The historical Gaziantep Castle was also damaged as a result of the earthquake that occurred early Monday morning in Turkey.
The Gaziantep Castle, which has been standing for many years, was destroyed as a result of the earthquake that shook Turkey, Milliyet reported.
An earthquake with a magnitude of 7.4 was recorded in Turkey Monday at 4:17am local time in the Pazarcik region near the city of Kahramanmaras. There were 42 aftershocks, the strongest of which was 6.6 in magnitude.
The number of casualties exceeds 70, and the number of injured is more than 400.