Sivas, located in the east of Central Anatolia, at the intersection of the historical Silk Road routes and where the King's Road passes through is one of the largest cities in Turkey.
You can reach Sivas by road, railway and airway.
This historic fortress, which was been one of the border stations between Iran and Byzantium in the past, is a strategically important castle on Çaltı Stream.
Divriği Ulu Mosque and Darüşşifa
This structure, which was built by Melike Turan, the wife of Ahmet Şah, who was the head of the Mengücek Principality in 1228, is one of the historical buildings that have been preserved until today. This building, which is a wonder of architecture and engineering, still remains intact.