42 47 Şekeroğlu Mh. Alaüddevle Sk No: 2/C Şahinbey/GAZİANTEP


Osmanlı Yemeni Dünyası Tel.: 342 220 99 67 Şekeroğlu Mh. Kavaf Çarşısı No: 30 Şahinbey/GAZİANTEP

Yemenici Hayri Usta Tel.: 342 231 22 52 Şekeroğlu Mh. Kavaf Çarşısı No: 18 Şahinbey/GAZİANTEP


Akik Gümüş Tel.: 342 230 00 64 Atatürk Blv. No: 29/B Şahinbey/GAZİANTEP

Hacı Hasan Kuyumculuk Tel.: 342 231 44 64 2 Nolu Kemikli Bedesten Z11 Şahinbey/GAZİANTEP

Sedef Gümüş Tel.: 342 232 09 52 Atatürk Blv. Çınarlı Sk. No: 6/A Şahinbey/GAZİANTEP


Haleplininoğlu Mekki Tel.: 342 231 23 17 Mithat Enç Cd. No: 28A Şehitkamil/GAZİANTEP

Kübbüşah Kutnuculuk Tel.: 533 565 60 44 Eskisaray Cd. Zincirli Bedesten No: 8 Şahinbey/GAZİANTEP

Muhittin Eldemir Tel.: 342 231 53 71 Anadolu Hanı No: 5 Şahinbey/GAZİANTEP

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Yesemek Tour and Alternative

  • Çolaklar Stone Bridge
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    If you want to visit the ancient Roman bridge, head back towards the village of Yelliburun and as you pass the village of Şahmaran on your right, you will come to Çolaklar village. About 20 km from Yesemek Open Air Museum, and 1.5 km southeast of Çolaklar village, in an isolated spot in the middle of nowhere, lies a stone bridge, known as the Çolaklar Roman Stone Bridge. 

    The bridge, built over the Karasu brook, nowadays is only frequented by fishermen, shepherds and their flocks. On either side of the bridge there are the remains of a Roman road, also made from basalt stone. If you want to visit the bridge, the rocky terrain means you must be prepared to walk for about 500 m after you have parked your vehicle.

  • Muhammed Beledi Tomb
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    The tomb of Muhammed Beledi can be found on Beledi Hill in the neighbourhood of Sam. In the second half of the 15th century, Muhammed Beledi, hearing about Sheikh Sam, comes to visit him. It is said that following this meeting, a strong bond develops between the two. 

  • Menzil Inn
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    The recently restored Menzil Han is composed of two parts. Rough hewn limestone has been used on the exterior of the han.


  • Sof Plateau
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    Continuing on towards Nurdağı, 5 km after the village of Yeşilce, head left and 7 km after the village of Işıklı you will come to the Sofdağı Plateau.

    The highest peak of the Sofdağ mountains is called Kepekçi Hill, where the air is pure and rich in oxygen. The Sofdağı Mountains are the source of more than 20 freshwater courses, such as Gerdek Spring, Cennet Spring and Börek Spring.

  • Hurşit Ağa Mansion
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    One km to the west of Sakçagözü Waterfall lies Hurşit Ağa Mansion which recently suffered damage in a fire rendering it unfit for use. The building was used as military quarters during the War of Independence and as a refuge for the Ottoman soldiers during the First World War.

  • Nurdağı Castle
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    After heading west for approximately 4 km on the old Adana road, you will come to Nurdağı Castle in the district of Nurdağı.

    In the castle there are ornamental ponds, model animals, a children’s play area, and a traditional nomad tent decorated with wooden carvings and set up like an authentic wedding hall to demonstrate the local culture.

  • Fevzipaşa Train Station
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    Continuing on towards the district of İslahiye in a southwesterly direction, you will see on the right the historical Fevzipaşa Train Station which is used to shelter retired trains. 

    The building was constructed by German engineers as part of the Hicaz (Hejaz) Railroad Project.

  • Çerçil Castle
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    If you want to leave the prescribed route and visit one of the region’s alternative cultural treasures, we recommend a climb to Çerçil Castle.

    Heading away from the village of Yelliburun in a westerly direction for 10 km, you will arrive at Çerçil Castle, which is situated 600 m southwest of Çerçil village, and sits at the top of a natural hill. Some of the important findings from the castle are coloured ceramic pieces, showing that the settlement dates from the Middle Ages. The road that stretches from the İslahiye plains to the inner side of the Amanos mountains passes through the footslopes of the hill on which the castle sits. This suggests that the castle, for a period, held a position of strategic importance. If you want to see the castle ruins at the top, you should be prepared for an arduous climb of approximately one hour through dense shrubland.

  • Sheikh Sam Tomb
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    In the centre of the neighbourhood of Sam lies the tomb of Abdurrahman Erzincani, known as Sheikh Sam. It is said that Yavuz Sultan Selim stayed near the village of Sam on his way to the Egyptian campaign, and whilst there, met Sheikh Sam.

    Based on a dream he had, Sheikh Sam gave promises of victory in Egypt and sent Yavuz Sultan Selim on his way with blessings. On his return from the campaign, Yavuz awards the tithes received from the village of Sam to the sheikh and has a inn and mosque built in the village.

  • Erikçe Forest
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    If you choose the religious section of the tour which includes some of the region’s tombs and historical mosques, then continue on the old Adana road to the district of Sam, 14 km from the city centre