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Dara Mesopotamia Ruins, Mardin
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  • Very nice to see the history I recommend everyone go yanıstıyor I'm impressed I. I'd like to go again
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  • I saw a bulldozer dig. .. I fall somewhere appalled.. in cases where the need to manually brush with incredible gray.. .
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  • It's a beautiful history and Ethnology trip. recommend. Dara kanti is now a living with ancient ruins and village life village. Dungeon, necropolis, agora of pools of water and housing
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  • Dara Ruins Dara Ruins, South-East of Mardin, Prague, 30 kilometres to Nusaybin, Mardin-Oghuz Village on the highway. This is the most famous town in the region of Mesopotamia, old city. This town, today a mid-sized town/village settlement. Carved in the rocks, the remains of the city running out of circumference 8-10 kilometer is spread over a wide area. There are cave houses around here. In the other section of the city, the stones used the remains can be seen. In the eastern part of the caves, rock-cut tombs Kumar is bounded with. The principal town is protected by a wall of 4 kilometers in circumference. There are two gate that opens to the South and the North. The citadel in the North of the city and 50 meters high, the top of the Hill the flatness. The ruins of the Church, in the city of palaces, markets and stores, Dungeon, tophane and water I, still can be seen. North of the village, carved into the rocks from the South, was an imposing water I. Today is also bent really flows through water. Natural effects as a result of the presence of many cultures in the region from time to time come to light. Also carved into the rocks around the village cave House up to 6-7. Their history, late Roman (Byzantine) period. Dara ruins of the city, carved in the rocks of the surrounding area 8-10 kilometer is spread over a wide area. There are cave houses around here. Mardin Nusaybin on the way to 5. century located in the ruins of Babylon and Persia running out of date number of historic graves Krallıklarına to face the day. Dara Ruins, to take charge as the castle of running out. This city of Ephesus of Mesopotamia, m. d. 530-BC 570 ' ruler of Iran in the famous Darayuvaşi (Darxis) by (parse as coccidia/recreational) was established, in various periods (sure to first century) the Iranians changed hands among the Romans. VII century. towards the end of the city, the Abbasids later Umayyad's subsequent Centuries local domains are directed by and 15-16. century annexed. The money from time to time between the ruins and relics (daryaka) is a city rich in the look easily. The founder of the city built by the spectacular underground settlement Daraxis was later used as a Dungeon, all standing with grandeur in today. As a spoken language (the native language of Jesus) on behalf of Aramaic used as faith fire towers believed to Ahura Mazda made the city carved into the ruins of the city, water cisterns, water channels, is seen still very good mahsarası
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  • The whole village of cisterns, built, the walls, the agora
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  • Kelly a mix of houses and tombs of the ancient settlement. Prehistory in this ancient settlement area, possibly just a few linked to face the day. See and for a ride.
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  • My village
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