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Eskişehir is divided into a commercial and industrial section, situated on low ground, and a residential quarter that occupies higher ground. One of the largest industrial centres in Turkey, it produces sugar, textiles, bricks, cement, chemicals, processed meerschaum, and railway and agricultural equipment. It also has aircraft workshops and is a centre for cotton research. It is a rail junction on the lines between Istanbul and Ankara and between Istanbul and Baghdad. Eskişehir is the seat of the University of Anatolia (1958). Pop. (2000) 482,793; (2013 est.) 659,924.
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