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Nasreddin Hodja

– NASREDDIN HODJA – The man who made the world laugh and think. Nasreddin Hodja is one of the most important characters of our history. Although it is not known


Sivrihisar Castle

Sivrihisar Yazıcıoğlu castle was firstly built by Frigs. It was developed during Roman period, and it protected its importance in Seljuks. It was also repaired by Ottomans many times. The


Sivrihisar Grand Mosque

– ULU MOSQUE – Sivrihisar Ulu Mosque is in the town centre. It is a work of Seljuks. It was built by Emineddin Mikail. one of disciples of Mevlana Celaleddini


Sivrihisar Clock Tower

THE CLOCK TOWER Sivrihisar is famous for its clock tower. The Clock Tower is very old. The Clock Tower was built by Mr. Mahmut in 1900. It ‘s big and


Sivrihisar Martyrdom

– Sivrihisar’s Martyrdom Monument – When Greek soldiers occupied Sivrihisar, 40-50 Turkish Raiders struggled with Greeks. Although Greek Unity was more crowded than Turkish Unity. Turkish Unity won this straggle


Surp Yerrortutyun Armenian Church

– Sivrihisar Armenian Church – The Armenian Church was built in 1881 by Armenians. It is in the town centre, on Kevser street. It was built by using stone materials


Pessinus Antique City

Sivrihisar, Ballıhisar – Pessinus Antique Ruins Antique pessinus city is in the border of Ballihisar village which is in the South of Sivrihisar. Pessinus is a Phrygia city which was founded


Akbash Shepherd’s Dog

– Sivrihisar Akbash Shepherd Dog – The Akbash Dog is Turkish equivalent of other white shepherd dog breeds used from north Africa to west Europe. These white dogs were first


Welcome to Sivrihisar Website

Sivrihisar Culture Portal, Wellcome to Sivrihisar Internet Website. Introduction of Sivrihisar, Information About Sivrihisar In this address, ” https://sivrihisar.web.tr “ Sivrihisar is the largest district of Eskisehir and folk philosopher Nasreddin


History of Sivrihisar

History of the town goes back to Hittite- the first Turkish civilizaiton in Anatolia. The town was named as “Sallpa” during Hittite period. It became the residential area of Phrygians