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Gelinkaya - Town in Mardin Province, Turkey
"Gelinkaya is a town in Midyat district of Mardin Province, Turkey. The town is situated at 37°25′N 41°16′E in Southeastern Anatolia. Turkish state highway D.380 is to the north and Midyat is to the east of the town. The distance to Midyat is about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi). The population of Gelinkaya is 5203 as of 2011. The area around Gelinkaya was frequently plundered by the Assyrians in the ancient ages. Later the area was annexed by various states including the Roman Empire. After the 7th century the area was annexed by the Arabs During the reign of Al-Ma'mun of Abbasids, a series of settlements including Gelinkaya were founded by Arabs and Turks. In 1994 Gelinkaya was declared a seat of township. Cereal, lentil and grapes are the main agricultural crops. - Wikipedia"