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Capital: ANKARA

Region:  Transcontinental country,
located mostly on Anatolia in Western Asia
and on East Thrace in Southeastern Europe.
Area Total: 783,562 km2 
Coast Line: Black Sea, The Sea of Marmara, Aegean Sea, Mediterranean Sea
Capital: ANKARA
Hasankeyf, Batman the 12th-century Artukid capital, offers a unique combination of medieval urban structures and natural rock formations and caves.
Throughout history, Hasankeyf has been a melting pot of Western, Persian and Central Asian cultures, and is adorned with a citadel, mosques, tomb sand ruined historic bridges. Hasankeyf is located in a valley between the Midyat Mountain Range and the Raman Mountains to the north.
Ulu Mosque (Grand Mosque)
Built in 1325 by the Ayyubid leader Muciruddin Muhammed over the ruins of a church, the Grand Mosque has under gone many changes over the years. The minbar is preserved at the Hasankeyf  Excavation House, while the partially collapsed minaret is made of rubble. The northern face features plaster ornamentation and a plaster inscription dated 1520.
Ancient arcade
There are approximately 4000 caves in the Hasankeyf Citadel and along the valleys that surround the city. Some of these are naturally formed, while others are manmade.
The people of Hasankeyf have long used these caves as dwellings.
Malabadi Bridge
The Malabadi Bridge has the widest arch of any stone bridge, and is the twin of the famous Mostar Bridge (Bosnia and Herzegovina).
The bridge was built in 1147 by the Artukid Timur Taş, son of Ilgazi, grandson of Artuk. The most striking feature of the bridge is that it is set at an angle to the river, so there are angular breaks in the east and west approaches. The spandrels of the main arch incorporate small rooms for travelers.
Like other important Artukid bridges, the bridge is decorated with human figures that represent the zodiac, and who hold unidentifiable objects in their hands.
Perde Pilavi
Perde Pilavı (veiled rice) is the regional dish of Siirt and is endowed with cultural and
symbolic significations. It is also popular in Batman. Perde Pilavı ingredients include rice, chicken, almonds, currants and nuts.
Bread forms an important part of Batman cuisine. Varieties known as ‘kıçıl’ and ‘tiftik’ are baked in stove ovens in Batman’s smaller districts and villages, while ‘tandır’, the local specialty, is baked in a pit.
View of the Tigris River in Hasankeyf, seen from the Citadel.
Reed covered restaurants serve fresh river fish along other regional specialties.

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