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While the view towards Syria is hazy, nevertheless you can see for miles and over the city below. The school was well built and is maintained well, although there are quite a few steps to be climbed, it is well worth the effort.
The entrance to the building is one of the best stone work you will see in the area but it is not possible to see it from the right angle to admire its beauty because the buildings around does not allow you to step back...More
It was established in 14th century by the Seljukian-Artuklu Sultan, Melik Necmeddin Isa Bin Davud. The Madrasahs are academies of Seljukians and Ottomans whose curricula were prepared according to the Islamic principles and rules. If you trust on your physical performance, you can climb up...More
We happened to visit as the sun was starting to set and the view of Eski Mardin buildings from the roof top at this time was beautiful. One of the guides?? spent time with us explaining the history and pointing out lots of unique features...More
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The establishment is an education place for young Muslims where they would learn, mostly based on texts from the Koran. The central square with water feature is well worth...More
It's the stones building (old university) with huge windows for a world. It's big part of history in middle of city. The view from there is amazing. It's quite area where you can stop for a minute in our fast life.
Thats a nice place with views and the history. When you come to place, you should get your picture taken as attached pictures. There are locals who try to take those picture with little amonth of money if you want
An old building of white stone, built on ascending levels (as is the entire city) and providing a really spectacular view out across the plains of Mesopotamia... We had a room with high arched ceilings, felt like something out of a story by Scheherezade ......More