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While the ruins themselves are wonderful to see, we were incredibly unprepared for our visit (we rented a car and went on our own without a tour) and were therefore unable to see everything. If you do the same, you should allot a significant amount...More
This is the best place to see in the area!!! Especially the graveyards with real human bones!! is amazing. Despite the poor facility, the place next to it serves very refreshing "ayran" and delicious "gozleme".
Dara was an important border town in various periods of history, especially during the Sassanid period.
It preserves a beautiful necropolis and church in an evocative place that deserves to be further excavated. The entrance is free and is located with a small detour on...More
they were awsome lovely girls that they said all history of the place
all europen and us guys your granddads was living here for thosunds of years make yor search you ll hit the story unbelievable .
amazing i live in new york but forget...More
It's a little out of the way,you need car to reach here,I don't know about transport options.Ruins are mainly cemetaries,it looks little like Cappadocia.You should also visit water cistern nearby the main ancient city site.
This is Mesopotamia. The ruins are worth visiting just from a historical perspective, and the necropolis is impressive and fully excavated. The cisterns too are an engineering masterpiece, but don't expect to see the city, most of which lies beneath the soil and silt of...More