Love City, İzmir
This week we will tell you about Izmir, which is the city where you should see these villages while you are going, which has both holiday places and historical centers to visit. No matter which city you are in, it is among our cities that you will not have any trouble getting transportation to Izmir and we say you should see it. Because it is a world-famous fairground and port city, it embraces different cultures. With this feature, it is suitable for different experiences.
It is the third largest city among crowded cities in Turkey. Located in the west of our country, the city also adds magic to its magic with the kindness of the people who live there. From the moment you go to Izmir, you start to feel like I'm in another land. Even though it's a big city, there are times when you can stay away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The history of Izmir dates back to the 1st century BC. Founded by Greek colonists. Founded by Greek colonists, the city was home to philosophers such as Heredotus and Aristotle. It was one of the most important trade centers of the Ottoman Empire in 1600 years. It is among the world famous trade centers in the 18th and 19th centuries.
The city is famous for its historical sites and its proximity to the resorts helps you to live in the summer. The heart of the city beats in Alsancak, Konak, Karsiyaka and Kordon. Especially the cord length is one of the most preferred places for locals and outsiders to relax, spend time together, walk and have fun.
The Clock Tower, historical elevator, Kemeraltı Bazaar, Cyprus Şehitler Caddesi, Smyrna ancient city, Inciraltı, St. Polycarp Church, Alsancak Sevgi Yolu, Kadifekale'dir. When we're walking downtown, we say don't pass until you've eaten your boyozu, your cereal, your bomb. Snap the Crocus on the beach and feel the city's differences in your bones.
Speaking of Kadifekale, there are many castles you can visit in the city. These are; Sığacık Castle, Çeşme Castle, Çandarlı Castle, Foça five gates Castle, Genoese Castle, Hisar Village (Asar) Castle, NIF Castle, Goat Castle, Selçuk (Ayasuluk) Castle. The number of castles in Izmir that we reserve a special place, history and places will fascinate you.
Famous for its castles as well as its aqueducts and bridges, there are many places worth seeing in the city. We can count the Selcuk Byzantine aqueducts at the beginning of these. These arches, which can reach 15 meters in height, reach 665 meters in length and have a total of 115 feet, have a very impressive appearance. Besides the Byzantine aqueducts of Selcuk, the aqueducts of Foca and the aqueducts of Kızılçullu are worth seeing.
In Bergama district, famous for its structures and historical ruins, we say visit the historical bridges that have survived to the present day and are still available. Three arch bridges from the Roman period, 1384 built sheep Bridge, 2 th and 3 th century BC Tabak Bridge and Tekke Strait Bridge or 15 th century later Kestel and Ulu Mosque bridges are among the places that should be included in your historical trip.
This city, which has been home to many civilizations throughout history, has managed to bring its remains to the present day. The most famous of these is the ancient city of Ephesus. This city, which we can count as one of the must-see places, manages to fascinate its visitors with its history dating back to 6000 BC. While each structure of the city is evidence of a tremendous history, there are several structures that stand out. The first of these is the Temple Of Artemis. Unfortunately, we have not managed to bring this structure, which is located in the Seven Wonders of the world, to the present day. But we can read the magic of the temple from written sources. One of the most important buildings in the city is the Celsus Library. This library is a UNESCO World Heritage site. The imposing Open-Air Theatre is one of the places to visit at Hillside houses in the city.
Seven Sleepers cave is within the ancient city of Ephesus. It is a place of great importance for both Islam and Christianity. It is said that seven people who were mentioned in Islam as companions of the Qehf slept in this cave for 309 years. Hundreds of Muslims and Christians visit the cave every year.
Another structure of religious importance in the area is the House of the Virgin Mary. It is believed that after the crucifixion of Jesus, Mary came here and spent the rest of her life with John the Apostle. The House of the Virgin Mary, which has been declared a holy place by the Vatican, has also been considered a place of pilgrimage for the Christian world. The house, where popes also perform their pilgrimage duties, has an intense interest by Christians. A great rite is held by the Vatican on August 15, which is also considered the day of Mary's death.
The ancient city of Pitane, Allianoi ancient city, Agora ruins, Pergamon Acropolis ruins, Pergamon Asklepion, Klaros ancient city, Sallacık Teos ruins are among the places to be seen from Torbalı Metropolis and other historical sites.
For those who want to have an interesting experience beyond popularity, we call it Barbaros Village. Half an hour away from Izmir Center, this village holds a Scarecrow Festival to preserve its traditions. The villagers compete in the woods between them and enjoy the joy of being together. All the railings made are on display in the village streets.Apart from this event, they have built houses that sound interesting but also enjoyable. while we're here, we say don't go back to Urla Vineyard Road without tasting wine.
Almond Village, also known as Entel village, is waiting for its guests with its unique beauties. It's called Intellectual for a lot of reasons. This village, which has its own library, museum and theatre, is also famous for its clean streets. Hıdirallez and Nowruz are celebrated with great enthusiasm.
What to do in Izmir where you start to investigate the Saip Village comes into your mix. Especially the Saip Prairie coffee in this village is underlined.Karaburun 3 km from the center of the peninsula, overlooking Foça side of the sea on the slopes of the mountain is established cute village. The history of the village where the Greeks and Muslims lived together dates back to a great deal.
We cannot finish by counting the beautiful villages of the city that have a long-established history. In another article, we will convey the villages of Izmir in a more detailed and long list. For now, let's give these as tastings and switch to resorts. There are lots of places where you can jump into the cool waters in the heat of summer, do various activities and have fun in your heart. Çeşme Alaçatı is one of the first ones to come to mind. Here you can both windsurf and paragliding. You can visit the center of Çeşme. You can swim in its unique beaches and coves. While we are here, we say don't come back without visiting Ilıca Beach.
Foça, Karaburun, Dikili, Seferihisar are among the places studied and preferred by those who want to have a calmer holiday.
The city is very rich with mosques and churches. It has a mosque and a church that cannot be counted. You can even plan a special trip just to visit their mosques and churches. The list of mosques and churches worth visiting is as follows:
* Hisar Mosque
* Hacı Mahmud Mosque
* Kemeraltı Mosque
* Şadırvan Mosque
* Hacı Osmanpaşa Mosque
* Yalı Mosque
* Salepçioğlu Mosque
* Kestanepazarı Mosque
* Hatuniye Mosque
* Alaçatı Pazaryeri Mosque
* Alaçatı Hacı Memiş Agha Mosque
* Bergama Grand Mosque
* Selcuk Isa Bey Mosque
* Hacı Huseyin (Basdurak) Mosque
* Ödemiş Karaoğlu Mosque
* Ödemiş Kılıçızade Mehmet Aga Mosque
* Foça Fatih Mosque
* St. Polycarp's Church
* Aya Haralambos Church
* St. John The Baptist Church
* Church Of Agios Konstantinos
* St. Vukolos Church and Cultural Center
* Church Of Santa Maria
* Aya Fotini Church
* Saint Helen's Catholic Church
We would like to mention the museums of Izmir, which we call a city that will not end in counting.
* Pergamon Museum
* Ephesus Archaeological Museum
* Paid Museum
* Hyphen City Museum
* Izmir Archaeological Museum
* Izmir Museum of Art and history
* Izmir Atatürk House Museum
* Ethnographic Museum
* Ismet Inönü Memorial House and Library
* Ahmet Piriştina City Archive and Museum
* Trade History Museum
* Ege University Natural History Research and Application Center
Our cities are full of flavors that you can't get enough to eat. In this article we will give you general information and in the following series of articles we will explain the individual features in detail. Where is what to eat? Which mosque is where, what is its history? We strive to provide detailed and accurate information on specific topics such as where and what activities are performed.
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