This ancient town overlooks vast plains that extent as far as the eye can see into Syria.
Honey coloured houses and a rambling bazaar run along the hillside.
Hidden in the bazaar is the secluded 12th century Iraqi Seljuk structure; Ulu Cami.
This entry was posted on September 16, 2014 by misshouse219. It was filed under Asia, Europe, photography, travel, Turkey and was tagged with adventure, anatolia, architecture, bazaar, buildings, iraqi seljuk structure, mardin, market, photography, religion, south eastern anatolia, travel, travel photography, turkey, ulu cami, views, vista.
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