Ishak Pasha Palace: The most interesting place of Ağrı Province after Ağrı Mountain is Ishak Pasha Palace. This palace is a 116-room palace built on Sarp rocks along the old East Bayezid, about 5 km away from East Bayezid and resembling an eagle’s nest. There are mosques, baths, stables for horses, water and food storage.
It is one of the most beautiful examples of Turkish, Ottoman and Seljuk architecture. Seljuk style is dominant in the palace. In the world, it is the first building with heating, water and sewerage organization. The construction of this palace was initiated in 1685 by East Bayezid Sancak Bey Colak Abdi Pasha, and his son Çildır Governor Ishak Pasha and his son Mehmed Pasha completed it in 1784. The construction of this palace built on a 7600 square meter site lasted 99 years.
When the Russians occupied East Bayezid, they used it as headquarters and barracks and stolen their precious goods. The gate made of solid gold at 13×6.5 meters is in Moscow museum. They also deliberately destroyed the important parts of the building. The palace has survived a complete demolition of the last years. Eastern Bayezid Castle: It was built in the fourteenth century. It’s on the rocks. It is a calm that Timur Khan took with difficulty. Today it is completely ruined. 8 km south east of Bayezid. Blood Castle: It is located near Kalekulu village, 20 km southeast of Tutak. It is not known when and by whom. Today, only the basics remain. Toprakkale: It is in Toprakkale village, bound to Eleşkirt district. It is not known when the ruined state was built. The mosque in front of it was built in 1887.
Küpkıran Castle: It is 20 km away from the city center. Also known as Hanebegül Castle. It’s in a broken state. Havran Fortress: It is located near the dough and built during the last periods of the Seljuk State. It’s in a broken state. Diadin Castle: It is in the district of Diadin. There is very little left over from the day. Ahmed Khan’s Tomb: It is the wisdom of an Islamic grandmother who is known as the “Hani Baba”, the leader of Ishak Pashan. In addition to this kind of mosque, there are many tombs and graves belonging to the Prophet. Sayyid Abdurrahim bin Abdullah Arvasi, Sayyid Muhammed Emin, Seyyid Sheikh Baba (Sayyid Abdulaziz), Sayyid Ibrahim, Sayyid Muhammed, Sayyid Fehim, Sayyid Resul, Sayyide Hatice and Sayyide Flower are the most visited tombs. Seyyid Abdulkadir and Seyyide Hanim of the Lower East Bayezid are places visited.
Halidi Mabedi: On the Anzavur Hill in Patnos there are the ruins named Halidi Mabedi. Rock Tombs: These are graves in rocks around Taşlıçay. Underground Church: It is 20 km away from Tutak. Meteor Pit: A pit opened by a fallen meteor 90 years ago. The depth is 60 meters and the width is 25 meters. In terms of size, it is the world’s second largest meteor pit after Alaska. It is located between Gurbulak spout of Eastern Bayezid and Sarıçavuş village. Gushing Water: Near East Bayezid. The water springs to a height of 12 m from the ground. Lake of the Fish: A rock at an altitude of 2241 meters on the fly plateau of the East Bayezid. It has an area of 25 kilometers. Trout and carp fish fill. Taşlıçay is 40 kilometers. He goes on a boat. Sour Water: This water in East Bayezid facilitates digestion. It’s a laxative. Besides the sour water in Kızıldere village, Murad Su Icmeleri is also beneficial for health. Diadin Spas: Serpent Davud, Bridge and Tazekent spas have been used since thousands of years. The son of Akkoyunlu Beyi Uzun Hasan, Ziyaeddin Bey established the first facilities around these springs. This name was given because the bridges brought a natural bridge over the Murat River. It is rich in iron, sulfur, sulphate, calcium and bicarbonate. It is good for rheumatism, skin diseases and nephrite. The water temperature is 60-70 degrees. Other works: Meya (Günbuldu) Caves, Karlıca, Maiden’s Tower, Havran Castle, Old Kumbets and Urartu Palace remains in Patnos Höyük. Legends: There are many myths about Ağrı, a cultural bridge. “Kerem and Aslı”, which is the subject of stories, stories and poems dating from the depths of the present day, are the ones who have seen each other and fell in love with the “Keşiş Bahçesi” between East Bayezid and İshak Paşa Palace. “Kerem”, which can not reach “Aslı”, gets caught with an “Ah” pulled ash. The “Aslı” waiting for days at the beginning of this pheasant is swept up with an ashtray and the burning ashes mix with each other.
It is expressed in the “Torah” which is changed by the Jewish clerics that the ship of Nahu is descended to Mount Ararat (Ararat mountain). It is clearly stated that in the 44th verse of the Qur’an-i Kerimin Hud, which is validated by Allahu taala, the ship of Hazrat al-Nuh had descended to the “Cudi Mountain”. Despite this clear statement, it is not appropriate for this verse to say that the ship of Noah’s Prophet arrived another time. The location of Mount Cudi is controversial. Mosul, Al-Jazeera, Damascus, Nusaybin and Amid (Diyarbakir) have been called. There is no evidence as there are no mountains of Agri. There are other secret activities under the work of searching the ship of Hazrat al-Noah in Mount Ararat. The bad intentions of Christian imperialism and foreign Armenians are secret. As a matter of fact, six years after the taking of Hazret-i-Isa Allahu taala to the heaven of heaven, moral virtue, virtue, honor and chastity mother died Hazrat al-Meryem in Jerusalem. The Christian imperialism, who wants to show Anatolia as a Christian country, as it is in Mubarak Kabi Jerusalem and this issue is clearly stated in the Islamic sources (in his works), has made Ephesus a religious center, based on a woman’s dream. There is no connection between Ephesus and Hazret-i Meryem, and there is no interest between Mount Ararat and the ship that survived the Noah Tufanı. From Noah’s Tuff; From the Sumerian “Gilgamesh Epic” to the epics of the Hopi Indians in America, all ancient legends are mentioned.
The ancient Turks claim that the ship of Hazrat al-Nuh is in the Altay Mountains, in Uludag, in the Hindu Veda (in religious books), in the Himalayas, in the ancient Greeks in Parnassus, in the Assyrians Nizir Mountain, and in Christians and Jews in Ağrı Dağ. The Arabs, “Haris” to Mount Ararat; They would say “Croesus” to the little Agri mountain.