Ulu Camii

The Great Mosque of Diyarbakır is one of the oldest and most significant mosques in this region. The original structure was erected ca. 639 AD and was later rebuilt during the Seljuk period. The mosque includes a large courtyard and a three-aisled prayer hall. Columns with Corinthian capitals—some of them reused from a Late Antique building—adorn the east and west facades of the prayer hall.