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Enez Castle
Turkey

Genuesische Burg von Enez.

Direkt an der türkisch-griechischen Grenze liegt der kleine Ort Enez. Bereits in der griechischen Antike war der Ort unter dem Namen Ainos durch seinen Mittelmeerhafen zu Wohlstand gekommen. Später gehörte der Ort zu Pergamon und wurde an die Römer vererbt. Der Kaiser des Oströmischen Reiches (Justinian) ließ die Stadt zu einer Festung ausbauen. Unter Niccolo Gattilusio gehörte die Stadt einer genuesischen Patrizierfamilie, was 1379 auch vom Kaiser in Byzanz anerkannt wurde. Nach der Eroberung Konstantinopels im Jahre 1453 und dem Zusammenbruch von Byzanz, wurde Enez von Sultan Mehmed II. persönlich besetzt. Heute ist Enez eine kleine ruhige Stadt mit etwas lokalem Tourismus. In der Nähe gibt es flache Buchten und Salztümpel mit vielen Vöglen. 2008 konnte ich hier eine Menge Flamingos und einen Schwarzstorch beobachten. Weitere Panoramen finden Sie unter www.derPanoramafotograf.com

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