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Top Things to Do in Izmir, Turkey, from a Cruise Ship - Created by Staff

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Alsancak is a centrally situated large quarter (or a zone; semt in Turkish) in İzmir, Turkey, within the boundaries of the metropolitan district of Konak, the historic center of the city.

Ephesus Archaeological Museum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Ephesus Archaeological Museum ( Turkish: Efes Müzesi) is an archaeological museum in Selçuk near İzmir, Turkey. It houses finds from the nearby Ephesus excavation site. Its best-known exhibit is the statue of Artemis retrieved from the temple of the goddess in Ephesus.

Asansör - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Asansör ( Turkish for " elevator", derived from the French word ascenseur) is a historical building in İzmir's Karataş quarter, within the boundaries of the metropolitan district of Konak.


Kemeraltı is a historical market ( bazaar) district of İzmir, Turkey. It was originally formed around the street surrounding the shallow inner bay of the city, which was filled in due course during the 17th century, availing the bazaar to be extended to a wider area.

İzmir Clock Tower - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The clock tower was designed by the Levantine French architect Raymond Charles Père and built in 1901 to commemorate the 25th anniversary of Abdülhamid II's accession to the throne (reigned 1876-1909). The clock itself was a gift from German Emperor Wilhelm II (reigned 1888-1918). It is decorated in an elaborate Ottoman architecture style.

Hisar Mosque - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hisar Mosque (Hisar Camii, meaning the "Fort Mosque") or Hisarönü Mosque (Hisarönü Camii) is a historical Mosque in İzmir, Turkey. It has been recorded to have been constructed by Aydınoğlu Yakup Bey between 1592 and 1598.

Konak, Izmir

Konak is a district of İzmir Province in Turkey. It is one of the nine districts in the Greater Metropolitan Area of İzmir, the largest in terms of population and its core urban zone occupies a central position, geographically, administratively, economically and historically, within İzmir.

Konak Pier - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The was designed by Gustave Eiffel and inaugurated in 1890 at the port of İzmir, Turkey, near Konak Square, within the boundaries of the central metropolitan district of Konak.

İzmit Clock Tower - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The İzmit Clock Tower ( Turkish: İzmit Saat Kulesi) in İzmit, Turkey is one of many clock towers that were built throughout the Ottoman Empire as a result of the decree which was sent to the provincial governors to commemorate the 25th anniversary of Sultan Abdülhamid II's ascension to the Ottoman throne.

Izmir Archeology Museum

The Izmir Archeology Museum ( Turkish: İzmir Arkeoloji Müzesi) is an archeology museum in Izmir, Turkey, containing a number of artifacts from around the Gulf of Izmir. Most of the artifacts, which include busts, statues, statuettes, tools, and various eating and cooking utensils, come from the Bronze Age, or from the Greek and Roman periods.

İzmir Art and Sculpture Museum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Established by the Turkish state in 1952 as the İzmir State Painting and Sculpture Museum, the museum was later moved from the Kültürpark to its present location on Atatürk Boulevard near the Konak pier. The small museum displays mostly 20th-century paintings and sculptures from Turkish artists, and has a substantial collection of works by Turgut Pura.


Kadifekale ( literally "the velvet castle" in Turkish ) is the name of the hill located within the urban zone of İzmir, Turkey, as well as being the name of the ancient castle on top of the same hill.

İzmir Halkapınar Sport Hall

İzmir Halkapınar Sport Hall ( Turkish: İzmir Halkapınar Spor Salonu) is an indoor multi-purpose sport venue that is located in the Halkapınar neighborhood of İzmir, Turkey. The hall has a seating capacity of 10,000 spectators. Its construction began in December 2004, and the hall was put into service in June 2005 for the games of 2005 Summer Universiade.