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izmir

IZMIR Is the third largest city in Turkey.  Izmir is situated on the seaside which has the most beautiful sunset. Smyrna has two important cultural heritage sites. Ephesus and Pergamon are on the UNESCO heritage list. to experience the extraordinary life of ancient lives this city will be the right choice. izmir tourism provides you […]

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Visit Izmir Turkey

Visit Izmir Turkey What can we visit Izmir Turkey? This table will upgrade every week if any news. Name Address Timetable Entry Fees Izmir Archeology Museum Halil Rıfat Paşa Cad. No:4 (Birleşmiş Milletler Cad-Varyant)  Konak  /  İzmir 15 April / 2 October Summer Hours: 08.00-19.00 3 October / 14 April Winter Hours: 08.00-17.00 10 TL […]

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Cesme from izmir

Known as prince throughout the Roman amount, Çeşme was the port of Erythrai, one in every of the twelve Ionian cities situated on the Aegean Coast. nowadays Ildırı (Erythrai) continues to play a vital role in archeology and business whereas throughout the seventh and eighth centuries B.C. it had been a major stockholder in political […]

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Konak Mosque

When Coming to Izmir

When coming to İzmir; Don’t forget to visit Kadifekale where is built by Alexander the Great’s dream of seeing, watching Gulf of Izmir Clock Tower at Konak Square become a symbol of Izmir without seeing, For every taste and budget in accordance with traditional Turkish handicrafts, spices, leather goods, clothing, jewelry, without which you can […]

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smyrna streets

Smyrna Street in 19th century

Smyrna Streets – İzmir Streets The streets The 1840 guide is brutal about the streets of the city: “Like all the other big cities in Turkey, this city looks beautiful from afar but doesn’t satisfy expectations when viewed up close. The city is overpopulated and the streets are narrow and dirty. In 1878, only the […]

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izmir history

The neighborhoods of İzmir

The neighborhoods of İzmir There isn’t enough info concerning the neighborhoods that were shaped when religious/ethnic segmentation: The neighborhood inhabited  by the French and Greek be the boundary and includes several outlets, warehouses, and cafes. The Armenian neighborhood is up ahead. The Turkish quarter covers the complete higher region of town and therefore the western […]

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izmir old map

Izmir in 19th Century

Izmir in 19th-century travel guides elements concerning port in guides begin with a way to get to port. The neighborhoods of port, its streets, amusement culture, antique ruins, museums and travel routes round the town area unit different data contained in 19th-century travel guides. In the nineteenth century, traveling was a privilege solely enjoyed by […]

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Arap Inn

Arap Inn

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.

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Abdurrahman Inn

Abdurrahman Inn

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 […]

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kemeraltı handicrafts

Kemeraltı Bazaar Today

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 […]

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