Seven Journeys to Anatolia: Episode V

THE CELTIC ENIGMA   Celts, the indigenous people of Europe, faced oppression from the Romans during the 4th century BC. As a result, some Celts migrated through the Balkans and across the Bosphorus to Central Anatolia. According to historical records, Ankara was first established by the Celts and made their …

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Eskisehir

In spite of the fact that Eskişehir (Old City) is the second largest city in the Central Anatolia after Ankara, it does not look so by its appearance. Almost the whole city is new except for Odunpazari quarter that is situated on a comparatively high location. This name Eskişehir is …

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