The City of Şanlıurfa, located in the middle Euphrates division of the Southeast Anatolia Region, has been the centre of many civilisations due to its long settlement history. The city is considered to be the cradle of the Mesopotamian civilization. With its 11000 years of long history, the city had been controlled by the Osr hoene Kingdom, Roma n/ Bisantium, Arabs, Seljukians, Eyyubi, Karakoyunlu, the Ottoman Empire and the Modern Turkish Republic respectively. Thus these factors has had significant influence on the cultural diversity and also form of the city. In addition, as the city used to be the centre of three different religions, it has inherited very rich cultural diversity from the people who had lived together in this area. In the city, there are some places where cultural and social activities take place, such as historical monuments and halls, libraries, mosques, museum, cinema, conference halls.