G├Âbekli Tepe – The oldest Temple of History

Tarihle ilgili bildi─čimiz her ┼čeyin de─či┼čmesine sebep olacak.” Daily Mail
ÔÇťMedeniyetten ve her ┼čeyden ├Ânce G├Âbekli Tepe vard─▒.ÔÇŁ Ian Hodder, Stamford Uni
Buras─▒ insan akl─▒n─▒n anlamakta zorlanaca─č─▒ kadar ola─čan├╝st├╝” Steve Mithen, Reading Uni
It has been considered a potential site for the Garden of Eden.” Daily Mail UK

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Mount Nemrut – Adiyaman

Haydi ├ž─▒k─▒n ├ž─▒k─▒n gelin Ad─▒yman’a gidiyoruz. Nemrut’ta tanr─▒lara yak─▒n olup g├╝n├╝bat─▒r─▒p do─čuraca─č─▒z. // C’mon, let’s go to Ad─▒yaman to watch sunset and sunrise in Mt.Nemrut while sipping our wine!

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Mardin Day 3

Ertesi g├╝n de kalk─▒p kahvalt─▒ i├žin ├žok ho┼čuma giden a├ž─▒k b├╝fe bir kahvalt─▒dan sonra, Kasimiye Medresesi’ne gittim. Kasimiye Medresesi konum itibariyle eski Mardindeki ana yola de─čil de yeni yola daha yak─▒nda bulunuyor. biraz a┼ča─č─▒ya do─čru gitmeniz gerekecektir. Yoku┼č yukar─▒ ├ž─▒kman─▒z d├Ân├╝┼č yolunda biraz sizi zorlayabilir. Eski Mardin sokaklar─▒na tekrar ├ž─▒kmak isterseniz jandarman─▒n dibindeki yolu tercih edebilirsiniz.

The next day, after I had my open buffet breakfast, I went to Kasimiye Madrasa. It locates in the different parts of the main traffic street among the old Mardin. You should walk down to the medrasa direction, keep in your mind walking down is enjoyful but not the reverse is. After visiting Kasimiye Madrasa, you can walk the shortest way near the police soldier, you can prefer- I did it.

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Mardin Day 2

CouchsurfingÔÇÖten kald─▒─č─▒m arkada┼č─▒mla kendisinin T├╝rk├že ├Â─črenme s├╝reci ├╝zerine sohbet ettik, kendisi ─░ngilizce ├Â─čretiyordu bir okulda. Sabah i┼či oldu─čunu ├Â─črendi─čim i├žin ├žok da rahats─▒zl─▒k vermemek i├žin kendisine daha sonra couch platformunda da payla┼čt─▒─č─▒m bir mesajla te┼čekk├╝r├╝m├╝ edip hala uyurken evden ├ž─▒kt─▒m. Sabah erken kalk─▒p gizemli ┼čehri ke┼čfetmeye ba┼čl─▒yordum.

I talked to my couch about his learning Turkish language in Mardin would host me a day. He was an English language teacher in a kindergarten. I didnt want to disturb him because I got learned he would be busy the next day. I left home early ÔÇôprobably he was sleeping with writing a message to host me at his home. I would start my explore the mysterious old city. Continue reading “Mardin Day 2”

Mardin day 1

Sadece a┼čina oldu─čum renkte bir yere gidecektim ve kaldi ki buralar─▒ neden bu kadar balland─▒ra balland─▒ra anlatt─▒klar─▒n─▒ merak ediyordum. Ne kadar farkl─▒ olabilirdi ki bu ┼čehir? Yok yok, kesinlikle abart─▒lm─▒┼čt─▒r diye d├╝┼č├╝nd├╝─č├╝m ├žok olmu┼čtur.

I was wondering very much about Mardin. I would see a familiar tone brown in Mardin, but people always talked so nice about the beautiful city. How different it could be? I was thinking the possibility of exaggeration of Mardin.

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Midyat

“Ger├žekten ├žok g├╝zel bir duyguydu. Bu birka├ž g├╝nl├╝k bu gezide saat kavram─▒n─▒ ortadan kald─▒rm─▒┼č olmak beni ├žok mutlu etti. Akl─▒mda hala eski Mardin, ├žantam─▒ al─▒p Midyat sokaklar─▒nda kaybolmaya ba┼člad─▒m.”┬á //

“It was very good feeling to have enough time that gives you a flexibility on your plans. I started to explore in the streets of Midyat, while my mind was in Mardin.”

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