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Travel Guide to Mardin

Welcome to Mardin, the shining city of Mesopotamia, the city where calls to prayer echo with church bell sounds, a timeless poetic city created by the delicate spirit of the mason's hands that give form to its stones. Time travel is not a dream. Mardin is one of the oldest cities of upper Mesopotamia, located in Southeastern Anatolia region of Turkey. It is a truly enchanting city with beautiful architecture, varied ethnography, archaeological wonders and historical heritage.

Things to See and Do in Mardin

Things to See and Do in Mardin

Things Do See

What to See and Do

Mardin, the city where stones become poetries. With its ancient architecture dating mostly from the 12th-15th centuries and its elegant, fairytale houses, Mardin is a veritable open air museum.

Things to See and Do in Mardin
About Mardin

About Mardin

About Info

About Mardin

Mardin is located in Southeastern Anatolia in the Tigris and Euphrates river basins. One of the oldest cities of Mesopotamia, Mardin is perched like an eagle's nest atop a 1000 meter peak.

About Mardin
Where to Go in Mardin

Where to Go in Mardin

Place Location

Places to Go in Mardin

Mardin is a highly addictive and unmissable spot, known as a unique destination internationally, a historic city and an inspiring city for art, also has a fascinating cultural mix.

Where to Go in Mardin
Events and Festivals in Mardin

Events and Festivals

Event Festival

Events and Festivals

Find out which important events, artistic festivals and concerts are occurring in Mardin. Involve yourself in everything that Mardin has to offer to you.

Events and Festivals in Mardin
Plan your Holiday to Mardin

Plan your Mardin Holiday

Planning Holiday

Plan your Holiday

Enjoy the best Mardin vacation using our travel planner. Take a look at our plan for Mardin vacation, accommodation options, getting to/around and more.

Plan your Holiday to Mardin

Sounds of Mardin

In this movie, three traditional folk songs of Mardin were vocalized by 48 local artists in Turkish, Arabic, Kurdish, Syriac and Armenian languages. The movie aims at promoting and making thousands of years old tangible and intangible cultural heritage of Mardin province visible and viable. Enjoy it.


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