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Mardin, Turkey

Mardin is one of 81 primary administrative regions in Turkey with a population of approximately 779,738 people.

Facts and figures on Mardin at a glance

Region name: Mardin (Mardin)
Status: Primary administrative region
Population: 779,738 people
Country: Turkey
Continent: Asia

The regional headquarters of Mardin (Mardin) is located in the regional capital Mardin (Mardin) with a population of 71,373 people.

The distance as the crow flies from Mardin's regional capital Mardin to Turkey's capital Ankara (Ankara) is approximately 745 km (463 mi).

Facts and figures about Mardin
RegionPopulationRegional capitalPopulation
Mardin Mardin779,738 peopleMardin Mardin71,373 people

Compare with other regions in Turkey.

Map of Mardin

Map of Mardin

Information on Mardin

Information on Mardin
Region nameRegional capitalSubregionsCountryContinent
Mardin MardinMardin Mardin11TurkeyAsia

Time in Mardin

Time in Mardin
Current timeSummer time (DST)Standard timeCurrent timezone offsetTimezone
Tue, 17 Oct 2017 - 7:01amNoTue, 17 Oct 2017 - 7:01amUTC +2.0Europe/Istanbul

Geographic coordinates of Mardin

Latitude & Longitude of Mardin
PositionLatitude (width)Longitude (length)
Show on map37°19'03.9"N (37.3177500°)40°42'55.2"E (40.7153300°)

Subregions in Mardin

There are 11 administrative subregions in Mardin.
Subregions in Mardin
RegionNoPopulationRegional capitalCapital population
Artuklu Artuklu1.148,066--
Dargecit Ilcesi Dargeçit İlçesi2.28,891--
Derik Ilcesi Derik İlçesi3.61,226--
Kiziltepe Ilcesi Kızıltepe İlçesi4.225,888--
Mardin Ilcesi Mardin İlçesi5.86,948Mardin Mardin71,373
Mazidagi Ilcesi Mazıdağı İlçesi6.33,083--
Midyat Ilcesi Midyat İlçesi7.105,456--
Nusaybin Ilcesi Nusaybin İlçesi8.115,380--
OEmerli Ilcesi Ömerli İlçesi9.15,045--
Savur Ilcesi Savur İlçesi10.29,826--
Yesilli Ilcesi Yeşilli İlçesi11.16,877--

External sources of information on Mardin

Mardin on Wikipedia