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Apart from sharing a name with the founder of Melbourne and Gotham’s protector, Batman is best known for the beautiful old city of Hasankeyf that has been under threat of inundation in Turkey’s water management projects.

Batman gets an honourable mention in this article about going through the south-east of Turkey by dolmuş.

It includes the time I rode through Midyat, sticking my head out of a dolmuş and shouting ‘Batman, Batman’.

The wonderful ex-city of Hasan keyf

The wonderful ex-city of Hasankeyf

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2 Responses to “Batman”

  1. Enormousfish | 81 Provinces of Turkey | Adam Kaya Heskith | Author and Writer | Enormousfish Says:
    August 13th, 2014 at 7:09 am

    […] Şanlıurfa 64 Uşak 65 Van 66 Yozgat 67 Zonguldak 68 Aksaray 69 Bayburt 70 Karaman 71 Kırıkkale 72 Batman 73 Şırnak 74 Bartın 75 Ardahan 76 Iğdır 77 Yalova 78 Karabük 79 Kilis 80 Osmaniye 81 […]

  2. Enormousfish | The South-East by Dolmuş | Adam Kaya Heskith | Author and Writer | Enormousfish Says:
    September 6th, 2014 at 6:29 pm

    […] Some tall Selçuk minarets became visible. Then we crossed the Tigris River and the full glory of Hasankeyf appeared. A massive ruined bridge provided the foreground to a spectacular wall of fortresses, […]


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