|, Oxford University Press, :, , retrieved 15 December 2020• 6 Average mm inches 63||During the Governorship of in the , the Armenian population of Diyarbakir was resettled and exterminated|
|There have been attempts by Turkish lawmakers to deny Diyarbakir's Kurdish identity, with claiming that the city is actually made up of Turkified Azeris, despite there being no evidence of a significant Azeri population in the city||Originally the building was intended to be a school medrese• External links [ ] Wikimedia Commons has media related to|
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|The mosque, one of the oldest in Turkey, is constructed in alternating bands of black basalt and white limestone The same patterning is used in the 16th century Deliler Han Madrassah, which is now a hotel||Snowfall is quite common between the months of December and March, snowing for a week or two|
|The , an 11th-century bridge with ten arches• during the First World War brought an end to the existence of both these Syrian residential sees||March 2021 At the turn of the 19th century, the Christian population of the city was mainly made up of Armenians and Assyrians|
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