Download GPX file for this article
38.792538.743889Full screen dynamic map

From Wikivoyage
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Keban is a town and district of Elazig in Eastern Anatolia, Turkey.



Keban was home to 5,900 people in 2022. It is popular amongst tourists. It hosts the world's youngest waterfall: Çırçır Şelalesi.

Get in


Keban is at the middle of the road that connects the Elazig city center to Kemaliye. It takes approximately an hour to reach the district from the city center, making it an easy-to-reach destination for many.

Çırçır şelalesi is right next to the district center, and since it is pretty large and touristic, it is impossible to miss the tourist facility.

Get around




The Keban Dam power plant supplies electricity to Eastern Anatolia.



Çırçır Şelalesi is most known for its fresh fish, as the fish is catched directly from the waterfall and instantly served. The facility can host hundreds of people at once due to its large size, and this enables you to order your food from a variety of places. The sight of the waterfall is pretty enjoyable to observe as well.









Go next

  • Kemaliye: A district of Erzincan with a great deal of places to see.
  • Elazig: The Province Center.
This city travel guide to Keban is an outline and needs more content. It has a template, but there is not enough information present. Please plunge forward and help it grow!