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  1. Mersin - Wikipedia

    Mersin (pronounced ) is a large city and a port on the Mediterranean coast of southern Turkey. It is part of an interurban agglomeration – the Adana-Mersin Metropolitan Area – and lies on the western part of Çukurova , a geographical, economic, and cultural region.

  2. Talk:Tarsus, Mersin - Wikipedia,_Mersin

    Tarsus, MersinTarsus – per WP:PRIMARYTOPIC: "Tarsus" is overwhelmingly associated with the city in Cilicia, from its importance in Christian history alone. The other primary terms, Tarsus (skeleton) and Tarsus (eyelids) , are too technical, and the other occurences are named for the city.

  3. Tarsus Arena - Wikipedia

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Tarsus Arena (Turkish: Tarsus Spor Salonu) is a multi-sport indoor arena at Tarsus in Mersin Province, Turkey. Built in 1990, it is owned by the Youth Services and Sports Directoriate of Mersin and has a seating capacity of 1,500. It was renovated and modernized for use by the 2013 Mediterranean Games.

    • 1,500
    • Youth Services and Sports Directoriate of Mersin
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  5. Adana–Mersin railway - Wikipedia

    On January 20, 1883, the Ottoman Government gave a concession to develop railways in Cilicia to two Turkish men. But they could not proceed alone so they sold a part of their rights to a group of English and French investors. This action led to establishment of the MersinTarsus – Adana Railway (MTA), a French company headquartered in London. The line was quickly constructed and completed in 1886 with the line opening on August 2, 1886.

  6. Kumdere, Tarsus - Wikipedia,_Tarsus

    it is situated in the southern slopes of the Toros Mountains and to the west It is situated to the west of Turkish state highway D.400. Its distance to Tarsus is 32 kilometres (20 mi) and to Mersin is 55 kilometres (34 mi). Its population was 224 as of 2012.

    • 184 m (604 ft)
    • Turkey
  7. Saint Paul's Church, Tarsus - Wikipedia's_Church,_Tarsus

    Saint Paul's Church, Tarsus. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Saint Paul's Church is a former Greek Orthodox church in Tarsus, Mersin Province, Turkey . Church of Saint Paul.

  8. Tarsus – Wikipedia,_Turkiet

    Tarsus (klassisk grekiska Ταρσός, Tarsos, hettitiska Tarsa) är en stad i Kilikien i södra Turkiet, belägen på ett bördigt slättland mellan Taurusbergen norr om staden och Medelhavskusten några mil söderut, vid floden Kydnos (nu Tarsus Çay). Staden tillhör provinsen Mersin och hade 241 876 invånare i slutet av 2011. [1]

  9. Mersin - Wikipedia

    Mersin je veliki grad i luka na mediteranskoj obali južne Turske. Dio je međugradske aglomeracije Metropolitanskog područja Adana-Mersin. Grad se nalazi u zapadnom dijelu geografske, kulturne i privredne regije Čukurova. Naziv je dobio po aromatičnoj biljci Mirsin iz porodice jagorčevina.

  10. Tarsus (

    Tarsus, Mersin (Wikipedia). Encyclopedia entry on Tarsus. Tarsus pictures – Turkey (Dick Osseman). Gallery of photographs of Nemrut Dag. Cleopatra’s Gate in Tarsus (Turkish Archaeological News). Describes the city’s famous gate. The Roman City of Tarsus in Cilicia and its Terracotta Figurines (Les Carnets de l’ ACoSt). A more technical discussion of certain finds from the site.

  11. Lista localităților din provincia Mersin - Wikipediaăților_din...

    Aceasta este lista localităților din Provincia Mersin, Turcia, după districte. Primele patru districte (Akdeniz, Mezitli, Toroslar și Yenișehir) sunt de fapt pare a Mersinului Mare. În secțiunile de mai jos, prima localitate din fiecare listă este centrul administrativ al districtului