Locations that evoke ages past!
Zeugma, with its amazing collection of Roman-era mosaics!
The mysterious Hittite city of Yesemek!
Imagine a chase scene through narrow streets, an epic tale within historical city walls and bazaars, a hero straight out of a fantasy novel, casting light on traces of the past …
LOCATIONS IN GAZİANTEP
One of the earliest settlements in Anatolia, Gaziantep features many surviving examples of Chalcolithic, Paleolithic, Neolithic, Hittite, Mitanni, Assyrian, Persian, Hellenistic, Seleucid, Roman, and Ottoman architecture.
Gaziantep is home to traditional handicrafts, offering a palpable sense of history, with an authentic bazaar and daily life rolled into one. The city presents many facets, an orderly settlement on one side, and the hustle and bustle of a busy town on the other.
The Yesemek Open Air Museum opens the doors of history for you …
The moment you enter Yesemek, you find yourself among humans who lived thousands of years ago. Each stone tells the story of the earth’s past. The wind is a whisper, telling tales of a bygone age …
Zeugma is the absolute focal point of Gaziantep. With an air of mystery that will undoubtedly inspire you, Zeugma which means “Bridge” or “Gateway” is aptly named, as it serves as a passageway between the past and the present. Any scene filmed here will be infused with its amazing atmosphere.
Situated on Turkey’s border with Syria, Kilis is sure to captivate you with its architecture …
Narrow streets and sun-warmed stone houses offer the authentic atmosphere you desire. As you navigate through its labyrinthine streets, you will feel as if your spirit is wandering in an entirely different land.
Gaziantep has its own international airport, which offers daily flights to many domestic and international locations. The city is also easily accessible by land thanks to its extensive road connections.
ACCOMMODATION IN GAZİANTEP
Gaziantep offers a variety of accommodation facilities for film crews, including three, four, and five star hotels for long shoots. Gaziantep is part of UNESCO’s “Creative Cities Network,” celebrating its delightful cuisine.