Kızkalesi is a town in Mersin Province, Turkey. The town, known in Antiquity as Corycus or Korykos, is named after the ancient castle built…
Cennet and Cehennem are the names of two large sinkholes in the Taurus Mountains, in Mersin Province, Turkey.
Gilindire Cave, also known as Aynalıgöl Cave, is a cave in Aydıncık, Mersin, southern Turkey. It was discovered by a shepherd in 1999.
Kanlıdivane is an ancient city situated around a big sinkhole in Mersin Province, Turkey.
Saint Paul's Church is a former Greek Orthodox church in Tarsus, Mersin Province, Turkey.
Mamure Castle is a medieval castle in the Anamur District of Mersin Province, Turkey.
These ruins belong to the ancient Greek city that has been abandoned in the 7th century. The fortification wall is remarkably preserved.
Akkale is the popular name given to ruins of a building complex in Kumkuyu town of Erdemli district, Mersin Province, Turkey
Alahan Monastery is a complex of fifth century buildings located in the mountains of Isauria in southern Asia Minor.
Nusret was a naval ship of the Ottoman Navy, which served as a minelayer during the Gallipoli Campaign, and later fulfilled various roles…
Kilise Tepe is a mound in Mersin Province, Turkey. It was formerly known as Maltepe.
Aya Tekla Church, also known as Aya Thecla or Aya Thekla, is a ruined historic church of the Byzantine period.
Meydancık Castle is a castle ruin in Mersin Province, Turkey. The original name was Kirshu and the name of the ruin during Ottoman times…