Mardin is a very addictive place and a city not to be missed in Turkey. The minaret appears from a winding brown labyrinth. A castle occupies a dominant position in the old town, and the stone houses extend down the hillside above the Mesopotamian plain. Here the Kurdish, Yezidi people, the melting pot of Christians and Syrians, it also has a fascinating cultural mix. Mardin has very little information on the Internet, and there are not many tourists. The hotel stay is a few days. We picked one of the cheapest and didn't expect it to be so comfortable. This is a traditional stone house. All the buildings are made of stone. The large courtyard is planted with pomegranate trees. When we arrive, it is the season of results. The big pomegranate hangs down. The building is a very wide platform with a view of the Mesopotamian plains in the distance.