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Mersin Archaeological Museum
Mersin Archaeological Museum
Gazi mah, Adnan Menderes Blv. No:54, 33130 Yenişehir/Mersin
Mersin Archaeological museum, which opened in 2017, is one of the best in provincial Turkey and will help you to put much of what you've seen along the coast in perspective. In eight halls over two floors it exhibits finds from nearby
Mersin Naval Museum
Mersin Naval Museum
Gazi, 33130 Yenişehir/Mersin
While it may not sound like much of a crowd-pleaser, this museum near the landmark Muğdat Mosque has some fine exhibits (both display case and multimedia ones) tracing Turkey's presence on the seas, starting in the 11th century
Mersin Museum Of ATATÜRK House
Mersin Museum Of ATATÜRK House
Siteler, 36. Cadde 4744"K, 33040 Akdeniz/Mersin
Along the pedestrianised section of Atatürk Caddesi Mersin is a museum in a beautiful six-room villa where Atatürk spent 11 days in October 1925. It's full of photographs, clothes and other artefacts from his life, but essentially it
Mersin Italian Catholic Church
Mersin Italian Catholic Church
Yeni, Uray Cd. No:12, 33050 Akdeniz/Mersin
The Italian Catholic Church is one of the most important reflections of multicultural life in Mersin, which hosts many different cultures and civilizations. Unlike other Anatolian cities, the population of Mersin consisted mainly of
Aziz Cebrail Aziz Mikail Rum Ortodoks Kilisesi in Mersin
Aziz Cebrail Aziz Mikail Rum Ortodoks Kilisesi in Mersin
Kültür, 33010 Akdeniz/Mersin
The first settlers in Mersin since the mid-19th century were Greek Orthodox from the islands and Cappadocia, and Arab Orthodox from Syria and Lebanon. Until the 1840s, the Ottoman administration called all Christian Orthodox Christians in
TAŞUCU – Silifke – Mersin
TAŞUCU – Silifke – Mersin
Taşucu, İsmet İnönü Cd. No:51, 33900 Silifke/Mersin
Taşucu, the port of Silifke, is a pleasant mix of working port and low-key tourist resort with a quiet beach. The town lives for the ferries to Girne (Kyrenia) in Northern Cyprus. Hotels put up travellers, while car ferries and hydrofoils
Silifke Castle
Silifke Castle
Pazarkaşı, 33950 Silifke/Mersin
Silifke’s most impressive sight is the medieval fortress that overlooks the city from a high hill. The Byzantine castle, which has 23 towers and underground storage rooms that can still be seen, was used by both the Byzantines and the
Stone Bridge Of Silifke
Stone Bridge Of Silifke
Gazi, İlhan Akgün Cd. No:1 D:1, 33960 Silifke/Mersin
The stone bridge of Silifke over the Göksu dates back to AD 78, and has been restored many times.
Göksu Delta & Around
Göksu Delta & Around
Kurtuluş, 33940 Silifke/Mersin
Immediately south of Silifke is the Göksu Delta (above), a renowned wetland area that is rich in birdlife. East of Silifke, the slopes of the maquis- covered Olbian Plateau, one of Turkey’s richest areas for archaeological sites
Narlıkuyu – Mersin
Narlıkuyu – Mersin
Narlıkuyu Mahallesi Hürriyet Caddesi No :41 / A, 33920 Silifke/Mersin
About 3km east of Atakent, Narlıkuyu is a pretty village in Mersin  set around a rocky harbour ringed with fish restaurants. An underground stream flows into the little cove, making some areas of the sea refreshingly cool
Kanlıdivane Ancient City Mersin
Kanlıdivane Ancient City Mersin
Kumkuyu, Kanlı Divane Cd., 33750 Ayaş Bld./Erdemli/Mersin
About 8.5km northeast of  Kızkalesi at Kumkuyu is the 33-54, the road leading 3km to the ruins of Kanlıdivane, the ancient city of  Kanytelis. Central to Kanlıdivane (Crazy Place of Blood) is a 60m-deep chasm where criminals were said
Adamkayalar (Men of rock) Mersin
Adamkayalar (Men of rock) Mersin
Kızkalesi, 33790 Erdemli/Mersin
Tricky to get to, but well worth the effort, is Adamkayalar (Men Rock Cliff), 17 Roman-era reliefs carved on a cliff face about 8km north of Kızkalesi. They are part of a 1st-century-AD necropolis and immortalise warriors wielding axes
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