Kebab shops, baked good producers, liver dealers and, obviously, baklava venders appear to be in an opposition to whet guests' hungers.
Strolling on the limited, wandering avenues of the city that covers its ragged out appearance with another face, makes one crave understanding a riddle well ordered.
Gaziantep, known as Doliche in the Antique Age, is one of the most established settlements on the planet, as indicated by various sources. The city that facilitated innumerable human advancements from Commagene to Byzantine has been under Turkish guideline since eleventh century. It got the "Gazi" (Veteran) title for the fight battled against foe occupation in the long periods of the Turkish War of Independence.
The Antep Castle, on the city's most astounding slope Kudret Rock, has saved its brilliance since the Hittites.The passage in the château that takes after the passageways of Roman amphitheaters, fight and perception patios offering a 360-degree city scene, the vestiges of mosques, and showers going back to the Ottoman time merit seeing. One must visit the Şahinbey neighborhood to watch the best precedents of nearby houses. High stone dividers of houses lined along thin rear ways were worked to shield occupants from the burning summer warm.
There is as much history underneath the city as there is above. There are burrows called "surrender" in the most seasoned houses. Specialists compare Gaziantep's underground to a huge subterranean insect settle.
Boulevards extending among kebab houses at each progression, baklava places and shops that offer materials and textures with neighborhood designs open to authentic Uzun (Long) Bazaar celebrated for its coppersmiths and flavor stores. It isn't hard to run over shops which offer the best assortment of Antep kebabs in the region. Ali Nazik kebab served on aubergine puree, şöbiyet baked good, keme mushrooms, küşleme (back meat of sheep) and some more.
After Uzun Bazaar, the mother of pearl workshops comes next in line. The Archeology Museum, where mosaics and archeological antiquities uncovered in Zeugma and close archeological destinations are shown, is one of Gaziantep's most energizing corners. Gaziantep is the city of old and rich mosques too.