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Eskişehir Travel guide blog






ESKİŞEHİR

Geology

The topographic structure of Eskisehir is shaped by the fields of Sakarya and Porsuk bowls and the encompassing mountains. Bowl fields encompass Bozdağ, Sündiken mountain ranges from the north, Turkmen Mountain, Yazilikaya Plateau and Emirdağ which are situated on the eastern edge of the internal western Anatolian ruler from the west and south.

One of the territories is the timberlands of pine, oak, hornbeam, juniper, tar and fir trees. In non-woodland arrive, there are willow, aphrodite and poplar trees on the edges of the water.

Eskişehir has a mainland atmosphere when it is in Central Anatolia Region. The summers are hot and dry, and the winters are cool and blustery.

HISTORY

The main settlement in Eskişehir (Doryleaum) goes back to 3500 BC. The city was commanded by Hittites, Phrygians, Persians, Romans, Byzantines, Seljuks and Ottomans.

Established by the Phrygians on the banks of the Porsuk River in the principal thousand years before Jesus, Eskişehir is one of Turkey's most vital street intersections.

Yunus Emre and Nasrettin Hodja, Eskişehir meerschaum is notable for its boiling hot water assets which are useful for different fastnesses.

Eskisehir means to be an essential vacation destination focus with its common marvels, food and shopping offices and in addition social abundance.

Headings:

Regions of Eskisehir; Alpu, Beylikova, Çifteler, Günyüzü, Han, Inönü, Mahmudiye, Mihalgazi, Mihalıççık, Seyitgazi and Sivrihisar.

Seyitgazi: Seyitgazi is a rich history of 18 km. It is situated in the Bardakci town in the south east of the old city of Santabaris which was established in the Roman time frame on the antiquated street toward the south and is a religious focus that saved its hugeness in the Byzantine Age.

150 m on the slants confronting the east of the town of Üçler slope. Seyyit Battal Gazi Kulliye (mosque, tombs and imarethans) worked by Ümmühan Hatun, mother of 1.Alaattin Keykubad in the stature of 1207-1208. In the vicinity of 1511 and 1517, medrese structures included by the Ottomans advanced the verifiable surface of the town. 7 km to the district. It is conceivable to include Selçuklu Hamamı two Çeşme regions as vital verifiable landmarks, while Sücaeddin-i Veli Tomb situated at Arslanbeyli Village out there.

Han: 86 km from Eskişehir. The region is situated on the antiquated street out there set up by the Romans. In the Byzantine Period, delicate shake tombs under the ground were found in the town, a religious settlement territory.

Sivrihisar: The locale which has a rich history has turned out to be one of the imperative focuses of Hittite, Phrygian, Roman, Byzantine and Anatolian Seljuk periods. In the city where the Anatolian Seljuks were a furthest point and noteworthy open works were done, not very many of the works (8 mosques, 16 mosques, 5 hammams, 1 caravanserai, 2 kümbet, 8 wellsprings and 1 submachine)Haznedar Mosque, one of the most important historical monuments of the district, is located in the district center. Necibiddin Mustafa from the Anatolian Seljuks, who is the Treasurer (Finance Minister), is filled with miniatures inside the glass he built in his own name. Another important mosque in the center is the Kursunlu Mosque, which was built by Shaykh Baba Yusuf in 898, when the Seljuk mosque was destroyed. The glass has an elegant minaret and a fountain in front.
16 km from Sivrihisar. Pessinus is a Phrygian settlement in the village of Ballihisar in the east. The city also maintained its importance during the Romans period. Pessinus, a large and well-known city during his time, was famous for his rituals for the goddess Kybele and Attis as well as for the trade.
HOW TO GO?
Highway: Bus station is approximately 2 km from the city center. Away. All Municipal Buses can be reached from all districts of the city. There are also special services of the companies.
Railway: Eskisehir also has railway transportation.
PLACES TO VISIT
Traditional Eskisehir House
Nasrettin Hocan's House: Nasrettin Hoca, who has an important place in world humor literature, was born in 1208 in Sivrihisar's Hortu Village. Every year in Sivrihisar District and Hortu Village of Eskisehir, festivals commemorating Nasrettin Hodja and folk literature seminars are held on behalf of them.
Click For Video About Nasreddin Hoca ...
museums
Eskisehir Archaeological Museum
Ataturk and Culture Museum
Ottoman House Museum
Yunus Emre Museum
Seyitgazi Museum
Meerschaum Museum of Eskisehir Governorship:
In addition to the pipes, there are jewelery, memorabilia and articles of use made by handcrafting from cartouche, statuettes participating in national and international competitions. Four hundred works belonging to the artist are exhibited on the museum.
Historical sites
Frig Valley: 90 km from the ancient city of Eskişehir. It is located at the end of Yazılıkaya Village which is connected to Han district in the distance. During the period of the Phrygian Kingdom, the Kingdom of Lydia and the Persian Empire, many basic and structure remains were found. On the other hand, finds related to the presence of a city on the acropolis were found around the Midas Monument.
It was built on a rocky platform and in Early Bronze Ages Midas (Yazılıkaya), which had been inhabited, became the religious center of Phrygians. In the ancient city, rock embroideries they made with their own styles of Hittite cultures were encountered. There are 33 works in Yazılıkaya, which developed as Phrygian city after the Hittites, including castle walls, settlements, rock reliefs, rock monuments, water cisterns, altars, ridges, rock tombs, stepped monuments, niches and ancient roads belonging to Phrygian cultures. Although they are worn out due to natural conditions, they have reached the present day. In the Roman and Byzantine times most of the Phrygian works were destroyed for religious purposes, and rock shelters and rock tombs were built. The Phrygian rock monuments, symbolic of a temple on the rock surface, are devoted to the Phrygian religion, the symbol of the holy animal, the goddess Kybele, the only god. There are monuments, cult monuments, open air and nature temples, castles, tombs and other artifacts in the wooded part of the valley, reaching up to 25 villages from Çukurca village to Kümbet village. Pessinus: It is a city established in Ballıhisar Village of Sivrihisar District which is dedicated to mother goddess Kybele. Pessinus, known as the temple city, preserved its sanctity and importance during the Romans. Today there are city stadiums, theaters, temples, water canals and necropolis remnants. Archaeological excavations have been made in the ancient city since 1967. The excavated artifacts are exhibited in the museum in Ballıhisar. Doryleaum: Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine ages have lived here. The mound lies on the northern end of the city and east of Muttalip Village. Artifacts belonging to the Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine ages, which were excavated during the excavation of the mound and its skylines, are exhibited in the Archaeological Museum. Karacaşehir: It is 6 km to Eskişehir, an ancient city built in Rome and later Byzantine Period, which was fortified by the Ottomans. It is located on the southwest side of Karacaşehir Village. Today, the city's defense walls have been completely destroyed, only small pieces left from the towers of the east and west entrances. Headquarters buildings, cisterns and streets, house ruins are visible in the castle. Midas Monument: Located on the northeast side of Yazılıkaya platform facing the east, the monument is called Yazılıkaya, and some are called Midas Monument. The ancient city is named after this monument. The most important work of the city is the monument, the most spectacular of the Phrygian rock monuments, the region and the most important unique works of the world. Click for Video About Phrygians ... Shahh Shahabattin Tomb located to the west of Kulliye and Türbeler Kurşunlu Mosque and Şeyh Edebalı Türbesi belonging to the father-in-law of Osman Bey, the founder of the Ottoman State are important species of Eskişehir. Yunus Emre Complex and Tomb: It is located in Yunus Emre Municipality of Eskişehir Mihalıcçık District (Sarıköy). It passes near Eskisehir-Ankara railway. Yunus Emre is a people's love that invites people living in this world to love, unity and togetherness. "Let's be a bride, let's make it easy, love is love, this world does not belong to anybody", written on the front of the tombstone. Yunus Emre's philosophy of life is summarized in his words. Seyit Battal Kulliyesi: It is on the slopes facing east of Üçler Tepesi at the height of 150 meters in Seyitgazi District. This complex was dedicated to Sayyit Battal Ghazi (1207 - 1209). Protected Areas Deer Field Location: Eskisehir Property: A 10.5 hectare area of ​​yellow-cedar trees of 200-400 years old, 38-45 m in length and in a smooth and plentiful structure. Mağaralar Sarikaya Cave Location: Eskişehir, Mihalıççık District, Yalinkaya Village Eskişehir Mihalıççık Departure from Büyüdüz-Sasa-Yalinkaya direction to reach Yalımkaya village. From Yalinkaya you can go for an hour walk from the deep canyon of Domya. Properties: Total length 591 m. There are two entrances to the cave. There are three interconnected kattan. The bottom of the cave, with sand, gravel and debris at its base, is moist and dripping. These dripstones, which are continuing to form, are stalactites, stalagmites, plums, wall and curtain dripstones, dripstone ponds are mostly black and brown. The upper floors are fossil-shaped. It is not in the direction of dripstone. The cave has a cold and humid air. The upper floor has a temperature of 13ºC, 80% nausea, lower floor 10ºC, 90% nausea. Flintstone flakes, which show that the cave is used by people in prehistoric and historical periods, have finds and shapes such as ceramic and brick fragments and human bones. Yelinüstü Cave Location: Eskişehir, Günyüzü District, Kayakent Town Sivrihisar and Günyüzü are located in the southeast of the Sivrihisar Mountains, which lies between the Sakarya River. Ankara-Eskişehir or Ankara-Polatlı-Yunak roads can be reached to Kayakent Beldes. The cave is in the immediate vicinity of Kayakent Beldesin. Features: Total length 420 m. According to the entrance of the cave, the depth of the last point is -90 m. With a narrow gallery with small ups and downs on the right side of the entrance of the cave
The second division is passed. There are different dripstone formations in the hall covered with big blocks. The other two separate saloons with the same formations are opened. It is dry in all seasons except for dripping periods in rainy periods. In ancient times, cisterns and ponds were built to collect these waters. The inside temperature is 20ºC and the humidity is 70%. This cave, which has similar features to the Yelini Cave, also has shapes and reminders that it has been used by people for long periods. Yelini Cave Location: Eskişehir, Günyüzü District, Kayakent District It lies to the south of the Yelinüstü Cave and lies to the south of the Sivrihisar Dağları, which lies between the Cave Sivrihisar and Günyüzü Sakarya River. It can be reached from Ankara-Eskişehir or Ankara-Polatlı-Yunak Highways. Properties: Total length 271 m. The deepest point of the cave is -26 meters, according to the entrance. Damlataş and many rooms with large blocks falling down the ceiling and the room is divided into the cave, the views are covered with very beautiful dripstones. In general, the temperature decreases from the inlet to the end, increasing the humidity. The inlet has a temperature of 25.5ºC, a humidity of 45%, a temperature of 16.1ºC at the last flight, and a humidity of 79.5%. This cave, which has similar characteristics to Yelinüstü Cave, has features and reminders that it is used by people for long periods. In front of the cave, flintstone, chip, ax, spearheads were found on slopes and fields. In the entrance, various tools, bones and pottery pieces were found in the soil. In Salonda there are pools and cisterns with a depth of 2 meters and made of bricks. Kaplıcalar Sarıcakaya - Sakarılıca Thermal Tourism Center Location: It is in the district of Eskişehir İli Mihalgazi in Central Anatolia Region. Transportation: 33 km to Eskişehir. Away. Water Temperature: 56 ° C pH Value: 7.6 Properties: Hyperthermal is a hypotonic mineral water. Bicarbonate, sodium, magnesium, calcium, sulphate, nitrate Diseases Treated: Diseases such as diabetes, obesity, gout accumulate perspiration, while sugar and fat cleanse, acid urine is excreted in urine, prevents the growth of kidney stones. Air Sports In this camp where Turkish Aeronautical Training Center is located, all kinds of air sports can be done in the world standards in the presence of trainers and trainers. Bird Watching Area Türkmenbaba Mountain, Aliken, Balıkdamı, Sarıyar Dam and Hamam Mountain Bird Areas are located in Eskişehir. The Sakarya Basin is another bird watching area. WHAT TO EAT? We can count among the variety of local dishes such as Göceli Tarhana, eksşıl, çerkez köfte, raw börek, folding böreği. Video about Meerschaum WHAT SHOULD YOU BUY? The works made of lüle stone, pipe, jewelery are the best memorabilia to be taken from the place. Without visiting the Yazılıkaya (Midas Monument), without visiting the Sakarılıca Thermal Tourism Center, without looking at the taste of the city's most famous food, Çiğböre, before buying it from Meerschaum ... Do not return.

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