Excursions to the Far East and Black Sea Coast Sights

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Urfa (Şanlıurfa) 9

Diyarbakır 8

Mardin 7

Lake Van and Environs 7

Trabzon 7

Gaziantep 6

Midyat 4

Kars 4

Sinop 3

Hasankeyf 3

Sümela-Mereyemana 3

Mt. Nemrut and Environs 2

Doğubeyazıt and Mt. Ararat 2

Harran 1

Ani 1

Ayder 1

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Archaeological Site/ Ruins 9

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Geological Site 2

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Jail 1

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Religious Building/ Site/ Shrine 15

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Bazaar

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Mardin's lively bazaar runs parallel to the old town's main street, Birinici Caddesi, and is refreshingly free of the stalls selling...

Kasimiye Madrasa

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Follow the signs a short distance west of the city center to Kasimiye Madrasa, which was completed around 1459 by Sultan Kasim of the...

Kirklar Kilisesi

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Mardin was once home to a large Christian community and several churches still remain in the city, although only a few are functioning.

Mardin Museum

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The small museum is on the city's main square, in a grand old stone house that used to be the home of an Assyrian Catholic patriarch.

Orthodox Dayrul Zafran

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Just 10 km (6 miles) southeast of Mardin is the Syrian Orthodox Dayrul Zafran. Begun in the 5th century and partially restored in the...

Post office

  • Building/Architectural Site

One of the best examples of an old Mardin home is the current post office. ...

Zinciriye Medrese

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Built in 1385 by Artukid Sultan İsa, this medrese sits up just above the rest of the city, and its crenullated dome forms a Mardin landmark...

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