MARDIN CITY GUIDE
The province of Mardin, is a poetic city of Southeast Anatolia Region reflecting the impression as if the time had stopped with its present architectural, ethnographic, archeological, historic and visual merits. The province of Mardin hosts mosques, mausoleums, churches, monasteries and similar religious creations parallel to the different religious beliefs all of which are representing both artistic and historic values. The province of Mardin is located along the historical Silk Road and there are 5 inns and caravansaries in the city.
Sites of Interest
Germian hot springs, Mardin and Hasankeyf castles, Deyrü'l- Zafaran, Mar Behnam and Mar Mihail monasteries, Hatuniye, Marufiye, Şehidiye, Melik Mansur, Altunboğa, Zinciriye, Kasımiye, Şah Sultan Hatun, Savurkapı and Harzem Taceddin Mesud old theological schools (medrese), Firdevs Mansion, Hasankeyf Palace, Mardin, Hasankeyf and Kızıltepe Grand Mosques, Eminüddin and Necmeddin mosque complexes, Kale, Hızır (Akkoyunlu), Babü's-Sur (Melik Mahmud), Abdüllatif (Latifiye), Molla Hari (Süleyman Pasha), Şeyh Çabuk, Hamid, Şeyh Mahmud Türki (Şeyh Ali), Pamuk, Kıseyri, Reyhaniye, Arap (Azap), Zairi, Hacı Ömer (Halife), Camiü'r-Rızk and Koç mosques, Kayseriyye Shops and Revaklı shops, Kervansaray, Hasankeyf İmam Abdullah Dervish lodge, Zeynel Bey vault tomb, Hasankeyf and Kızıltepe bridges, Mardin Museum.