The name Eskişehir literally means Old City in Turkish; indeed, the city was founded by the Phrygians in about 1000 BC. Many Phrygian artifacts and sculptures can still be found in the city's archeological museum. There is also a museum of meerschaum stone, whose production remains still notable, used to make high quality meerschaum pipes. In the fourth century AD the city moved about ten km northeast, from Karacahisar to Şehirhöyük.
Whenever it was mentioned by ancient geographers, the city was described as one of the most beautiful in Anatolia.
As with many towns in Anatolia, Christianity arrived after Constantine the Great made it the official religion of the Roman Empire. Beginning in the 4th century, records exist of bishops holding office in Eskişehir. The city was known as Dorylaeum in that period. One of these bishops, Eusebius, was heavily involved in shaping the evolving dogma of the church.
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bayno (18344) 2011-12-16 21:51
Hi Zekai, I like the curve and perspective, beautiful light and lovely reflection, nice color too, excellent sharpness and depth for well see all the nice details, have a good day, valter
cargus (9602) 2011-12-16 22:03
Une excellente composition, scène intéressante darchitecture, de belles couleurs, bien encadré et rendu, image bien fait.!!
jadesgran (5369) 2011-12-16 23:13
A well composed photo with a lovely curve into the scene.Good colouring and great reflections in the water.Well Done!
Kind Regards Gladys.
umutlu101 (13547) 2011-12-17 1:16
güzel ve bol renkli bir porsuk fotografi.
lousat (83400) 2011-12-19 14:59
Hi Zekai,great capture in the best moment whit the best light for the best reflections,a colorfull surrounding composition very original and at the top of quality,i like it! Have a nice day and thanks,Luciano.
TRB (13924) 2011-12-25 7:10
yansımaları ve renkli görüntüsü ile güzel çalışma, tebriker, elinize sağlık.