Kutahya Merkez Driving: Suitable, Running: Suitable, Cycling: Suitable
The blue melancholy Turkey, the colorful Kutahya. A small town with a population of only 100,000, along the beautiful banks of the Polsuk River, has a long history of pottery. In the Roman Empire, people made pottery, the rule of Byzantine Emperor Justinian I, Seljuk Turk, Crusaders, Gaelic The Miyang Dynasty and the Timurid Empire experienced countless years of change and were incorporated into the Ottoman Empire until 1428. During this period of time, a large number of Armenian Christians settled here, engaged in the production of bricks and ceramics, making the city a famous ceramic industry center in Turkey. The mushroom has found a superb gift. There is a pomegranate flower in the world. The father claims to have only an exhibition in the Hong Kong Museum!