Şanlıurfa has a texture that is separated from other cities with its historical values dating back to a long time. Geography where you can see traces of a different period on every street, every road; From Christianity to Islam, and even much older religions have hosted its territory. Tolerance Square is located in the center of Sanliurfa with its structure, which embraces this history. Historical structures are concentrated in this Ottoman square in Nimetullah Quarter and are located in a location leading to four different streets. There is Kurtuluş Primary School south of Tolerance Square, also called Fifty-Eight Square. Apart from this structure, which was a Numune School from the late 19th century, the square is home to works that are valuable than each other. Sheikh Saffet Tekkesi, built in 1892 in Tolerance Square, the fountain of the same name built a year ago and the Tomb of Mohammad Muhyiddin, which has survived since 1795. To the north of the street is the Reji Church, which currently has a cultural center, and the 15th-century Nimetullah Mosque in the northwest. Tolerance Square, where different religions, cultures and centuries of monuments meet together, welcomes all the treasures of history.
tarihi yapıların sık rastlandığı bir semt özellikle reji kilisesi ve nimetullah camii v de kurtuluş ilkokulu mutlaka ziyaret edilmesi gereken yapılardır . zanaat ve mimari özellikleri çok ilgi çekici. muazzam yapılar.