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Mor Gabriel Monastery, Midyat
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  • I don't know how much good did a fascinating history, but it's really good and I need to go to a city where the old divide
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  • This organized, clean, and very hard to find a place of worship. Now that you have all questions and answers are hearty and they together a mihmandarla you ...
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  • refreshing guide allows you to roam. our guide was pretty good. told us to detail one by one. the history of both the Syriac and monastery. see an excellent stonework go great.
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  • Hakikaten cok güzel bir yer. Türkiyenin güneydogusu
  • April 2014 - It is a privledge to see a Christian Testimony in this area...pray that it stays like this.
  • Absolutely gorgeous. The guides are extremely kind and informative.
  • Assyrian Christians, known as the ancestral village of Mardin, Midyat district located in Turabdin Mor Gabriel monastery is the oldest monastery of the annual date 1600 is one of a few. 397 year established by the Monastery of Mor in Semun and purple Semun, donations and contributions of the Roman emperors in centuries of gelişmiştirManastırın from the 6th century Byzantine mosaics of the unique buildings, domes, with a great historical importance is the door of the monastery was built from cut stone in Midyat. The monastery is considered to be the second Jerusalem by the church history in the process by different names. In the early period, referred to by the names of the founders of the monastery means habitual residence of the priests and in the next century Süryanicede Dayro d 'Umro name produced from Deir-el-or that it was dubbed with the name Turkish adaptation of Deyrulumur is created. Mor Gabriel is the name used today 7. lived and beatification of the 1682 edifice, yükleşmiş, to the development of the monastery with the management role in Turabdin Archbishop Mor Gabriel comes from. The monastery consists of several parts in itself. The monastery was also used as the main church, the most popular of his works and is called the big church. Violet Þmuel and purple Þemun by 397 in the construction of the main church, the supply of discarded Byzantine Emperor Aanstasius, was found to contribute with a donation. One of the most beautiful and remarkable building of the monastery and Theodora Kubbesidir. A charming stone and brick used in Theodora Dome. The monastery church of the Blessed Virgin on the Southwest tip of Emperor II. Made with a donation to the monastery of Theodosius. Another structure is the House of the Saints in the monastery. He lost his life in different periods, Saints 15 niche here into Kissi was buried in graves. It is one of the largest of the monumental tombs in the area. A great importance for the world of Christian monasteries also 1600 years throughout its history was the Centre of science of the Syrian Church. Many of the monastery school Patriarch, Archbishop, prelate, chaplain to the rescue. The monastery library was one of the most important libraries of the region. The library contains a large number of manuscript book unfortunately spoil of war in history due to the present process. Today, the one of the most important centres of Syriac Church of the monastery of Christ spoken language is considered a dialectic of the Aramaic Syriac Language taught to the younger generation of worship in the prayer with, one of the most active centers.
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