Artuklu Kervansarayi

Savurkapi Mah. 1. Cad. No:70 Savurkapi, Mardin Merkez, Mardin, Mardin, Turkey | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Savurkapi Mah. 1. Cad. No:70 Savurkapi, Mardin Merkez, Mardin, is near Altindere National Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Mardin

    A Dark Snake and a Swan

    A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Apr 25, 2014

    27 photos

    Due to Keith's food poisoning on the drive from Glorious Urfa to Midyat, we had skipped two monasteries that were en route. One of them, Mor Gabriel, we still got to visit while in Midyat. The second one, Deyrulzafaran, is situated very close to Mardin, which was our next destination, so we started our day on April 25 (Day 121) by driving to that Syriac Orthodox monastery.

    Deryrulzafaran is probably the most famous Syriac Orthodox monastery (although Mor Gabriel ...

    Artuqid Architecture of Mardin Old City

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Apr 22, 2014

    64 photos

    ... Over breakfast, we concluded we should go all that way. Mardin is popular with tourists, both foreign and domestic. And we wanted a place in the historic section. We found a stone house candidate on, the Dara Konagi, and booked one night.

    It was a beautiful blue sky sunny morning but we didn't have time to linger. We left Malatya at around 9 am. The shortcut off the expressway took us past a pretty lake ...

    A Snowed-In Mardin

    A travel blog entry by jeffwright on Jan 26, 2012

    16 photos

    Jan 25-26

    After breakfast, tea, and goodbyes with Ramazan and Huseyin, we drove to the bus station. Ramazan helped me purchase the least expensive ticket to Mardin, which was conveniently leaving in ten minutes.

    The bus drove through the mountains for about two hours, and then up a steep hill for half an hour. I got off of the bus at a bus station that was outside of the Mardin. I was happy, but not at ...

    Entering Mesopotamia - bridges, loaves & fishes

    A travel blog entry by chagger1 on Jun 03, 2011

    24 photos

    On the road early, at 7.30, following the Tigris east towards Iraq. How good is this (following the famous waterway downstream into the cradle of civilization)? Just out of town we stopped at another Seljuk bridge (the Ten Eyed Bridge built in 1065). The Tigris Valley is broad & productive here despite having been tilled for thousands of years. A very Australian landscape - wide flat fields of ripening wheat & low hills in the distance. Pitstop in the ...

    Ramble for Readin'

    A travel blog entry by bzeiger on Apr 04, 2011

    ... caused them to evolve from the fight or flight mentality? That’s a game changer. That makes we wonder how man might have evolved differently if it was the unknown of faith and mercy that caused him to settle and rely on agriculture subsequently. I believe until up to this cross-roads of time and space, humanity (especially Western) has had a strong conviction that the indoors and convenience are the pinnacle of man and agriculture played the most ...