Erzincan is located north of Fırat River in East Anatolia Region and one of the oldest cultural centers of Anatolia.
Erzincan, which had been hosted many Anatolian civilizations, had lost most of its historical monuments due to big earthquakes, while remains had been damaged, however, some have been able to be repaired.
Ironworking, even not finding favor as in past, is one of the handcrafts still surviving in city centrum and Kemaliye district.
Also, the cuisine of Erzincan, one of the oldest culture centers of Anatolia and located on Historical Silk Road, is rich, too. Pastry is the most common foods of Erzincan cuisine.
Listen the water flowing into city's famous Girlevik Waterfall and listen to the Erzincan folk songs reflecting a deep history and culture.
10 vibes for Erzincan
Altıntepe Urartu Castle: It is an old settlement hosted Urartu and Byzantine civilizations.