Mardin, Turkey ----- Mardin has often been considered an open air museum due to its historical architecture. Most buildings use the beige colored limestone rock which has been mined for centuries in quarries around the area.
Anadolu Kavağı lies at the entrance of the Anatolian side of the Bosphorus from the Black Sea,great place for a quiet day trip,with little fish restaurants,waffle and ice cream corners.just opposite, on the European side is Rumeli Kavağı
Mardin, Turkey: The town is located on the slope of a hill looking down south to the Mesopotamian plains. Mardin is on the rail and highway routes connecting Turkey to Syria and Iraq. According to a hearsay, the history of the city dates as far back as th