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Sabanci City Museum

Gul Mahallesi Eski Hukumet Caddesi Merkez, Mardin, Turkey
+90 482 212 9396
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A modern museum

It is a gift to the city of Mardin by one of the biggest holdings of Turkiye, the Sabancı Group... read more

Reviewed 15 June 2017
Aykon
,
Istanbul, Turkey
A nice museum

You can find many historical and cultural things related to Mardin inside like arts and jobs from... read more

Reviewed 21 April 2017
Burak C
,
Istanbul, Istanbul, Turkey
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  • Excellent51%
  • Very good36%
  • Average10%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible1%
14 Jun 2017
“A modern museum”
21 Apr 2017
“A nice museum”
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Gul Mahallesi Eski Hukumet Caddesi Merkez, Mardin, Turkey
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+90 482 212 9396

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Reviewed 15 June 2017

It is a gift to the city of Mardin by one of the biggest holdings of Turkiye, the Sabancı Group. It shows historical life of the people who lived in Mardin in the past. You can see the ancient life, walk in the air conditioned...More

Thank Aykon
Reviewed 21 April 2017

You can find many historical and cultural things related to Mardin inside like arts and jobs from Mardin,paintings and pictures,statues from wax,objects from people and so on.The building is used to be military base and now hosting the museum.

Thank Burak C
Reviewed 2 January 2017

I really enjoyed my time here walking through the beautiful museam. It shows the old past of Mardin, its a great insight to the area.

Thank MR88Aus
Reviewed 14 June 2015 via mobile

Amazing stroll into the past. Ancient artifacts and sketching preserved for all to see. Of ever in Marson do see this Museum

Thank isikSLC
Reviewed 26 May 2015

the museum displays make clear how this region has been a significant area for thousands of years of multi-cultural settlement that, in more recent centuries, has provided a spiritual centre for communities of Eastern Christians of numerous creed amidst a series of dominantly Muslim authorities.

Thank Turktraveller
Reviewed 18 November 2014

I was impressed by a visit to this museum - I spent a couple of hours reviewing the contents, which included: an old photo collection; a European artist's works about Turkey; and an superb display of past life in Mardin. The staff here are to...More

1  Thank travellover077
Reviewed 20 October 2014

A lovely museum setting out the history of Mardin and also including its relationship with the surrounding area. A separate room houses an exhibition of photos from the late 19th century. All very interesting.

Thank CLB-1-10
Reviewed 7 July 2014

It is a small Museum, but well arranged.Its artifacts are very intersting, and well explained.Entrance fees are also cheap.You can take photos, which we did.Its the place to visit when you are in Mardin.

Thank Noris G
Reviewed 8 June 2014

Very small museum with a permanent expo area (very 'folksy' about local cooking etc.) and temporary expo which was a bit more interesting. Only 2 lira to get in though.

Thank fmackUk
Reviewed 3 May 2014

The enchantment of the East, oriental history captured through great maps, timelines and meticulously preserved artifacts. A walk through history .

Thank ushatr
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