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Deyrulzafaran Monastery, Mardin
(4.6/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web)
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  • Very impressive, very mystical... $6 entry fee too actually. tells the story of a guide on the inside but it tasked with selling tickets at the box office are too aggressive and rude. read two articles about a monastery before.. not found in mortar between etc and keeping the monastery the stones to make the Foundation, you will be impressed ...
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  • Thats a nice place of mardin. Its built in 5th century AC. Its only 6 tl entry fee. It is 5 km away from center there is no public transportation. You can take cab but dont forget to negotiate. Even t...  more »
  • Great place of worship and in the region of an authentic convent of tolerance to: Navigate Fuul existed last of Barry
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  • Worth visiting but don't try to get there using buses as it is a long walk. Instead negotiate a fee with the taxi drivers for a return journey.
  • The world's largest has been metrapoliti in 365 rooms is open for worship in the monastery one older pastors in Tomb 5, this is the town of Sun worship in ingida
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  • Although fairly old and well preserved and protected. the only thing missing we visited are the visitors when they don't reflect enough spirit guides.
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  • In a historic Convent is still very active in teaching progress
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  • Beautiful city collection where past visions of the future prospects
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