Mersin province is in southern Turkey, on the Mediterranean coast between Antalya and Adana. The provincial capital is the city of Mersin and the other major town is Tarsus, birthplace of St Paul. The former name of the province was İçel. In 2002, the province's name was changed to Mersin to match the provincial capital's name, as is the case for all Turkish provinces except three. The province retained the license plate number of 33, İçel having been the 33rd in the alphabetical order of Turkish province names, when there were only 67 provinces in Turkey.
Manufactures and retails jewellery. Company profile, online catalog, and contact details.
A short and descriptive guide for Mersin and environs.
Eastern Mediterranean University
Provides information on their research, academics and administration with an option to apply online.
Mersin City Guide
Where to stay and visit with extensive photo gallery.
Mersin Free Zone (MESBAS)
Situated on the Mediterranean coast at Akdeniz, adjacent to the Mersin port. Includes information about the city, the zone, its privileges, user companies and user association MESBAK.
Waterfront location at Yenisehir, between the old and the new city, surrounded by gardens with palm trees.
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