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Harry 07 Oct 2022
Oxford

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Travelled alone - Oct 2022
Mehmet was an insightful and considerate guide. The tour was full of opportunities to gain insights into the area and its history, and Mehmet is very knowledgeable about the ins and outs of all the places we either walked past or into. 10/10!
Gaziantep Coppersmith Bazaar an Historical and Legendary Journey
Aws 01 Jul 2022
Brussels

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Travelled alone - Jun 2022
Mr Mehmet showed me his love to his city, its history, he even recommended places to eat local food for affordable prices.
Gaziantep Coppersmith Bazaar an Historical and Legendary Journey
Sib 08 May 2022
─░stanbul

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Travelled in couple - May 2022
Sait was a well informed historian of religions, kind, punctual and respectful. The place could not be found without an experienced local guide. A rare gem to be discovered.
Doliche, an ancient city at the crossroads of civilizations.
Steven 07 May 2022
New York

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Travelled in couple - May 2022
I was researching ancient civilizations and surprised to discover a specialist living in the location where many of them intersected. I wish I had the opportunity to take my students to these places. We should support tour guides who choose to introduce undiscovered gems over popular destinations. Thank you Mehmet Sait. ­čĆć
Doliche, an ancient city at the crossroads of civilizations.
Sib 07 Apr 2022
─░stanbul

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Travelled alone - Apr 2022
Mehmet Said is a well-informed, talented, and enthusiastic young guru. He is well-versed in all aspects of the Zeugma mosaics, having remarked on them both historically and mythologically. More people joined us in the museum to hear him speak. A man once provoked him by asking a short statement in ancient Greek (nearly unnoticed) on an artwork. I predicted that he would fail in the end. But he knelt, deciphered the text, explained the meaning, and added a comment. I inquired as to whether he was conversant in Greek. "No, but I dechipered the characters using the Kiril alphabet and the meaning using spanish and english, they resemble.ÔÇŁ He replied. Actually Nothing was resembling nothing for me. :) He also led me to a little, inexpensive restaurant in the area. I'd never had such a flavor before. I'd say it was superior to my mother's cooking. He took me to a baklava shop before departing, the seller offered us a piece of baklava to try. I passed out as it melted in my mouth. I've never tasted such a delicious dessert before. Incredible. I can't put into words what I'm feeling. We agreed to meet up again to view some other landmarks. I strictly recommend that you go to Gaziantep and to meet this guide.
Free Tour through The Biggest Mosaic Museum in the world "Zeugma"