The multi-ethnic patterns of the city developed under the influence of many states are visible on the historical structures which happened to endure the devastating effects of time.
Memikan Bridge is thought to have been built in the 6th century when Muslims dominated the region. The bridge provided for the continuation of commercial relations on the Garzan Plain in Beşiri district of Batman as part of the ancient Silk Road. Memikan Bridge, which was on a busy trade route in the Middle Ages, is known to be the main transportation point reaching out to the North Mesopotamia through Hasankeyf. Unfortunately, it is in ruins today.
The 550-year-old Tomb of Zeynel Bey, located in the Ilisu Dam Lake area, has been moved to 2 km away by rail system. The tomb, which is the only work of the Akkoyunlu State, was placed in its new place, Hasankeyf New Cultural Park Area. The peculiarity of the tomb stems from the fact that it brought the architectural features of Azerbaijan and Turkistan region to Anatolia.
Mor Aho Monastery is estimated to have been built during the Hasankeyf period, which was dominated by the rule Assyrians. It was established some 2 km north of Üç Yol Village in Batman. There is no clear information about the monastery's exact construction date, and it was severely damaged as a result of natural events.
Hizir Bey Mosque is located in Kozluk as the largest mosque of the district. It was built by Hizir Bey, son of Ebubekir Roskin of Sason and Kozluk in 1512, according to the Gregorian calendar.
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