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Grand Estel Hotel

With free Wi-Fi access and free parking, the Grand Estel Hotel offers well-equipped rooms with en suites. Midyat town centre is within a 10-minute drive of the hotel. The Grand Estel Hotel has 81 rooms and has been recently refurbished. In sunny weather, an outdoor terrace provides a nice spot to relax. The hotel’s reception is conveniently open 24/7 for ... Read More »

Hotel Demirdag

Located a 2-minute walk from the Midyat Bus Terminal, Hotel Demirdag features air-conditioned rooms, 24-hour front desk service and free Wi-Fi throughout the building. All the rooms include a satellite TV, mini refrigerator and a private bathroom with a shower and a toilet. A daily breakfast is served every morning in buffet style. Mor Gabriel, the oldest surviving Syriac Orthodox ... Read More »

New Castle (Sacli Ali)

Mardin, Midyat-Nusaybin caravan crossing the narrow strait on the road, at the foot of the mountain, deep in the valley, the castle formed of a single piece of Byzantine Emperor rocky plain II.Constantinius’ s built on the orders of Dimitrios. Head of the public ascribed to the castle where the name originated from Ali is not known. Castle Midyat-Nusaybin been ... Read More »

Mardin Girls’ Vocational School

A Junior High School was built in 1898 on the land of Muzafferiye Madrasa, which was found in foundation records in 16th century and was built by Melik Mahmut in the end of 13rd century, but does not present in our day. Junior High School building was used as high school, then girls’ training school and commercial high school at ... Read More »

The Old Post Office Building (House of Sahtana Family)

The building, which was made built by Satana family to Armenian architect Lole in 1890 and is one of the finest examples of Mardin civil architecture, stands out opposite fiehidiye Mosque with its rich and glorious stone labor. Until recently, the building was used as Post Office. Read More »