King Midas's tomb and Phrygian remains, Sehitgazi valley near Eskisehir. King Midas is popularly remembered in Greek mythology for his ability to turn everything he touched into gold. This came to be called the Golden touch, or the Midas touch.
Yazılıkaya, Eskişehir Yazılıkaya (lit. 'inscribed rock'), Phrygian Yazılıkaya, or Midas Kenti (Midas city) is a village in Eskişehir Province, Turkey known for its Phrygian archaeological remains and inscription mentioning Midas. The ancient remains are sometimes called the Midas Monument or Midas City and were formerly identified as the tomb of MidasYazılıkaya is about 27 km south of Seyitgazi, 66 km south of Eskişehir, and 51 km north of Afyonkarahisar.
In the city of Eskisehir, there is a village filled with historical beauty. In the mountains, you will find the gorgeous ruins of Yazilikaya.
Türkiye Eskişehir'in Tarihi ilçesi Sivrihisar ,Fotoğraf Üzerine 3 kez tıklayıp büyüterek izleyin. (Historic district of Eskişehir, Turkey Sivrihisar, follow enlarged photos by clicking on the 3 times.)
I was tidying the files on my computer this morning and found the photos of this pumpkin candies. I remember taking its pictures a few years ago when we bought it from a new dessert restaurant we discovered in Eskisehir. It is a special restaurant serving desserts of Antakya, Hatay (a city located on the …