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Tag Archives: Mardin Villages

Dargeçit

Dargeçit is one of the rare provinces in which ancient and current civilization lived in our country. Dargeçit, one of the centres of North Mesopotamia, has a rare structure in he world for its place and agricultural qualities. It can be regarded as an expression of a good synthesis of the works before and after Christianity combined with Turkish Islamic ... Read More »

Derik

Derik , a border neighbour of Mazıdağı, Viranşehir and Kızıltepe was founded by davutoğulları ( mala Dawıdé kalo) and Kayıhanlılar ( mala Qeya) and branch of family Terka between the years 1890-1400 .The first streets where Derik was founded are still called as Rezé Davut and Merga Keya.Derik was founded by these two families , who had to migrate to ... Read More »

Mazıdağı

[WPL sf_select_listing=”-1″ sf_select_property_type=”-1″ sf_select_sp_featured=”-1″ sf_select_sp_hot=”-1″ sf_select_user_id=”” wpltarget=”” limit=”12″ wplorderby=”p.mls_id+0″ wplorder=”DESC”] Mazıdagı was founded in the land 1030-1090high and in the middle of the round mountains where its name is coming in the 47 km northwest of Mardin, in Dicle part of southeast Anatolian Region. Althoughit was a nook related to Savur and Derik, it was become a province on 9th ... Read More »

Midyat

The geographical position of Midyat is that, there stage Dargeçit in east,Ömerli in west ,Savur in northwest, Gercüş in the north of Batman, Nusaybin in south and İdil province of Şırnak in southeast of the province. This name is used to mean the land and mountain of the warshippings.The one of this region is over 10.000 kilometres square. There are ... Read More »

Nusaybin

Nusaybin is a city in Mardin Province, Turkey, populated by Kurds. Arameans, Arabs, Mhallamis, Assyrians and Armenians previously lived in the city. The population of the city is 83,832 as of 2009. The neighboring Syrian city of Qamishli is basically an extension of the city of Nisibin, and now the more populous section. Were it not for the international borders ... Read More »