TuzlaDailyPhoto

City on a grain of salt. Tuzla means a place of salt and it lays on top of the salt lake. It is suspected it has been there for around 7000 years as one of the oldest places in Europe.

Friday, February 01, 2008

Theme Day February 2008 'What your city is known for?'

This is a salty well, make a wish!
Name of the city Tuzla is derived from the Turkish word Tuz, meaning salt, because we are known for its salt resources.

Have fun visiting cities around the world participating:
Portland (OR), USA - Menton, France - Monte Carlo, Monaco - Memphis (Tennessee), USA - Manila, Philippines - San Diego (CA), USA - Anderson (SC), USA - New York City (NY), USA - San Diego (CA), USA - Mexico City, Mexico - San Francisco (CA), USA - Mumbai (Maharashtra), India - Mainz, Germany - Weston (FL), USA - Minneapolis (MN), USA - Turin, Italy - Las Vegas (NV), USA - Hobart (Tasmania), Australia - Bicheno, Australia - Durban, South Africa - Joplin (MO), USA - Nashville (TN), USA - Stockholm, Sweden - Kyoto, Japan - Tokyo, Japan - Brussels, Belgium - Chicago (IL), USA - Montpellier, France - Seattle (WA), USA - Mazatlan, Mexico - Saint Paul (MN), USA - Sharon (CT), USA - Sesimbra, Portugal - Toulouse, France - Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina - Susanville (CA), USA - Maple Ridge (BC), Canada - Saint Louis (MO), USA - Prague, Czech Republic - Helsinki, Finland - Pilisvörösvár, Hungary - Lisbon, Portugal - Mexico (DF), Mexico - Trujillo, Peru - Dunedin (FL), USA - Albuquerque (NM), USA - Port Angeles (WA), USA - Cottage Grove (MN), USA - Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - London, UK - Baziège, France - Jefferson City (MO), USA - Greenville (SC), USA - Selma (AL), USA - Mumbai, India - Naples (FL), USA - Norwich (Norfolk), UK - Silver Spring (MD), USA - Setúbal, Portugal - Stayton (OR), USA - Bellefonte (PA), USA - Sofia, Bulgaria - Arradon, France - Montego Bay, Jamaica - Athens, Greece - Austin (TX), USA - Singapore, Singapore - West Sacramento (CA), USA - Jackson (MS), USA - Wassenaar (ZH), Netherlands - Budapest, Hungary - Rotterdam, Netherlands - St Malo, France - Chandler (AZ), USA - Melbourne, Australia - Port Vila, Vanuatu - Cleveland (OH), USA - Nottingham, UK - Kansas City (MO), USA - The Hague, Netherlands - Crystal Lake (IL), USA - Wrocław, Poland - Chateaubriant, France - Cheltenham, UK - Moscow, Russia - Monrovia (CA), USA - Saigon, Vietnam - Toruń, Poland - Grenoble, France - Lisbon, Portugal - New Orleans (LA), USA - Sydney, Australia - Boston (MA), USA - American Fork (UT), USA - Boston (MA), USA - Montréal (QC), Canada - Wichita (KS), USA - Radonvilliers, France - Buenos Aires, Argentina - Christchurch, New Zealand - Rabaul, Papua New Guinea - Wailea (HI), USA - Aliso Viejo (CA), USA - St Francis, South Africa - Port Elizabeth, South Africa - Seattle (WA), USA - Pasadena (CA), USA - Vienna, Austria - Orlando (FL), USA - Torun, Poland - Delta (CO), USA - Santa Fe (NM), USA - Minneapolis (MN), USA - Haninge, Sweden - Paris, France - Stavanger, Norway - Niamey, Niger - Le Guilvinec, France - Bogor, Indonesia - Saarbrücken, Germany - Auckland, New Zealand - Wellington, New Zealand - Budapest, Hungary - Juneau (AK), USA - Bucaramanga (Santander), Colombia - Glasgow, Scotland - Chicago (IL), USA - Jakarta, Indonesia - Adelaide (SA), Australia - Sydney, Australia - Riga, Latvia - Subang Jaya (Selangor), Malaysia - Terrell (TX), USA - Terrell (TX), USA - Inverness (IL), USA

20 Comments:

Blogger lynn said...

I love the combination of the clear blue sky and the old wood in this pic.

01 February, 2008 13:12  
Blogger alice said...

First, I thought you've found oil!

01 February, 2008 14:08  
Blogger ~tanty~ said...

Love the photo coz here we only see gray sky for weeks already.
Happy theme day Jazzy :)

01 February, 2008 14:22  
Blogger Ineke said...

wow, never knew that !

01 February, 2008 17:17  
Blogger Isadora said...

Looks like great weather your way. OK, here we go - I've made my wish :)

01 February, 2008 19:30  
Blogger Felicia said...

Hi Jazzy, I only know your city through your blog, so I'm glad that you showed this photo and explained!

01 February, 2008 19:36  
Blogger American Fork said...

I actually didn't know that about Tuzla! It reminds me of my neighbor to the north, Salt Lake City, Utah.

01 February, 2008 21:19  
Blogger Southern Heart said...

I didn't realize that...how interesting! and a great photo, too~

01 February, 2008 22:05  
Blogger Rambling Round said...

Salt! Very nice to know that!

01 February, 2008 22:19  
Blogger zentmrs said...

Great photo with wonderful colors! Happy Theme Day!

01 February, 2008 23:10  
Blogger Chuck Pefley said...

Salt is a good thing to be known for. Salt used to be used for money. A nice treatment of the well tower.

02 February, 2008 00:17  
Blogger Kuanyin said...

Wow....salt! Like gold in the old days...almost. Happy Theme Day from Maui, Hawaii.

02 February, 2008 01:03  
Blogger Uma por Dia said...

Always learning... :)

02 February, 2008 01:26  
Blogger Joy said...

Great shot! I like the height and the blue sky.

Happy Theme Day!

joy
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02 February, 2008 01:30  
Blogger Neva said...

I did not know this about your town. very nice.

02 February, 2008 04:44  
Blogger Ann (MobayDP) said...

I did not know that.

I love this Theme Day! I'm learning so much about so many places today :)

02 February, 2008 04:51  
Blogger Gwyn said...

Fascinating!

02 February, 2008 07:13  
Blogger sam said...

I had seen from a previous visit that your city produces salt. Is this extracted from water drawn from the wells?

We have a number of salt pans in our city where the water is evaporated to extract salt from the sea

02 February, 2008 16:52  
Blogger Kate said...

Forgive me! I didn't get around much on Theme Day but I still want to visit and send my regards. Great choice, esp since salt is so important for our diet. Sometimes very good; other times pretty bad!

03 February, 2008 15:27  
Blogger Denton said...

I would never have known. It looks like there are blechers in the forground. I wonder why?

04 February, 2008 18:10  

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