Mardin is an enchanting city situated in Southeastern Anatolia, Turkey. The city is demonstrating an architectural heritage, cultural wealth, and religious diversity. Mardin was built by Hamdanis in 975-976. The citadel of Mardin with its excellent stonework stands on a hill dominating the city. This is amongst the best cities to visit in Turkey. This highly addictive tourist spot records over 4 million visitors annually. The Ulu Mosque, Forty Martyrs Church, Kasımiye Medresesi, and Zinciriye Medresesi are some of the notable places to visit in Mardin.