Prof.Dr.Fahrettin Küçükay


Eskişehir Osmangazi Üniversitesi Tıp Fakültesi Hastanesi. Girişimsel Radyoloji bölümü. 1. kat. Büyükdere Mh. Osmangazi Üniversitesi Meşelik Kampüsü ESKİŞEHİR/TURKEY

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About Eskisehir

Eskişehir is a vibrant and historic city located in the northwestern part of Turkey. It is the capital of the Eskişehir Province and holds great significance both culturally and economically. Here are some key points about Eskişehir:

Cultural Heritage: Eskişehir has a rich cultural heritage, blending influences from various civilizations throughout history. The city's roots can be traced back to ancient times, with Hittite, Phrygian, and Roman settlements in the region. The historical and architectural remnants of these civilizations can still be explored today.

Education Hub: Eskişehir is known as an education hub, with several renowned universities and educational institutions. The presence of these institutions has created a vibrant and youthful atmosphere in the city. Students from various parts of Turkey and around the world come to Eskişehir for their studies, contributing to its diverse and lively environment.

Modern Infrastructure: Eskişehir has undergone significant development in recent years, with modern infrastructure and amenities. The city offers well-planned urban spaces, parks, recreational areas, and a well-connected transportation network. This makes it easy for residents and visitors to navigate and enjoy the city's attractions.

Porsuk River: Porsuk River is one of the most distinctive features of Eskişehir. It flows through the city center, dividing it into two parts. The river is surrounded by parks, walking paths, and charming bridges, creating a picturesque and tranquil atmosphere. Boat rides along the Porsuk River are a popular activity for locals and tourists alike.

Odunpazarı District: Odunpazarı is the historical district of Eskişehir, known for its well-preserved Ottoman-era houses. The district is a living museum, with narrow streets, traditional wooden houses, and vibrant art galleries. It offers a glimpse into the city's past and provides a unique cultural experience.

Museums and Art Scene: Eskişehir is home to various museums and art institutions that showcase its cultural and artistic heritage. The Eskişehir Modern Glass Art Museum, Eskişehir City Museum, and Meerschaum Museum are among the notable institutions where visitors can explore the city's artistic and historical treasures.

Festivals and Events: Eskişehir hosts a range of festivals and events throughout the year, adding to its vibrant atmosphere. The International Eskişehir Children's Theater Festival, International Eskişehir Film Festival, and International Eskişehir Festival are some of the prominent events that attract visitors from all over.

Cuisine: Eskişehir's culinary scene is known for its rich flavors and traditional Turkish dishes. Local delicacies such as "çibörek" (fried pastry filled with ground meat and onions) and "tarhana çorbası" (a fermented soup made from dried yogurt and grains) are popular among locals and visitors.

Eskişehir offers a unique blend of historical charm, cultural vibrancy, and modern amenities. With its rich heritage, educational institutions, natural beauty, and warm hospitality, the city welcomes visitors to explore its many attractions and experience its vibrant atmosphere.