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Once upon a time in Mardin. A stone walled city perched a thousand feet high on a rocky mountainside overlooking the timeless valleys of ancient Mesopotamia.

Once upon a time in Mardin. A stone walled city perched a thousand feet high on a rocky mountainside overlooking the timeless valleys of ancient Mesopotamia.

A “city of the Sun” whose rays penetrate through the narrow streets creating shapes of shadows and light. Bonded to each other, the houses, the mosques, the churches and the courtyards, from above, look like small boxes climbing silently along the steep side of the mountain, as if they wanted to reach the sun.

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