All the Eskişehir’s counties are settlements rich in history and culture. Among these is Mihalıççık where Yunus Emre, the pioneer of Turkish poetry, a minstrel and philosopher, were born, and the Yunus Emre Social Complex can be found here today.
Sivrihisar, a significant settlement during the Roman and Byzantine periods, is famous for artworks dating from the time of the Seljuk and Ottoman empires. The county is well-known for the tomb of Seyyid Battal Gazi, a saintly figure and warrior.
Located in central Eskişehir is Odunpazarı, the area where the first city is thought to have been established.
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