TOKAT CITY GUIDE
The Tokat Province is located inside the Yeşilırmak river basin area where 14 states and numerous principalities have been founded and reigned starting from the date BC 4000 and every inch of the land displays the traces and remnants of these civilizations and it is possible to meet historical and cultural creations at these lands. Among these creations and ruins are the ancient Hittite city of Sebastapolis in Masat Tumulus, the ancient Roman City, Inns, Baths, Bedesten structures, mosques, bridges and mausoleums.
Sites of Interest
Niksar Çamiçi and Reşadiye Zinav Lake forest recreation areas, Tokat, Gömenek (Komana Pontika), Niksar (Neokaisareia), Turhal and Zile castles, Tokat Yağıbasan, Niksar Yağıbasan and Hatuniye old theological schools (medrese), Tokat, Niksar and Zile Grand Mosques, Garipler, Hamza Bey, Meydan, Behzat, Ali Pasha, Silahtar Ömer Pasha, Çöreği Büyük, Halil Bey, Sinan Bey, Boyacı Hasan Ağa and Hoca İshak mosques, Pervane Hospital (Gökmedrese), small mosque (mescit) of Sefer Beşe and Alamescit, Sümbül Baba Dervish Lodge and Mausoleum, Taşhan and Turhal Inns (caravansary) Ebu'l-Kasım, Halef Sultan, Vezir Ahmed Pasha, Nureddin İbn Sen Timur, Abdülmuttalip, Hacı Çıkrık, Melik Gazi and Musa Fakih mausoleums, Kulak and Kırk Kızlar baths, Pervane, Yörgüç Pasha, Mustafa, Ali Pasha baths and Yenihamam (bath), Çiftehamam (bath), Talazan, Tokat and Turhal bridges, Tokat Museum.