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Neighbor to the Green Stick Hammam in north and Piyaleoğlu Inn in south, Arap Inn doesn’t possess any known epitaph. It’s estimated to be constructed in the 2nd period of 19th century. Most of its architectural characteristics has disappeared today, and it is used as a trading house.Read more
Abdurrahman Inn is situated in the intersection of Kızlarağası Inn’s south and Musevit Inn’s west points. It is estimated that Abdurrahman Inn is constructed in 1802, again there are no evidences which proves that. It was designed as a rectangle, in the middle of this rectangle is the corridor and there are the shops that […]Read more
Abacıoğlu Inn which has a history of 200 years, took its shape of today with the restoration that was made at 2007. Today inside the Inn there are 18 shops consisted of restaurants, souvenir shops, leather shops and coffee shops. There are no clear proofs who constracted the inn or when or in which conditions… […]Read more
Colorful Kemaraltı Bazaar From Past To Our Day – Commerce In the 14th century, Izmir which was behind Foça, Çeşme and Kuşadası in commerce, was under the dominance of Venetians and Geneosians in trade. After these communities Izmir’s commerce passed into the hands of French, English and Italians. Slowly, Izmir was passing from town to […]Read more