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Ulu Cami, Mardin
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  • The mosque's courtyard is truly spectacular. It's quite old with a history of a mosque. For some reason I'm really impressed with the courtyard of the minaret. I haven't had a chance to go in, I looked out the window. One of his works to be seen
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  • Mardin's narrow streets a hidden treasure. A little hard to find but worth it when you go, you will see the ... Enter the mosque quietly in sit, don't forget to get lost in the back streets in the aftermath.
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  • Based on the typical slope of Mardin due to the nature of top down, surrounded by narrow Bazaar descending down the streets with home encounter a litany already minaret main street.. one of the oldest mosques and the courtyard of the restoration work? Mardin go to visit. The mosque's mihrab is left of the Hanafi is the right part of the prayer of Moses said the sect. .. interesting place
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  • Ulu mosque (Cami-I Kebir): dividing the City from West to East in the South, main street markets in East-West direction occupies a rectangular area. In response, on-hand resources and records the Mardin Ulu mosque or diversity to date during the period of the earliest form of Mardin near the fertile soil and the XII century is thought to have started in the last quarter. in. The oldest Camidir in Mardin. Mahallesindedir The Grand Mosque. The Qibla wall in front of the altar three parallel to the nave, two aisles along and externally is covered with a fluted dome tromplu. All six piers resting on the dome, is dominated the place. Cross vaulted portico up to five sections in the North alone, others in lost. The minaret was built in the time of Artuklu ruler of Bashir Jeck (1176). This Mosque Artuklu Hükümdarlarından Melik Salih (1336-1362) has dedicated a part of his wealth. These are; 38, Hammam, Bab-ı Cedid depends on a garden and Mardin in the villages around are many. One of the most important Islamic Mardin Ullah Camidir.
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