City Enisala - details and images
Enisala or Heracleea City is situated in the same name in Tulcea county, Dobrogea and belongs to the Genoese construction in Romania.
Enisala 2 km from the town on a limestone hill which dominates the lake and Babadag Razelm, are the ruins of medieval fortress Yen-His. The fortress is situated in a complex with numerous archaeological remains from the Neolithic to the Middle Ages and which impresses with its size and strength zidurilor.Ea was built for military, defense and surveillance of roads on water and on land.
Yen-His City, has an irregular polygonal plan, which follows the massive variation of "Jurassic limestone" which is located.
Enclosure walls, towers and bastions are partially preserved, maintained in most of a height of 5-10 m in 1991 and allowed the initiation of restoration. Attention, particularly as the architectural element, the bastion main gate, double arch, of oriental origin, commonly found in medieval and Byzantine builders used in various buildings in the Balkan Peninsula, but also in countries of the Roman Fortress of Neamt, church of St. Nicholas Lord of the Arges and Moldovan churches founded by Stefan cel Mare.
Influenced by past events, located in the beating of the winds, the city of Enisala is today a landmark in the very center of Dobrogea.
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