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Already the city has the single highest growth rate in the country, with many indigent farmers and absentee landlords from the nearby Harran plain returning with the promise of making the city the center of Turkey's new Fertile Crescent.Restaurants are packed with locals and foreigners dining on the famed Urfa kebab of Turkish Cuisine and other delights of the area.The city was finally sacked by the Kurdish Zengi dynasty in 1146.Following the standard Mongol conquest of the Middle East, ancient Edessa disappeared from history in the 13th century, reemerging only in the present century.Thanks for its survival should go to the local population who brilliantly resisted French attempts to include it in greater Syria during Ottoman period.Like many of the other towns which offered resistance at the time of War of Liberation, Urfa has received the honorific "Sanli" (Honored) to append to its name.According to both the Bible and Quran it is the birthplace of Abraham before his migration to Canaan, now Palestine.Local Muslim legend differs from that of the other great monotheistic faiths by the intervention of one vicious and cruel King Nimrod, who had Abraham launched from a catapult from the city's citadel to fall into a pile of burning wood. Ibrahim) lived in this city, which in ancient times known as Edessa, and Moses (Hz.
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This is an Anatolian city which has figured in all the religions of the book. Pagan temples were converted to synagogues, synagogues to churches and churches to mosques, resulting in a uniquely eclectic architecture.
The city's history, is far more complex than mere legendary myths.
The province of Urfa covers the plateau which connects Anatolian peninsula to the Arabian peninsula and has a surface area of 18,584 square kilometers.
The province has 10 districts (Akcakale, Birecik, Bozova, Ceylanpinar, Halfeti, Harran, Hilvan, Siverek, Suruc and Viransehir) and 772 villages (köy in Turkish).The economy of the province depends upon agriculture and animal husbandry.