1. Mar Gevergis/George) Church (Nestorian), 2. Artuklu Saray, 3. Artuklu Caravanserai, 4. Sheikh Mutahhar (Matar) Mosque, 5. Four-pillared Minaret, 6. Hazreti Süleyman Mosque, 7. Surp Giragos Armenian Church and Armenian School, 8. Mar Ptiyon Chaldean Church, 9. Fatih Pasha (Kurshunlu) Mosque, 10. Nasuh Pasha Mosque, 11. Hadji Hamit Mosque, 12. Surp Lusavorich Armenian Catholic Church and Armenian School, 13. Armenian Protestant Church and Armenian School, 14. Hüsrev Pasha Mosque, 15. Deliller Khan, 16. Hasan Pasha Khan, 17. Mesudiye Medrese, 18. Ulu Djami (Great Mosque), 19. Iskender Pasha Mosque, 20. Behram Pasha Mosque, 21. Holy Virgin Church (Assyrian orthodox), 22. Surp Sarkis Armenian Church and Armenian School, 23. Chifte Khan, 24. Mar Kosmas Church (Assyrian orthodox), 25. Hammam (bath) Chardakli, 26. Melik Ahmet Mosque, 27. Nebi Mosque.
Sources: Robert H. Hewsen, Armenia: A Historical Atlas, University of Chicago Press, Chicago/London, 2001; Diyarbakır Gezi Rehberi, Boyut Yayıncılık, 2011, İstanbul. Remastered by Houshamadyan.
The city of Diyarbekir and its environs during the Ottoman era.
Houshamadyan will publish a trove of material related to the life, history, and heritage of Armenians who lived in this historic region.
We also hope that natives of Diyarbekir and their descendants, living all around the world, will contribute to this effort to revive their past by contributing digitized photographs, unpublished memoirs, artifacts to Houshamadyan.