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Mardin is a magical city. As for the last day coming: Thanks for your work!!! Since I write the city was known is Assyrian times Francois teaches me an interesting lesson, that is that the Assyrians were Christians. Many thanks for that.

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There is a small but nice covered bazar and the town has a couple of fine mosques and a number of medreses or Koran Schools, most with fine stonework. History never ceases to amaze me. Francois, If I even feel like having my personal censor I’ll think of you. Mardin Sehidiye Medinresesi Your pictures very nice. I can still hear the donkey riders moving on the market and hollering “sakiin” meaning “watch out” and us kids running out of the way in kind of awe although initial schock left itself to nonchalant taribi comes the donkey” additude pretty quickly.

Die Bilder die sie gemacht haben,finde tarhi toll,vorallem mit den kindern von Mardin. Hundreds of years BC Christians were building this city.

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I am Dutch, I don’t claim any of your? Dick Osseman Dec My parents are from Mardin and I lived there only a few years during my early chidhood. It certainly existed in Assyrian times.


Becase they know what is good. I saw that you talk about a syrian monastry but i think its probably an Assyrian moanstry not Syrian but nice pictures,thanks Erdem.

Much of the city clings to the rise of the rock, though it seems to be spreading into the tatihi hills also. But I am little bit disappointed, because you haven’t been to Midyat as for as I see. Mardin view from Sultan Isa Medresesi This is your Turkey it is build on the blood of our grandfather and the last day is comming.

I will go to this city but i have a question.

I think mankind will happily go on spilling blood all over the world until some other species takes over after having spilled all the remaining human blood, I am sure. I think next time I feel like deleting some messages I will keep them in place insetead, so you can get a taste of what some of my guests have in store for their opponents like Christians.

Among them were my grandparents. I should not delete messages as long as they come from you, I supposebut the kid pics are “no good”.

Mardin Nebi Medresesi They have nice houses along them. For all i know i visited a bishop in a monastery several miles out of town.

The best teacher I ever had was in Ataturk elementary school I think her name was Halise Aytekinand visiting her in her home was really a great experience for a 10 year old.

And next time you write, no “dear Dick” please. I really can’t remember how many stairs there was to climb it, military built an ascelator, but we as kids liked it better to climb it.

Mardin Kasim Pasha Medresesi b. So dear Dick, go on and delete all messages, because the photos of stones are very nice but seeing children in the way in the photos you are posting or someone else is not good. Nonetheless, the view from the mosques and hotels in town over the plain to syria is magnificient, espeically in spring when everything is green!


So now the kids should go? But how long, you write threateningly. Dear Dick Osseman, I want to thank you for such a wonderful work!!!

Maalesef it’s a military installation but insallah one day it will be open to the public. Your pictures bring back many memories including the one when I and my 2 sisters were lost in the wonderful narrow and winding alleys of Mardin,so beautifully captured in your photographs, while trying to go to my aunt’s house which was only a few blocks away.

I also have slides from an earlier visit of a walk to the monastery of Mar Txrihi, 6 kilometers from the city, a Syrian Orthodox monastery now housing an orphanage. Your messages why two of them? As usual I present the pictures now, and will add some comments in the days to come. In mei willen we ook naar Hasankeyf gaan, aan jouw foto’s te zien moet dit de moeite waard zijn! Name Name Email help private comment. Mardin Kasim Pasha Medresesi Hope to see more.

Bora Tari Dec Emre Islamoglu Apr As for this being “my” Turkey: From the city one looks South over the Syria n plain. In particular, because now someone else will tairhi back with another message about the Kurds, I pressumeand another maybe that one will be from an osman, whatever that maybeand after a while they become so bad I have to delete the whole bunch again.

It is a very joy to see these photos now showing part of our roots.