Mardin is the pearl of Turkey's southeastern region, a wonderland of traditional stone houses steeped in countless cultural and historical gems.
When I first stepped foot in the province, I was greeted by a large paving slab inscribed with the message that Mardin is "akin to the first line in a fairy tale" – every visitor pens their own tale of wonder in this mesmerizing city. If anything, my incredibly short two-day visit to this realm served as merely the prologue of my own Mardin fairytale.
I started to feel butterflies the moment my plane prepared for take-off from Istanbul – not due to my vertigo – but rather, the joy of setting off to discover this dreamy world. I have always wondered about the mystical vibes emanating from its traditional stone houses. Due to the capricious nature of the December winds, our plane had a harsh landing. But after a two-hour journey, I could hardly wait to see the ancient town.
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