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This bridge is located on the Diyarbakir–Batman road. It is approximately 7 km from the city center. This bridge was built by Artukoğulları in 1147. It is not possible to reach here today because a new bridge was built. There are human, animal and sun motifs in the niches on the bridge. But it still stands in its former glory.
If you want to know more about this place, you may be interested: Malabadi Bridge, Diyarbakir
Imam Abdullah Shrine
This tomb is located on the hill on the left at the entrance of the Hasankeyf Bridge. It is the tomb of Imam Abdullah, who fought heroically and was martyred during the siege of Hasankeyf. Imam Abdullah Hz. He is the son of Caferi Tayyar, son of Muhammad’s uncle. Imam Abdullah is highly respected in the region. This tomb is visited and prayed by the local people.
Zeynel Bey Tomb
This tomb is located in Hasankeyf district. The tomb is the tomb of the son of Akkoyunlu ruler Uzun Hasan. Zeynel Bey died in the battle of Otlukbeli in 1243. After the war, Uzun Hasan had a tomb built for his son. The difference of this tomb from other tombs is that it is made of stone on brick.
Mor Kiryakus Monastery
Our district center is located in Ayranci Village of Besiri. This monastery is the oldest Christian structure with 365 rooms. It was built in 457. It was opened as a University by Christians in the 2nd century. This temple, which was later opened as a belief center, has served Christians for many years. He served the local people until 1940. He trained educators here and was appointed to churches in different regions. After 1940, when there was no one left in the city with Christian faith, it was left to its own fate. . The destruction of years is read on his face. It has been recently restored. It was later converted into a museum. Many works of the Christian faith are exhibited here. It almost defies history with its 200-pound bell.
Located in Besiri District, this bridge serves as a historical bridge. It has served the local people for many years and has managed to write its name in history. There is not much information about the facade of Memikhan Bridge and when it was built. However, it is architecturally similar to the Malabadi Bridge built in the same region. Therefore, it is thought that it was made by the same people.