The seminary was established in 1469. The arched porch and exquisite carvings of the seminary are features here.
I 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~
Kasimiye Theological Seminary in Mardin This seminary consists of two domes covering the tombs of Kasm Pasha and her sister. The highlight here is the courtyard surrounded by arched columns and the ornate and intricately carved door lintel. You can see the famous Mesopotamian plain from the seminary. In fact, you can see this famous plain shrouded in thin mist all the way along the city wall.