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An overview of the city of Kutahya

Kutahya is one of Turkey’s cities, which is located in western Turkey, and overlooks the Porsuk River (English: Porsuk River), and its astronomical location is on the longitude (29,9872928), and on the latitude (39,4191505); In other words, it is equivalent to (29 ° 59 ′ 14,254 E), and (39 ° 25 شمال 8,942 N), knowing that it is an ancient city that has passed through its history through many stages of prosperity and decline according to the changes that occurred in the old trade routes; it was a Byzantine city The Middle Ages, and at the end of the eleventh century, fell under the occuAl Bahahn of the Seljuk Turks, either during the period between The years 1302 AD – 1429 CE, it became the capital of the Germanic Turkoman Emirate, and then it was annexed to the Ottoman Empire, but its importance as an industrial center emerged during the sixteenth century, where the manufacture of ceramics emerged, and flourished, and the city was the source that supplied the porcelain tiles, Churches, and other buildings.
The city went into a state of decline at the end of the nineteenth century, due to the development of the city of Eskisehir, which is close to it. However, it soon thrived and flourished again in the middle of the twentieth century with the development of industries in it, such as: sugar refining, pottery, and tanning Leather, carpet making, nitrate treatment, smoke tube manufacturing, and others. As for what made the city flourish industrial, it is porcelain made from a mixture of glass powder, clay, and quartz. This ceramics is found in most places in the city, as it decorates public fountains, S railways, old buildings and the different, which is a technical heritage famous, and well-founded.

Kutahya Creative City

In the city of Kutahya, the ceramics industry flourishes, and as previously mentioned, this industry is considered a city-specific heritage. Therefore, interest has emerged in the holding of workshops for this industry, its education for individuals, and according to statistics, it was held – starting from the year two thousand and sixteen workshops – And, which numbered about 435 workshops, ninety-five percent of them are interested in the ceramics industry, and it is worth noting that the city holds many events that promote this industry, including the competition that included thirty-three different countries. J aimed to develop the ceramic industry, and promotion.
There are two bodies in the city that focus on raw materials for the manufacture of ceramics, and are interested in them: the Center for Advanced Technology, and the Center for Ceramics and Ceramics for Research and Implementation, where these bodies focus on the necessary quality standards, and on the efficiency of the materials used in manufacturing, as well as manifestations of the interest of my city With creativity, and the development of ceramics is the allocation of old homes to craftsmen working in this craft, as well as its interest in promoting the city’s culture, preserving its heritage through nominating workers, and supporting them in the creative sector, by In addition, important cities are also decorated by ceramic craftsmen.

The most prominent landmarks of the city of Kutahya

The city of Kutahya includes many tourist attractions that distinguish it, including: Museum of the tiles located near the Great Mosque known as Ulu Cami (in Turkish: Ulu Cami), a museum that shows the past of the industrial city of Kutahya through its display of pottery of various kinds, shapes and forms, in addition to The distinctive court that was made in the city, and also in the museum is the tomb of Yaqoub Bey (one of the last leaders of the Ottoman sultans), which dates back to the fourteenth century, while the Ulu Cami Mosque is one of the most famous mosques in the city as well, and is located on the western end Of the Republic Street, which is known as (cumhuriyet caddesi), which is the main pedestrian street, and what distinguishes the mosque is the authentic Arabic calligraphy that adorns its walls with bright colors and attractive,
In addition to the above, there is also the Al-Awda Mosque, known as the “Dönenler Cami”, where this mosque was built in the fourteenth century, and what distinguishes it is the statue found in the front hall, which represents a dervish that appears to revolve, knowing that the mosque later became a meeting place Dervishes, as many mystic ceremonies are performed.

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