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The Kutahya Castle
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Antik dönemden itibaren yerleşmeler bulunan Kütahya Kalesi, 5. yüzyılda Bizanslıların yaptırdığı surlarla, Selçuklular, Germiyanoğulları ve Osmanlılar tarafından yapılan onarım ve eklerle güçlendirilmiştir.  İç, aşağı ve yukarı kale olmak üzere üç bölümden oluşan kalenin sıkça yerleştirilmiş burçları, moloz, kesme taş karışımı ile tuğla sıralardan oluşmaktadır. Kütahya Kalesi’nde ayrıca iki çeşme, iki mescit ve kır kahvesi bulunmaktadır.

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