Malatya is a rich city with natural beauty, spectacular artifacts, spas and fruit gardens. Most of the historical works are in ruins.
Grand Civil: Battalgâzi is in the county. In 1224 the first Alâeddîn Keykubâd was built by Mansur bin Yâkub. It is the first structure made in Anatolia. In 1903 and 1966 it was seen as a symbol. The door arch, the large dome and the carved stone carving motifs draw attention. It’s the only one. The wooden pulpit is located in Ankara Ethnography Museum.
Akminâre Câmii: It is beside the castle walls in Battalgâzi province and on the Derme River. It was built by Hikmet bin Zaim Yusuf in 1573. It is a typical Ottoman period with a single dome and a single minaret.
Abdüsselam Câmii: It is in Fethiye village of Yazıyhan district. It was built in 1566 by Mustafa Pasha bin Abdussalam. It is a single minaret and five domed paper.
Grand Cem: It is in Arapgir district. It is estimated to have been made in the fourteenth century. It’s Minaret. The ornaments in the glass crown door are very beautiful.
Câfer Paşa Câmii: It is in Osman Paşa Mahalles in Arapgir county. It is estimated to have been made in the fourteenth century. It was named after him in 1694 by Câfer Pasha. The wood puller processes are very beautiful.
Köprülü Mehmed Paşa Câmii: It is in the district of Hekimhan. It was built in 1661. It is a typical Ottoman décor with a single dome and minarets.
Şahabiyye-i Kübrâ Madrasah: It is located in the Battalgâzi district. It was built by Emir Şahabeddin Khidr in the fourteenth century. The right wing of the crown door, the mausoleum and the main wing could have come as far as the day.
Kırkgöz Bridge: Yazıhan is located on the Tahma Stream in the village of Sinanli in the province. 220 m long and 4 m wide. The most important feature of the bridge is that it is made by giving broken lines in the form of a straight line. It is not certain when it was made. This bridge is now under the Karakaya Dam Lake. Instead, a bridge has been constructed providing access to large railways and roads.
Sheikh Hamîd-i Velī Zâviyesi: It is in the district of Dârnde. It is on the coast of Tohma Brook. The structure, which was a precedent of the delegation, was later turned into a civilian and a tomb. There are tombs that are said to have been on Şahh Hamid-i Veli and his son Halil Tayyib. A mausoleum called Hamid-i Veli’s Kabri is also in Aksaray.
Antiquities: Hittite Palace, Aslantepe, BC It’s from the 13th century. The artifacts from Aslantepe are in the archaeological museums of Istanbul, Ankara and Malatya. Aslantepe is an archaeological center. The monastery built by Mansuroğlu Haci Mehmed, the church in Venk, caves at the end of İn, the inn remains on the old road, there is a mosaic pool decorated with deer shapes. Seven cultural layers were encountered.
Malatya Castle: It is located in the present Battalgâzi district. It was built by the Roman Emperor Titus. Danişmend Emiri Gâzi Taylı and Seljuk Sultan Sultanı Second Kilicarslan were appointed. There are 94 towers and burcu. It is surrounded by two walls of 20 m in height. Dârende (Zengibar), Doganehir and Arapkir are historical monuments.
Höyük: Câfer, Değirmendere, Imamoglu, Gelinciktepe and Fethiye mounds are found in ancient monuments. The four statues found in the Câferhöyük are considered to be the earliest artifacts. 7000 years ago. Nine thousand years these works are in the Malatya museum.
Malatya Archeology Museum: Works on the Neolithic, Old Bronze, Hittite, Roman and Seljuk periods are exhibited in excavations made in the museum area. There are ceramics and columns of Hittites, statues of Romans, Byzantine ceramics and Seljuk tiles.
Leo stones: near Dârnde. Two men are in the skirts of Yeniköy with stone statues.
Caves: Onar, Ansur (Buzluk village), in the village of the forest back. It belongs to prehistoric ages.
In Malatya, there are a lot of resources, tea, stream and fruit gardens where the people are popular as a place for rest and recreation. The main ones are:
Horata Subaşı: It is a resting place 5 km away from the city center. It is on the banks of a creek bed on the skirts of Beydağı. The surrounding area is covered with willow trees.
Gündüzbey Subaşı: It is a resting place which is the source of Derme Derince which is 18 km away from the city center. It is covered with willow and fruit trees.
Slide Pınarbaşı: It is a resting place which is the source of the slider tea. It is 70 km away from the city center. The source location is a small lake. The place is covered with poplar trees.
Takas Pınarbaşı: Slide It is a resting place near Pınarbaşı. It is a promise covered with poplar trees.
Tecde Bahçeleri: Near the city center is a very beautiful residence in the countryside. It is covered with poplar, willow and fruit trees. There was also a small dam lake here.
Drinking and coatings:
In Malatya there is little to drink and no spirits to try. Some of the sanitary water resources used by the local people are:
Lower Ispendere Province: It is in the village of Bulutlu which is connected to Çolaklı bucağ. This spa is 20 km away from the city center and has bathroom and accommodation facilities. Drinking cures are good for midae, liver, biliary tract and intestinal diseases and bathing cures for neuralgia, nephritis and skin diseases.
Rotten Mayden Suyu: It is in the Rotükan village connected to the center. Facilities are not available. It is good for liver, biliary tract and intestinal diseases by hyperendic mood disorders.