Tunceli is a charming city embraced by natural and historical beauties. Winter sports are Switzerland of Eastern Anatolia with animals available for hunting every season, cold and clear waters and waterfalls in the valleys. Despite these countless possibilities, there are no facilities for tourism infrastructure. Tourism has never developed because of the lack of organization and transportation difficulties. His major works are:
Old Cem: It was built in the city of Çemişgezek in Seljuk time. Stone workmanship is very beautiful.
Yalmaniye Câmii: It was built by Tâceddin Yalman in the time of Tîmur Khan, in the town of Çemişgezek. Construction history is not certain. Subsequent repairs and inserts are obvious. Only the main entrance gate could safely protect its original structure. It is the transitional period between the Seljuks and the Ottoman mîmârisi. Oymatas on the window, which is called by precious-stone by the people, is a priceless artifact.
Elti Hatun Câmii: It was made in 1252 in the town of Mazgirt in the name of Elti Hatun. It is usually a simple medium. The book was destroyed when the electrical system was towed. It is estimated that the stones around the fortress are the mausoleum of war. There is also a cup built in the name of Elti Hatun.
Baysungur Câmii: It is located on the edge of the castle in the town of Pertek. It was built in 1572 by Pertek Beyi Baysungur. The stone door and mihrab’s stone workmanship is very beautiful. Also known as Upper Câmi.
Çelebi Ali Câmii: It was built in 1570 in Pertek district. Cut and rubble the stone. There is a fountain with an eyvan on the west wall of the Almighty, and a minada beside it. It is a single domed paper.
Survival: It is in the village of Sağman in the district of Pertek. It is estimated that in 1555 the Seljuks were built by Keyhüsrev Bey son Sâlih Bey. It’s a single dome.
Old artifacts: Vineyard Castle: Mazgirt is located in the village of Faraç. He is from the Assyrians. There is a nail-writing column. Pertek Castle: It is on a rocky hill in Pertek. The Seljuks have made it, the Ottomans have made it. The castle, conquered by Hâlid bin Walid, was registered in Hijri 19 and the Karakus statue on the top of the door was removed and replaced with an Arabic insignia. The castle was built by the Ottomans after the Seljuks. Red hard bricks were placed between the chipped stone on the southern side of the river, and marble chines were placed between them. There is a cistern and a building in the castle. To the south of the castle, on the high rocks on the edge of Murâd River are the buildings dating to the Pertek Bey. The Chinese islands named Çocikli belong to Mengüç Beylerler. Sağman Fortress: It is 15 km away from Pertek. In 1555, Sálih Bey made the starry bee. Mazgirt Castle: It is from the Seljuks. Kaleye enters from a cave. There are 40 steps in front of the cave. Some of the walls were destroyed. There is a windmill inside and this mill is destroyed.
There are bridge remains from the Seljuks and Ottomans in Çemişgezek, Pertek and Mazgirt districts within the Tarihı bridges.
Pertek-Til (Korluca) Village Inn: It was built during the Baghdad campaign by Sultan Murâd Han. He was entrusted to the village of Mazgirt-Ürik. İbrâhim Pasha Palace: Pertektedir. The dervish cells are in Çemişgezek. I was carved out of a rocky slope.
Mesire locations: Apart from Munzur Vadisi in Tunceli, Mercan Vadisi is the promenade with the name of Tunceli-Erzincan highway circumference. The main recreational areas are:
Munzur Vadisi National Park: Munzur Vadisi between Tunceli and Ovacik has been described as “National Park”. The natural beauty of this vain is unique beauty. Munzur Suyundan is abundant and various trout are removed. The environment is filled with game animals and such water resources. There are birds, wolves, lynxes, foxes, water samplers, martens, badgers, squirrels, rabbits, mountain goats, deer and two thousand kinds of birds. There are 14 kinds of trout in the rivers. A summer in mountain peaks and a summer in the other summer snow and ice. In the sparkling waters, the wild beauty is hidden on the steep slopes. The figurine is famous and passed to the Turks. Four seasons are distinct beauty. The vases are spring and summer green. Snow thickness in winter is usually around 150 cm.
Karagöl Çağlayanı: It is a promenade between Tunceli-Pulümür. Dereova Çağlayanı: It is in Nazimiye. The view is a beautiful promenade. Mercan Vadisi and Çağlayan: It is in Dereova Buca. Ormanyolu Stream: It is in Çemişgezek. Keban Dam Lake: The edges are decorated with beautiful landscapes. Harçik Vâdisi; Tahar Vadisi; Forty Sights: It is the outcrop of Munzur River.
Drinks and spas: There are many drinking and hot springs in Tunceli. But in most of them there is no facility. In the small part there are small facilities built by the people of the region.
Mazgirt Thermal Spring: It is in the village of Bağın in the town of Mazgirt. There is a simple pool for treatment and a small motel for accommodation. As drinking hot water, it is good for liver and gall bladder diseases. In metabolic disorders, it enlarges vessels as a bath, and is useful for rheumatism, neuralgia and gynecological diseases.
There are some famous legends in Tunceli province. Some of these are:
Munzur’s Legend: This legend is found at the source of the Munzur River. It is said that a rich peasant who once lived in this village has gone to Hajj. He had a loyal and honest shepherd. When the lady cooks the halva in the house, she asks the shepherd to come to the table and to put the halva on the table to take the halva to his house. “My aga loves hot helva, I also put a warm hot scoop halva.” said. Because she knows that it is impossible; “I think the shepherd wanted a helva, so let’s eat a lot.” He filled a plate of halva and gave it to the shepherd. He and the pilgrimage prayer in the neighborhood of the pilgrimage, saw the shepherd. Shepherd; “The lady sent you a halva.” And then it disappeared.
Everyone came to meet him when the keeper came to know that the pain was going to turn into pain. The shepherd also took a bowl of milk that he had handled and joined them. As the crowd grows in the network, the people walk in order to kiss his hand and to show respect to him, referring to the helvah he had pilgrimage to the community. “I am not the one who is worthy of reverence and kissing hand, and it is the shepherd Munzur that is among you.” The public wanted to hug the shepherd’s hand. “My agony ruined me,” the shepherd escaped. As soon as the outbreak of the present Munzur River came, a foot fell on a stone and spilled milk. A white foamy water sprang from the place where the tobacco was laid. This is the first source of Munzur. At the moment the water of this source is flowing in the foamy white milk color.
Legend to the pulpit region: Efsane is in the tribal tribe. Shah Hussein Bey is the revenge leader. They are moving toward the West from the eastern region, loading their objects with a speckle. One night he dreams of seeing where the ox lies, he takes home the Pülümür’a Ağa Festivals region, where the oxen lay down on his inspiration to keep the country home. During the construction of the house, Khidr aleyhisselâm comes in the form of a grandfather with a white beard and strikes a thick pole on one side of the house and disappears from the center. This is called Kali Sipe (White Old Man). According to the book, the people ran away on the burning of the building in the name of 1266, and they saw that the army did not burn when they returned to the city.