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Mardin Castle
4/5
7 Reviews
Castle
Princessttmade in castle A special place, there are still very few tourists here. The whole area is very close, the living standard of the locals is not very high, but the life is very leisurely.
Kasimiye Madrasha
4/5
3 Reviews
Edward LoneI took a Turkish Airlines flight from Istanbul for 2 hours and arrived at the most visited eastern tip of Turkey, the stone city of Mardin. The ridges of houses gathered on the mountain are magnificent, classical and full of fireworks, and I plan to take aerial photographs tomorrow. The advantage of fewer tourists is that the prices are extremely low. The stone room I live in is only 150RMB. It is very emotional, and I will order a Mardin Lamb Leg Rice. Tsk Tsk, full of happiness~
Deyrulzafaran Monastery
4/5
1 Reviews
Church
ccjccjThe monastery was built in 495 AD on the site of a former temple of the Sun.
Surpagab Armenian Church/Surpagab Ermeni Kilisesi
4.6/5
5 Reviews
Church
138***98Pronounced as Keliseh Vank in Persian, Jolfa is actually a small town near the border between northwestern Iran and Armenia. When Abbas was in power, he moved tens of thousands of people from Jolfa who knew various skills to build the new capital of Isfahan. Armenians, and call the new relocation area Jolfa District. The Christian culture of the Apostolic Church in Armenia took root in Isfahan. They built many churches, the most beautiful of which is the main church of Fanke. The main church of Fanke is very interesting when viewed from the outside. A Christian church has an Islamic-style dome. This is the best example of the coexistence and co-prosperity of the two religions and cultures of the Safavid Dynasty. The interior of the church is also very beautiful, surrounded by various statues of Jesus, the Virgin and the story paintings of the Apostolic Church on Christian themes.
Mardin Museum
Museum
doublelikerMardin's name comes from the ancient Aramaic language, meaning "fortress". Mardin is also located between the Tigris and Euphrates, a fortress on the Mesopotamian plain. Mardin has a long history. According to research, this city has been inhabited by humans since 4500 BC. It has experienced the rise and fall of several dynasties. Standing on the top of the highest mountain, you can overlook the Mesopotamian plains in the distance. Mardin dug Many ancient monuments are preserved in this century-old museum. The museum records that the ancient city center is 5 kilometers away. The bus can only reach half of it, and the rest can be reached by walking for half an hour.

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Mardin Castle
Mardin CastleArtuklu,Turkey

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Kasimiye Madrasha
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Deyrulzafaran Monastery
Deyrulzafaran MonasteryArtuklu,Turkey

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Surpagab Armenian Church/Surpagab Ermeni Kilisesi
Surpagab Armenian Church/Surpagab Ermeni KilisesiDiyarbakir,Turkey

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Mardin Museum
Mardin MuseumArtuklu,Turkey

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Latifiye Mosque
Latifiye MosqueArtuklu,Turkey

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Mardin Weather

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Nov 29, 2020
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Nov 30, 2020
Mostly Sunny
3 / 10
Dec 1, 2020
Intermittent Clouds
3 / 8
Dec 2, 2020
Mostly Sunny
2 / 10
Dec 3, 2020
Sunny
2 / 10
Dec 4, 2020
Sunny
1 / 10
Weather Forecast and Travel Tips for Mardin
Nov 29, 2020 Mardin Weather:Sunny, Northeasterly Wind:0-10 kph, Humidity:32%, Sunrise/Sunset:07:11/17:00
Mardin Driving:Suitable, Running:Suitable, Cycling:Suitable

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